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Cambridge^ Room' 

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Worcester Brothers, 

■cessors to WMIT1 
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[(Successors to W11ITXEY & WORCESTERS), 
DEALERS IN 




FURNITURE, 

CARPETINGS AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS, 

SHADES, DRAPERIES, &c, 

23 & 25 Brattle Square, CAMBRIDGE. 

J. H. ROBINSON & CO., 

(Formerly GREGORY & ROBIXSOX), 

IMPORTERS. JOBBERS & RETAILERS. 

FRENCH m AMERICAN 

Paper Hangings, 

406 Washington Street, 
BOSTON. 

JOHN H. ROBINSON. CHARLES H.WH1TMARSH. CHARLES W. ROBINSON, 



CHILSON'S ENTIRELY NEW AND GREATLY IMPROVED PORTARLE RANGE, 1877. 

I desire to call special attention of every housekeeper in want, or who ever expect to want a strictly first- 
class range, to the great improvements over my old pattern Range, in broiling, heating water, anti-clinker 
grate, nickel-plated trimmings, towel dryer, four extra sfielves, and extra heavy, tine, smooth castings, of rich 
and beautiful design, no place for dirt, rust or grease to lodge to keep women scrubbing, but always a clean, 
surface. This beautiful range has no equal in this country. This will be proved on examination and trial. 




I also desire to call the attention of gentlemen, in want of the most substantial and beautiful rangp for brick 
setting ever put up in any kitchen, to my ARLINGTON BRICK RANGE, which is acknowledged by all to be the 
most splendid piece of work, for a range, ever got up. Also the Chilson Brick Set Range that has ac- 
quired such a high reputation in the use of over ten thousand ranges, in giving the most perfect satisfaction. 
This range comes at less price than the Arlington, and is within the reach of all. A full line of Furnaces, 
Ranges, Stoves, etc., at the lowest market prices. Special attention given to putting up furnaces and ranges 
in any part of the country. Nothing but what is strictly first-class work is manufactured by me. 

WAREBOOMS, 99 & 101 BLACK8T0NE STREET, BOSTON. FOUNDRY AT MANSFIELD, MASS. 

GrARTJNER CHILSON. 



FURNACES, RANGES, and STOVES, 

THE LARGEST AIV» BEST STOCK I HAVE EVER HAD, WITH Alili 
THE IVEIV IMPROVEMENTS OF 1877. 





With this full line of twenty sizes of Brick and Portable Furnaces I am enabled to offer inducements to pur- 



chasers of Furnaces which cannot fail to give perfect satisfaction, both as to quality and price. Stoves, 
Grates. Reaisters. Ventilators, &c. Special attention given to putting up Furnaces and Ranges in any 
part of the country. NOTHING BUT WHAT IS STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS WORK IS MANUFAC- 
TURED BY ME. 

WAREROOMS, Nos. 99 & 101 BLACKSTONE ST., BOSTON. 

Foundry at Tluu.li. I.I. Man.. GrARDlNrER CHILSOKT. 




CUTTER & PARKER, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

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BLINDS, GLAZED WINDOWS, 

Fence Vales, Stair Balusters, Framing Fins, 

HI hid Fastenings, &c. 

Nos. 9 and 1G Charlestown Street, Boston, 

Opposite Boston & Maine Railroad Depot. 
DOORS OF EVERY QUALITY AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. 

Ben J. F. Parker. 

GOM8TOCK, GOVE & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OP 

SODA WATER, OTTAWA IR, TflUC ROOT BEER, G1ER All, 

Mineral Waters and Choice Syrnps, all Flavors, 

And Wholesale Dealers in 

A.LE, PORTER, CIDER, AND LAGER BEER, 

In Quarts, Pints, and Half Pints, for Shipping, Hotel, and Family Use. 

ACTS. FOR BOSTON AND NEW YORK FINE LAGER BEERM, 

In Hhds., Bbls., Half Bbls., Kegs, and Bottles. 

NO. 30 CANAL STREET, BOSTON. 
Soda, Ottawa Beer, Ginger Ale, and all Popular Spring Water, in Syphons & Fountains. 

MOSES FAIRBANKS & CO., 

Manufacturers of 

BELFAST GINGER ALE, 

Soda, Mineral Water, 

General Agents and Sole Bottlers of the Celebrated 

VIENNA. LAGEE BEER. 

Also for sale in Bbls., Half-bbls., and Kegs. 

SYRUPS 3c T03STIO BEER. 

Also, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Ale, Porter, Cider, and Lager Beer. 

In Bottles, Barrels, Half-barrels, and Kegs, 
for Family Use. 

Howard Athenaeum Building, 

HOWARD STREET, 
BOSTON, MASS. 

MosBS Fairbanks. Levi Fairbanks. 

Otis S. Nkale. 




JWSVRAWCET 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

AND GENERAL INSURANCE BROKER, 

No. 5 Pleasant Place, CAMBRIDGEPORT. No. 28 School Street, Room 8, BOSTON. 
FIRE .A.2ST1D aVLJ^atLTJsTI^ RISKS 

Placed in any Company represented in Massachusetts. Information cheerfully given on 
any matter of Insurance, and personal attention in any part of Boston or vicinity. 



39 Court Street, Room No. 1, BOSTON, 
ASSETS, $450,000. 

Insurance of Dwellings and Household Furniture only, 

AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE OR LIGHTNING. 

CASH DIVIDENDS TO POLICY-HOLDERS. 

CHAS. B. CUMINGS, Pres't. JOHN M. CORBETT, Sec'y. 

CHAS. W. SEVER, Agent, 464 Harvard St., . CAMBRIDGE. 

NORTH END SAVINGS BANK, 

3MO- S"7 Court Street, 

BOSTON. 



Dividends, First January and First July. 



BOARD OF OFFICERS, 1877-8. 

President, THOMAS L. ,TENKS. 



VICE-PRESIDENTS. 



HENRY C. BROOKS, 
ELI AS HASKET DERBY, 

Treasurer. 
GEORGE C. TRUMBULL. 



John L. Alexander, 
Frederic Balch, 
J as. W. Brown, 
William C. Burgess 
Samuel A.Carlton, 
Dennis F. Flagg, 
David W. Foster, 
Adino B. Hall, 
Dana Holden, 



TRUSTEES. 

Jabez F. Hewes, 
William A. Holmes, 
William P. Howard, 
William F. Joy, 
Samuel P. Langmaid, 
Increase E. Noyes 
Francis Raynes, 
Charles B. Rice, 
Joseph R. Richards, 



LUCIUS SLADE, 
CLINTON VILES. 

Clerk . 
WM. C. WILLIAMSON. 



William Robinson, 
Nathaniel J. Rust. 
C. J. F. Sherman, 
Hiram D. Smith, 
Wm. E. Smith, 
Adoniram J. Taylor, 
Charles E. Wiggin, 
Aaron R. Willey, 
Chas. Levi Woodbury. 



CHAS. W. SEVER, 



BOOKSELLERISTATIONER. 

Subscriptions taken for all Magazines and Periodicals. 

NOTE PAPER AND ENVELOPES. 

Choice selection of Pocket Cutlery, Pocket Books, Play- 
ing Cards, Water Colors, Drawing Materials, Gold 
and Steel Pens, Inks and Inkstands, 
Blank Books, Etc., Etc. 

SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDS. 



CAMBRIDGE CIRCULATING LIBRARY, 

Containing New and Standard Books and Magazines. 

University Bookstore, Harvard Square. 



GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT. 

Eisks placed in any desirable Company at Current Rates, 

SPECIAL AGENT FOR CAMBRIDGE OF THE FOLLOWING : 

ROYAL INS I RA NCE COMPANY Assets, $18,000,000 

NORTHERN INS URANCE COMPAN Y " 27*000,000 

E I \A INSURANCE COMPANY " 6,000,000 

PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford. " 'i,000,000 

PENNSYLVANIA I SSU RANGE COMPANY " 1,500.000 

CITIZENS MUTUAL INSURANCE CO •< 275,000 

MASSACHUSETTS Ml TUAL INS. CO " 450,000 

IMPERIAL INSURANCE CO •■ 13,000,000 

LIVERPOOL A LONDON A GLOBE ** 27,000,000 

Kit VAL CANADIAN I N8URANCE CO *' 500,000 

P 1 1 i: V IX EH S URANCE CO., of Brooklyn " 2,000,000 

CONN EC IK IT I A N I RANCE CO " 1 ,000,000 

MERCHANTS AND EARMERS INS. CO " 250,000 



GREENOUGH'S 



CHEIDGE DIRECTORY 



IFOIR, 1878. 

ooHTAnrare 

A GENERAL DIRECTORY OF THE RESIDENTS, 

CITY AND COUNTY REGISTER, BUSINESS 

DIRECTORY, A MAP, ETC., ETC. 

No. XJCVII. 







BOSTON: 

COMPILED AND PUBLISHED BY 

GREENOUGH& CO., 

22 SCHOOL STREET. 
1878. 



FOR SALE BY 



CHAS. W. SEVER, UniTersity Bookstore, CA1TIBRIDGE, and 

EDGAR F. HUNT, Bookseller and Stationer, 575 Main 

Street, CAJIRRIDGEl'ORT. 



PUICS, ----- $2. SO. 

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1878, by TV. A. Gbeexough, 
in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



FULLER & "WATEISS, 
Hard\?eare. 

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£h2 



HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 

605 Main Street, . . . -CAM BRIDGEPORT. 

AGENTS FOR 

PERRY'S BELMONT and BRUNSWICK RANGES. 
Also, Walker & Pratt's New Franconia Range. 

Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co., 

POST OFFICE SQUARE, 
Corner Milk and Congress Streets, Boston, Mass. 



CAPITAL, 



$400 3 000. 



SAFES TO RENT, 

And Securities and Valuables stored for Safe Keeping in 

FIRE and BURGLAR-PROOF VAULTS. 

RENT OF SAFES, $10 TO $150 A YEAR. 

By special Act, this Company is authorized to receive Moneys and Property in trust or 
on deposit from the Courts, and from Executors, Administrators, Assignees, Guardians, 
Trustees, Corporations, and Individuals. 

INTEREST ALLOWED ON MONEY DEPOSITS. 

OFFICERS : 
President, FREDERICK M. STONE. 

Vice-Presidents, FREDERIC W. LINCOLN, THOMAS TALROT, SAMUEL C. CORR. 

Directors.— Charles F. Adams, jr., George W. Bond. Nathaniel J. Bradlee, Benjamin 
F. Brooks, John Cummings, Oliver Ditson, Richard S. Fay, Francis M. Johnson, Jas. 
Longley, William Mixter, John Felt Osgood, Royal M. Fulsifer, William E. Putnam, M. 
Denman Ross, David N. Skillings, Benjamin F. Stevens. 

Manager Safe Deposit Department, EDWARD P. ROND. Treasurer, FRANK C. MILES. 



INTRODUCTORY. 



The Cambridge Directory for 1878 has been prepared 
with the utmost care, and we feel confident it will give 
satisfaction to the large number of individuals who have 
occasion to refer to its pages. 

The business men »of Cambridge have always taken 
much interest to have the Directory issued in a manner 
creditable to themselves and the city, but since the de- 
pression in business the patronage has not kept pace with 
the expense of publishing, therefore we are compelled to 
remind many of the business men of Cambridge, who 
have not patronized us, that in order to keep up the 
standard of the Directory, they must favor us with their 
cards for insertion in our pages. 

A new map of Cambridge, with each ward beautifully 
colored, has been prepared for the Directory this year a't 
considerable expense, and we hope our patrons will ap- 
preciate our endeavors to please them in this respect. 
Single copies of the map can be found on sale, in covers 
for pocket use, at C. W. Sever's and Edgar F. Hunt & 
Co.'s bookstores. 

Respectfully, 

GREENOUGH & CO., 

Editors and Publishers. 
Boston, Jan. 1, 1878. 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



H. BIRD cfc CO., 

(JE/iEI{J{L l/iSUI\J{flCE J{qE/IITS, 

INSURANCE CAPITAL REPRESENTED, $75,000,000. 

559 MAIN STREET, CAMBRIDGEPORT, 

AND 

53 DEVONSHIRE STREETj BOSTON. 

GEORGE G. WRIGHT, 

DEALEB IX 

FLOUR, MEAL, 

mar * mam, 

86 Mount Auburn Street, 
CAMBRIDGE. 

New England Homoeopathic Pharmacy. 



OTIS CLAPP &o SOU, 

NO. 3 ALBION BUILDING, BEACON ST., BOSTON. 
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers in 

HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINES, 

Boohs, Family Cases, Vials, Corks, and all other articles in the Som- 
atopathic Line. Veterinary Books and Cases for Stable Use. 

Also, Publishers and Dealers in Tachygraphic and Phonographic Works. Send 

for Catalogue. 



CONTENTS 



fact 

Abbreviations 33 

Advertising Department follows 512 

Banks 451, 490, 491 

Bridges 30 

Business Directory 449 

Business Directory of Patrons in other Cities 505 

Calendar 15 

Cambridge Water Board 482 

Cemeteries 3d 

Churches 486 

City Government 481 

College Buildings, etc 28 

Corporations 492 

County Officers and Courts 503 

Episcopal Theological School 503 

Fire Alarm Telegraph 483 

Fire Department 483 

General Directory 33 

Grand Army of the Republic 496 

Halls, Buildings, Blocks, etc 27 

Harvard College 502 

Harugari 496 

Index to Advertisements 10, 12 

Insurance Company 489 

Introductory 7 

Justices of the Peace 504 

Knights of Honor 495 

Knights of Pythias. 495 

Location of Signal Boxes 483 

Map opp. title page 

Masonic 493 

Military Organizations 496 

Odd Fellows 494 

Police Department 482 

Post Offices 503 

Railroad Stations 502 

Savings Banks 475, 490 

Schools 484 

Societies 499 

Sovereigns of Industry 497 

Streets, Courts, Avenues, etc 17 

Temperance Organizations 497 

Ward Boundaries 30 

Wharves 29 

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INDEX. 



INDEX TO CAMBRIDGE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE 

Abbott Ezra, building mover front 32 

Albee Sumner, lawyer 'i3 

Alger Edwin A., lawyer 22 

Baumeister A., plumber 4 

Bent George C , lawyer 25 

Bent George H .. coal and wood — fr. cover 

Bertsch William, marble worker 7 

Bird Henry M., Broadway Iron Foundry 30 

Bird H. & Co., ins. agents opp. contents 

Blake Edwin H., grocer 9 

Blevins John J., slater 7 

Broadway Iron Foundry, Henry M. Bird, 

proprietor 30 

Burnett & Brown, machine blacksmiths 7 

Burnham L. G. & Co., coal 16 

Burrage Brothers, lumber 8 

Cahill John, lawyer 24 

Cambridge Chronicle, Linn B. Porter, 

proprietor 11 

Cambridge Mutual Fire Ins. Co... .opp. 224 

Cambridge National Bank 491 

Cambridge Press, James Cox, prop 10 

Cambridge Savings Bank 490 

Cambridgeport Diary Co back colored 

Campbell Bros. & Co., boilermakers 5 

Carroll J. H., sewing machines 1 

Ca*s F. G ., milk dealer opp. inside bk. cover 
Charles River National Bank of Cam- 
bridge 491 

Clark P. T. & Co., coal and wood bk. cover 
Cofran S. M., brick manufacturer. front 11 

Cogan Edmund J. , carpenter 3 

Conway James, tailor 14 

Cox James, prop. Cambridge Press 10 

Cummings, Kenney & Co., hardwood 

lumber ' 10 

Cyr Narcisse, private school 4 

Davis Charles, granite 14 

Davis Hervey, grain, meal, etc 17 

Davis Curtis & Co., soap manufacturers 

insert opp. calendar 

Davis James C. & Son, soap mnfrs 21 

Day Marcellus & Co., drain pipe, 

over calendar 

Devane J. H., sewing machines 5 

Dodge J. H., provisions 3 

Doe & Hunnewell, furniture manufac- 
turers ..front cover 

Dolloff B. W. & Co., produce 7 

Donnelly J. H. S., dry goods , 9 

Dudl y S. H., lawyer 22 

East Cambridge and Boston Coach Line 16 
Ellis S. L. Mrs. & Co., millinery, etc. . .. 2 

Emery Woodward, lawyer 22 

Farnum's Cambridgeport and City Ex- 
press 27 

Farwell Bertram H., florist 11 

First National Bank of Cambridge 491 

Fitzpatrick & Furf ey, planing 3 

Ford John & Son, printers, 

under back title and 32 

Fox Jabez, lawyer ... 25 

Fuller & Watriss, hardware, etc., 

opposite introductory 

Fuller & Whitney, civil engineers 20 

Gale & Wood, lumber front cover 

Gaylord'E. D., dentist 19 



PAGB 

Geddes Wm. E., show card painter 31 

Geldowsky F., furniture manufacturer, 

insert opp. front 14 

Gilcreas D. A., carpenter 7 

Gooch J. G. & N. G., lumber dealers. . . 4 
Gore David & Son, pavers and contrac- 
tors 13 

Grose William, provisions 8 

Hale Edwin B., lawyer 22 

Hale, Teele & Bisbee, soap mnfrs 21 

Hastings W. B. & Co., insurance agents, 

opposite streets, front 16 

Hawkes Levi & Co., plumbers 9 

Hayes William A., jr., lawyer 25 

Hews A. H. & Co., earthenware, .fr. cover 

Holt W. B., painter and glazier 14 

Holt & Bugbee, foreign and domestic 

woods 18 

Hovpy & Co., florists 12 

Howe A. M . , lawyer 23 

Hubbard Lucius L., lawyer 25 

Hunt Edgar F. & Co.. booksellers, .opp. 225 

Ingalls Orrin, watchmaker 10 

Ingham Henry, physician 15 

Ivers W. Mrs., millinery 8 

Ivers & Tucker, carriage repairers 15 

Jansson C. A., picture frames 11 

Jewell William E., lawyer 24 

Johnson J. W.. stoves 1 

Jones C. L. & Co., soap and candles. ... 21 

Kel<<ey Bros. & Co.. furniture 17 

Kemp Lysander & Sons, soap mnfrs 21 

Kendall & Roberts, steam boiler manu- 
facturers 14 

Kennedy Frank A., cracker baker, 

outside back cover 
Kimball William, merchant tailor. . , . . . 9 

Lechmere National Bank 490 

Lewis F. H. & Co., coal and wood 1 

Lock George, plasterer front 32 

Lockhart Wm. L.. undertaker 5 

Lombard H. E., printer opp. 144 

Mack P. F., carriage painter 5 

Malley Edward B., lawyer 30 

Marsden James, grocer 3 

Martin William H., lawyer back cover 

Mason W. A. & Son, engineers and sur- 
veyors 2 

Mclntire Charles J., counsellor at law.. . 24 

McVay J., earthenware manufr 18 

Moulton & Sadler, clocks 10 

Muzzey Henry W., lawyer 22 

National City Bank of Cambridge 490 

Norris Albert & Co., carpenters 4 

O'Brien P. & Son, florists, 

back of book, over title 

Parker Artemas, granite 8 

Parker Horatio G., lawyer 23 

Parsons C. A., fish and oysters 13 

Porter Linn B., proprietor Cambridge 

Chronicle 11 

Ravmond G. A., dentist 13 

Reardon Wm. H., plumber front cover 

Redding's Russia Salve front 11 

Reed G. S., dentist 19 

Rhoades Silas & Son, planing and 
moulding mill opp. 226 



IKDEX. 



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PAGE 

Richardson ¥m, T., coal and wood. 

back cover 

Ricker Geo. F. & Co., bedding front 32 

Rowe Hugh, stone contractor 4 

Rowe K. B. ( express insert opp. p. 274 

Russell C. T. & T. H., lawyers 23 

Sanborn A. C. & Co., granite dealers 15 

Sawin's Cambridge and Boston Express 27 
Sawyer Charles A., painter and glazier 1 

Sawyer E. D. & Co., lumber 17 

Sawyer Howard M. f oil clothing 7 

Sawyer J. 8., gravel roofing. . . front cover 

Sears A nthony P., tailor 16 

Sever Charles W., publisher . .. opp. title 
Shaw & Applin, furniture manufactur- 
ers insert opp. front 14 

Skoog Axel & Co., carpenters 3 

Smart D. C, ladders, door steps, etc., 

insert opp. front 14 
Squire John P. & Co., pork, lard, and 

hams 6 

Stearns A W., carpenter 5 

Stevens T. J., auctioneer 3 

Stiles John C.,E. Cambridge and Bos- 
ton Coach Line 16 



PAGE 

Stone Philip S., lawyer 25 

Swett M. H., lawyer 25 

Thayer J. H. & J. P. & Co.. painters. ... 16 
Thurston, Uall & Co., cracker bakers . . 6 
Warren George K., photographer, 

back cover 

"Webster T. B., carpenter 10 

Weitze Robert, sausages front 32 

Wellington A. C, wood and coal 

front cover 
Wellington Horatio & Co. coal & wood, 

back cover 

Wells Henry J., lawyer 25 

White E. Y., dentist opp. 225 

White M. P., lawyer 25 

Whitney & Coggina, dentists 19 

Wood Alfred, grocer 2 

Woodbury & Co., planing mill 12 

Woodward James H., furniture 12 

Worcester Brothers, furniture and car- 

petings opp. inside front cover 

Wright Geo. G., flour, etc. . . .opp. contents 
Wyman J. Henry, coal and wood 15 




BRICK MANUFACTURER, 

Brick, Yard, Concord Av., near Walden Street, CAMBRIDGE. 

Residence, 70 Concord Av., near Catholic Church. All orders attended to with prompt- 
ness and dispatch. The past testifies to the superior quality of my Brick. 

Order Box, Mechanics Exchange, 35 Hawley St., BOSTON. 
(Established 1806.) 

TTOTEQTJjSLXjIjIEI*. 

REDDIIMC'S RUSSIA SALVE, 

For Flesh. Wounds, etc. 

FOB, SALE BY MEDICINE DEALERS EVERYWHERE. 

GEO. €. GOODWIN & CO., BOSTON, Wholesale Selling Agents. 



M. CUMMISKEY, 



9 &Z>£iS *&£&*&>» 

58 Merrimac Street, corner Chardon, Boston 

REPAIRING DONE AT SHORT NOTICE. 



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INDEX. 



INDEX TO BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE. 

Adams F. S., carpet cleaning 31 

Albee Sumner, lawyer 23 

Atwood D. & Co., oysters 29 1 

Bacon Robert, shirt, collar, and cuff 

manufacturer 18 

Bent Geo. C, lawyer 26 

Berkshire Life Ins. Co., Foss & Hall, 

agents* front cover 

Bird H. & Co., insurance agents, 

opp. contents 
Black J. W. & Co., photographers, 

back colored 
Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co., 

opp. introductory 

Brett's Eureka Salve opp. calendar 

Brown H. A., auctioneer on the map 

Brown W. F. & Co., printers 26 

Brown & Alger, lawyer*. 22 

Brown & Swett, lawyers 25 

Burnett & Brown, machine blacksmiths. 7 

Burnham L. G. & Co., coal 16 

Cambridgeport Diary Co back colored 

Cahill John, lawyer 24 

Chapman James W.. justice of the 

peace, notary public, &c 24 

Chilson Gardner, stoves, furnaces, etc., 

front colored 
Chubbuck Levi, stoves and furnaces, 

inside front cover 

Clapp David & Son, printers 26 

Clapp Otis & Son, homoeopathic books 

and medicines opp. contents 

Cofran S. M., brick manufacturer, .front 11 
Comey C. H., insurance agent. . .front col'd 
Comstock, Gove & Co., soda and min- 
eral water front colored 

Corse & Woodbury, paper bangings. &c, 

foot lines on business directory 
Cummings, Kenney & Co., hardwood 

lumber 10 

Cummiskey M., boots and shoes,, .front 11 
Cutter & Parker, doors, sashes, and 

blinds front colored 

Cyr Narcisse, French school 4 

Davis Charles, granite 14 

Davis Curtis & Co., soap manufacturers, 

insert opp. calendar 

Davis James C. & Son, soap mnfrs 21 

Day Marcellus & Co., drain pipe, 

over calendar 
Doane & Greenough, stationers.. back cover 
Dobson John & James, carpet mnfrs., 

back cover 
Doe & Hunnewell, furniture mnfrs., 

front cover 

Dolloff B. W. & Co., provisions 7 

Dudley Sanford H., lawyer 22 

Dyer, Taylor & Co., hats, cape, and 

furs on map 

East Cambridge and Boston Coach Line, 

John C. Stiles, agent 16 

Eayrs W. N., private school 19 

Emery "Woodward, lawyer 22 

Fairbanks Moses & Co., soda, mineral 

water, etc front colored 

Falls of Schuylkill Carpet Mills.. back cover 
Farnum's Cambridgeport and City Ex- 
press 27 

Foss & Hall, agents The Berkshire Life 
Insurance Co., of Pittsfield. . front cover 



PAGE 

Foster's Nerve Ointment 512 

Fox Jabezr, lawyer 25 

Fuller Seth W., bell hanger back cover 

Fuller & Whitney, civil engineers and 

surveyors 20 

Gaylord E. D., dentist 19 

Gore David & Son, pavers and contrac- 
tors 13 

Gove & Ward, provisions front 11 

Greenough & Co., publishers 448 

Hale Edwin B., lawyer 22 

Hale, Teole & Bisbee, soap mnfrs 21 

Hanson R. H. & H. A., provisions 29 

Hardy A. N., photographer front cover 

Harrington John & Clark, marble and 

granite workers insert opp. p. 468 

Hastings W. B. & Co., insurance agents, 

opp. streets, p. 16 front 

Hawthorne & Tucker, plumbers 31 

Hayes Alex. L., solicitor of patents 20 

Hayes Win. A., jr., lawyer 25 

Hilton J. F., mutton, lamb, etc, 29 

Holt & Bugbee, foreign and domestic 

woods 18 

Hovey & Co., florists and seedsmen 12 

Howe Archibald M., lawyer 23 

Hubbard Lucius L., lawyer 25 

Jewell Wm. E., lawyer 24 

Jones C. L. & Co., soap mnfrs 21 

Kincaid Frank G., provisions 29- 

Latham J. & Co., chromos 20 

Learned Isaac M. & Co., restaurant, 

back colored 
Lincoln & Hopkineon. wooden ware. ... 28 
Lovejoy J. & Sons, carpetiDgs, 

insert opp. 274 

Macdonald & Sons, bookbinders 27 

Mage9 Furnace Co iDsert opp. 274 

Marston & Cunio, dining room,. .back col'd 
Martin James & Son, sailmakers, 

insert opp. 275 

Martin Wm. H., lawyer back cover 

Martin W. A., hardware .. 28 

Mason & Hamlin Organ Co. . .back colored 
Massachusetts Mutual Insurance Co., 

front colored 

Mclntire Charles J., lawyer 24 

Mercantile Savings Institution on map 

Meyer Chas. E. & Co., picture frames, 

etc opp. inside back cover 

Murdock Parlor Grate Co., parlor grates, 

on map 
Murray W. H. H., editor Golden Rule, 

inside back cover 

Muzzey Henry W., lawyer 22 

New England Conservatory of Music, 

back colored 

Norris Geo. W., pianos and organs 30 

North Chas. H. & Co., provisions 29 

North End Savings Bank front colored 

Page P. C, butter, cheese and eggs 29 

Palmer, Bachelder & Co., watches, dia- 
monds inside back cover 

Parker Artemas, granite 8 

Parker Horatio G., lawyer 23 

Parker & Gannett, agricultural ware- 
house and seedstore insert opp. 469 

Perry Herbert L., real estate.,, .back cover 
Rankin & Dale, gold and silver platers. . 30 
Read Wm. & Sons, guns and pistols 28 



INDEX. 



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PAGE 

Reckling's Russia Salve front 11 

Reed G. 8., dentist 19 

Richardson & Hale, lawyers 22 

Roberts W. A., marble and granite 

worker front 13 

Robinson A., provisions 29 

Robinson J. H. & Co., paper hangings, 

opp. inside front cover 

Robinson J. R., steam engineer 20 

Roby D. & Co., wood and coal 18 

Rowe R. B., express insert opp. 274 

Russ TV. H., bookbinder 27 

Russell C. T. & T. H., lawyers 23 

Sanborn A. C. & Co., granite 15 

Sawin's Cambridge and Boston Express.. 27 
Shaw & Applin, furniture manufactur- 
ers insert opp. front 14 

Slocomb O. J., hat mnfr back cover 

Spencer A. H., solicitor of patents 20 

Squire John P. & Co., pork, lard, and 

hams 6 

Stiles John C, agent East Cambridge 

and Boston Coach Line 16 

Stone Thilip S., lawyer 25 



PAGE 

The American Grand Square Piano Co., 

G. TV. Norris, president 30 

The Golden Rule, TV. H. H. Murray, 

editor inside back cover 

The Walworth Manufacturing Co., gas 

and steam pipe 30 

Union Carpet Beating Co., F. S. Adams, 

proprietor 31 

Warren Geo. K. , photographer. . back cover 

Warren M. C. & Co., hardware 28 

Warren R., millinery.. .insert opp. calendar 

Warren S. D. & Co., printing paper 26 

Wellington A. C, coal front cover 

Wellington Horatio & Co., wood and 

coal back cover 

Wells Henry J. , lawyer 25 

White M. P., lawyer 25 

Whitney & Coggins, dentists 19 

Wilcox David & Co., hat manufacturers. 30 

Wilson Wm. J., bookbinder 27 

Winnett J. & Co.. real estate agents, 

Lack cover 

Wright Albert J., printer 26 

Wyman J. Henry, coal and wood 16 



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Tablets. 

Also, all kinds of 

SO^P STONE, 

127 <& 132 PORTLAND STREET, 
9, 11, 13 & 15 TRAYERS ST., 

BOSTON. 

Also, American Granite Monu- 
ments made to order. 

Sole Agent for New Brunswick 
Red Granite Co., Burpee's Quarry, 
St. George and St. John. 




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ADVERTISEMENT. 



EUREKA SALVE! 

PURELY VEGETABLE. 



This remarkable cleansing and healing agent having been used by the dis- 
coverer and his family, employes, friends, and neighbors for many years, in 
numberless cases, with the most satisfactory results, we feel the utmost confi- 
dence in offering it to the public, (which we do by the earnest solicitations of 
those who have used it), for the immediate Relief and Permanent Cure 
of Burns, Scalds, Bruises, Cuts, CATARRH, Felons, Corns, Frozen 
Hands and Feet, Chilblains, Old Sores, Sore Throats, Diptheria, 
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also, Pains in the Back, Side, and Breast, Numbness of Limbs, Cold 
Feet, Chapped Hands, Sore Eyes, Varicose Veins, Sore Lips, and 
Ulcers. It produces circulation, and prevents and removes inflammation, 
and stagnation of fluids, and maturation in sores, which is the cause of pain 
and soreness; and also prevents mortification from setting in, if applied in 
season, used freely, and renewed often. 

ffi^° See Directions for use with Box. 



REFERENCES BY PERCUSSION. 



Mrs.T. K. Homer, 659 Treniont street. * 
Mrs. A. J. Abbott. 69 Myrtle street. 
Mrs. J. T. Pre-cott, 45Leverett street. 

B. K. Swift, 75 Dover street. 

C. Seabury, 95 Court street. 
Mrs. Cash, 22 Willard place. 
Mrs. Ricker, 14 Lyman stieet. 
C. R. Smith, 19 Broad street. 

Mrs. Bartlett, 48 Montgomery street. 

Mrs. Joslyn, 684 Tremont street. 

G. H. Floyd, 24 Tremont row. 

Mrs. Latimer, 12 Milford street. 

Mrs. Purington, 44 Chandler street. 

Mrs. Alley, 107 Chandler street. 

Mrs. Burnham, 104 Dartmouth street. 

Mrs. Parker, 41 Warren avenue. 

Mrs. Howe, 184 Tremont street. 

Mrs. Curley, 30 Woodward st., So. Boston. 

Mary Ewing, 28 Jenkins street. 

Robert Barnum, E sireet. 

Mrs. Wentworth, 18 Oakland, Brighton. 

F. Haven, 689 Washington street. 

Mrs. M. A. French. 70 Harrison avenue 

E. M. Moore, 235 Washington street. 

SOMERVILLE. 

Mrs. Ingalls, cor. School and Berkeley sts. 
Mr. Locke, 51 Springfield street. 
Mrs. E. T. Peterson, 17 Concord avenue 
Mrs. Caleb Page, Webster av., Union sq. 



CAMBRIDGE. 

Mrs. W. H. Hidden, 259 Harvard street. 

Mrs. I. L. Smith, 27 Pleasaut street. 

E. H. George, 375 Cambridge street. 

Mrs. C. P. Smith, 5 Williams street. 

Fanny Merriam, 369 Cambridge street. 

Mrs. J. Stevens, 270 Harvard street. 

J. H. Orne, drugsjist. 493 Main street. 

H. S. Andros, 641 Main street. 

Cuarles Stephens, Cottage street. 

Mrs. Britton, 89 Spring st., E. Cambridge. 

Mrs. Melville, 1 Sixth street. 

Mrs. Woodward, 5 Sixth street. 

Mrs. R. R. Hudson, 82 Inman street. 

Mr. Dolloff, 143 Otis street. 

Mrs. J. L. Smith, 5 S impson place. 

CHARLESTOWN. 

S. Armstrong, 27 Pleasant street. 
Mrs. M. D. Haskell, 109 High street. 
Mrs. Henry M. Norrv, 38 Adams street 
Mr. Hislett, 244 Bunker Hill street. 
Miss L. A. Adams, 38 Adams street. 
N. E. Gibson, 61 Baldwin street. 
Mrs. Randall, 78 Baldwin street. 
Mr. Davol, 10 Main street, druggist. 
Mr. Scott, 14 Prospect srreet. 
Mr. Greenough, 13 Baldwin street. 
Geo. A. Fitch, R. R. office, Cincinnati, O. 

NEW TORK. 

D. S. Thomas, the celebrated Aeronaut. 



Orders filled at wholesale and retail, at 247 Washington Street, Boston, room 
3, hy S. G. BRETT. Also, at 22 School Street, Boston, room 7, by GliEEN- 
OUGH & CO. 

ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT. 




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SHAW & APPLIN, 

Manufacturers and wholesale dealers in 



Fine and Meflinm Parlor Furniture, 

SOFAS, LOUNGES, CHAIRS, &c. 

Church and Lodge Furniture 

MADE TO ORDER. 

Salesrooms, 27 Sudbury, and 69 and 71 Portland Streets. 

FACTORY, BRIDGE ST., EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

FIRST CLASS 
"^TCTfciolesaJ.o Prices. 



Announces to the public that he is now retailing a full line of 

First Quality Furniture 

AT HIS FACTORY ON 

Otis Street (between First and Second), 

EAST CAMBRIDGE, 

Where he can. sell LOWER than Boston Mouses, as his warerooms are 

connected with his factory, his business concentrated, and 

his expenses less. 



-MANUFACTURER Of- 



CLOTHES DRYERS, 

Rubber and Plain Door Stops of every Variety. 

Stair Balusters of all kinds, Mantel and Clock Shelves, Frame Fins, 

Steps, Ladders, and Clothes Fosts, Snow Shovels, Stair Fins, 

and Ladder Hooks. 

382 Main Street, . . CAMBRIDGEPORT. 



CURTIS DAVIS. ESTABLISHED 1835. JAS. MELLEN, JR. 

CURTIS DAVIS & CO., 

TANDARD SOAPS. 




Extra,Gold Dust, Peerless, Roman. 

21 MERCHANTS ROW, 
BOSTON, MASS. 

Manufactory, 138, 190, 192 & 194 Broadway, Cambridgsport, Mass. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



MILLINERY, 

496 Washington Street, BOSTON, MASS. 




(Successors to Day, Collins & Co.), 

DRAIN PIPE. WEIL TUBING, CHIMNEY PIPE AND TOPS, 



!INT VASES, ETG- 
CONTRACTORS FOR LAYING SEWERS AND DRAINS. 

&&vtiQ{&l®v attectttara t© 6C©u§© Brattts and G©8§p@©!§. 

Office, Junction Main St. and Broadway, Cambridgeport. 

40 BROMFIELD STREET, BOSTON. 



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W. B. HASTINGS & CO., 

GENERAL 



89 Cambridge St., E. Cambridge, 

7 Exchanged, BOSTON, and Hill Bldg, Union Sq„ SOMERVILLE. 

4 

AGENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES. 

ASSETS. 

NO. BRIT. & MERCANTILE, of Lond. & Ecl'gh, $13,000,000 
LANCASHIRE, of Manchester, Eng., .... 10,000,000 
QUEEN INS. CO., of Liverpool & London, Eng., . 10,000,000 
SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL, of Glasgow, Scot'd, . 750,000 

COMMERCIAL UNION, of London, 10,000,000 

INS. CO. OF NO. AMERICA, of Phila., . . . 6,500,000 

FRANKLIN, of Philadelphia, 4,000,000 

FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phila., 4,000,000 

HOME INS. CO., of New York, 6,000,000 

FANEUIL HALL, of Boston, 525,000 

SPRINGFIELD, of Springfield, 1,300,000 

COMMONWEALTH, of Boston, 600,000 

REVERE, of Boston, 275,000 

ST. PAUL, of Saint Paul, Minnesota, 1,000,000 

TRADERS, of Chicago, 800,000 

HOLYOKE MUTUAL, of Salem, 450,000 

MERRIMAC MUTUAL, of Andover, 162,000 

TRADERS AND MECHANICS, of Lowell, . . 260,000 

FIRST NATIONAL, of Worcester, 322,000 

CITIZENS MUTUAL, of Boston, 290,000 

HANOVER, of New York, 1,579,000 

♦ 

Risks placed in any first-class Company. All Losses 
promptly adjusted. Particular attention paid to Insurance 
on property located in Boston and vicinity. Orders sent 
by mail promptly attended to. 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 17 

STREETS, COURTS^ AVENUES, ETC. 

Acacia, from 13 Ash to Hawthorne 

Albro, from Western avenue to Blackstone 

Allen, from 178 North avenue to 8 Orchard 

Allston, from 114 Magazine to Waverly, east to Fort 

Washington 
Allston court, from 100 Allston 
Amory, from 329 Broadway to 190 Hampshire 
Amory place, from 11 Amory, west 
Andrew, from Fairmont to Somerset 

Antrim, from 353 Broadway to 532 Cambridge, Inman sq. 
Appian-way, from 63 Brattle to 3 Garden 
Appleton, from 155 Brattle to Concord avenue 
Arlington, from 131 North avenue to Washington avenue 
Arrow, from 866 Main to 13 Bow 
Ash, from 84 Brattle, south to the Charles river 
Ashburton place, from 26 Essex 
Ash street place, from 12 Ash, east 
Athens, from 22 Mount Auburn, south 
Atlantic avenue, from Main, opposite Portland, to Fort 

Washington 
Auburn, from 20 Western avenue to Sidney 
Auburn court changed to Salem 
Austin, from 439 Main to 10 Inman 
Austin place, from 86 Austin, south 
Avon, from 25 Shepard to 40 Linnaean 
Avon Hill street, continuation of Avon 
Avon place, from Avon Hill, near Linnaean 
Baldwin, from 661 Cambridge to 78 Kirkland 
Baldwin court, from 26 Baldwin, east 
Baldwin's court, from 97 Main, Lower Port 
Baldwin place, changed to Emmons place 
Ballord place, from 94 Putnam avenue 
Banks, from 10 Mount Auburn to Western avenue 
Bath, from 158 Mount Auburn, south 
Bay, from 776 Main to 288 Kinnaird [erville line 

Beacon, from Cambridge, at Inman square, west, to Som- 
Beaver, from 10 Cowperthwaite to 19 Flagg 
Beck's park, Harvard, junction Main 
Bedford, from 13 Porter to Somerville line 
Beech, from 188 North avenue to Somerville line 
Bell, from Allston to Hamilton, bet. Sydney and Waverly 
Belmont, from 321 North avenue to Jackson 
Bennet, from Murray, west 
Bent, from Third to Ninth 
Berkeley, from 9 Phillips place to 4 Craigie 
Berkshire, from Bristol, north 
Berkshire place, from Berkshire to Portland 
2 



18 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Bigelow, from 691 Main to 282 Harvard 

Binney, from Third to Ninth 

Blackstone, from 129 River to Western avenue 

Blair place, from 72 Bolton 

Blanche, from 16 Front, south 

Boardman, from 183 Harvard to 254 Broadway 

Boardman place, from 13 Boardman 

Bolton, from 111 Dublin, west and east 

Bond, from 43 Concord avenue to 58 Garden . 

Bow, from 902 Main to 59 Mount Auburn 

Bowdoin, from Hudson to 22 Linnaean 

Brattle, from 9 Harvard square to Mount Auburn, at 
Fresh Pond lane 

Brattle square, from 34 Brattle to 99 Mount Auburn 

Brewer, from 146 Mount Auburn, south 

Brewery, from 166 Broadway to Main 

Bridge, from Craigie's bridge, East Cambridge, to Somer- 
ville line 

Brighton, from 9 Harvard square, to Brighton bridge, 
Brighton line 

Bristol, from 17 Market to Portland 

Broadway, from 99 Main, Ward 2, to Cambridge, at the 
College grounds 

Brookline, from 520 Main to the Charles river 

Brooks, from 361 Main to 34 School 

Brooks place, from Moore to Clark 

Brown, from 124 Brattle to 13 Foster 

Buckingham, from 25 Craigie to 58 Concord avenue 

Cambridge, from 96 Bridge to 8 Kirkland 

Camden place, from 245 Mount Auburn 

Cameron, from North avenue, near A. P. R. crossing, to 
Somerville line 

Camp, from John to Lerned 

Carson, from 180 Gore to 239 Cambridge 

Carver, from 70 Sacramento to Hammond 

Cedar, from 339 North avenue to 59 Spruce 

Cedar square, from 37 Cedar to Belmont 

Central place, from 21 Western avenue, north 

Central square, junction 622 Main, River, Magazine, and 
Western avenue 

Centre, from 21 Hancock to 8 Dana 

Channing, from 168 Brattle to Mount Auburn 

Chapman place, from 13 Gerry to 14 Brewer 

Charles, from 121 Third, west 

Charles River, from 52 Mount Auburn to 11 Dyke 

Chatham, from 51 Hancock to 36 Dana 

Chauncy, from 21 North avenue to 15 Concord avenue 

Cherry, from 421 Main to 176 Harvard 

Cherry court, from 22 Cherry 

Chester, from 260 North avenue to Somerville line 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 19 

Chestnut, from 168 Pleasant to Waverly, Ward 4 
Church, from 13 Harvard row to 45 Brattle 
Church place, from 98 Cambridge 
Clark, from 387 Main to 20 Webster avenue 
Clary, from Prospect, near Houghton 
Clay, from 93 Spruce to 40 Harvey 
Clifton, from 117 Spruce to 64 Harvey 
Clinton, from 707 Main to 290 Harvard 
Coggswell avenue, from 237 North av. to Fitchburg R. R. 
Coggswell place, from Westford to Coggswell avenue 
Columbia, from 473 Main to Somerville line 
Concord avenue, from 3 Waterhouse to Belmont line 
Conlon's court, from 152 Third, east 
Coolidge avenue, from Mount Auburn to Watertown line 
Corliss place, rear 13 Antrim 
Cottage, from 45 Pearl to 44 Pleasant, Ward 4 
Cottage court, from 8 Cottage, south, Ward 4 
Cowperthwaite, from 25 Banks to 38 DeWolf 
Craigie, from 28 Concord avenue to 141 Brattle 
Creek, from 56 Fairmont to Somerset 
Creighton, from North av., near Walden, to Richdale av. 
Crescent, from 104 Oxford to 61 Sacramento 
Crossland, from 77 Clark to Bristol 
Curve place, from 57 Kirkland, north 
Dailey alley, from 47 Cambridge to Gore 
Dana, from 787 Main to 634 Cambridge 
Dana square, Magazine, from Lawrence to Lake and Ni- 
agara 
Daniels court, from 15 Hilliard, west 
Davenport, from Elm, near Somerville line, south 
Davis, from 125 Harvard to 42 Hampshire 
Day, from 274 North avenue to Somerville line 
Daye court, from 8 Black stone, west 
Deacon, from 160 Main 
Decatur, from 81 Brookline to 66 Pearl 
Decatur court, from 10 East Perry, south 
Derby lane, from 362 Broadway to West 
DeWolf, from 38 Mount Auburn to Flagg 
DeWolf avenue, from 11 DeWolf, west 
Dickinson, from Broadway to Davis 
Dinsmore court, from 33 Willard, west 
Distillhouse, from 365 Cambridge to Somerville line 
Divinity avenue, from 27 Kirkland, north 
Dock, changed to Pelham 

Donnell, from 99 Concord avenue to 140 Garden 
Douglass, from 513 Main to 50 Austin 
Douglass court, from 5 Douglass, near Main 
Dover, from 286 North avenue to Somerville line 
Dublin, from 109 Garden to 74 Spruce 
Dunster, from 1 Harvard square to College wharf 



20 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Dyke, from 27 DeWolf to Holyoke 

East, from 113 Bridge, east, to Hall's wharf 

Eaton, from 23 Cherry to 12 Pine 

Eighth, from 214 Cambridge, south 

Eliot, from 104 Mount Auburn to 68 Brighton 

Eliot square, Eliot, junction Mount Auburn 

Ellery, from 811 Main to 654 Cambridge 

Ellsworth avenue, from 403 Broadway to 612 Cambridge 

Elm, from 213 Harvard to Somerville line, Ward 4 

Elm, from White to Russell, Ward 5 

Elmer, from Sands, north 

Elmwood avenue, from 182 Brattle to Mount Auburn, 

near Coolidge avenue 
Emmons place, from 35 Baldwin, west 
Ericsson court, from 91 Green, north 
Erie, from 120 Brookline to 84 Magazine 
Essex, from 591 Main to 238 Harvard 
Essex court, from 51 Essex 
Eustis court, from 110 Oxford, east 
Everett, from 42 North avenue to 45 Oxford 
Fairfield, from opp. 7 Spruce, near North av., to Pemberton 
Fairmont, from 105 Magazine to 100 River 
Fairmont avenue, changed to Creek 
Farwell place, from 53 Brattle 

Fayerweather, from 181 Brattle, north, to Vassal lane . 
Fayette, from 369 Broadway to 504 Cambridge 
Felton, from 469 Broadway to 728 Cambridge 
Fifth, from 68 Winter to 75 Charles 
First, from 32 Cambridge to Thorndike 
Flagg, from 33 Banks to DeWolf 
Flagg court, from 2 Banks 
Florence, from foot of Magazine to Pleasant 
Florence place, from 31 Norfolk 
Follen, from 9 Concord avenue to 13 Waterhouse 
Forest, from 120 North avenue to Somerville line 
Fort Putnam, junction of Fourth and Otis 
Fort Washington, Washington square, from Waverly, 

foot of Allston to G. J. R. R. 
Foster, from 21 Willard to 14 Lowell 
Foster place, from Foster, north 
Fourth, from 244 Bridge to 43 Charles 
Fourth street place, from 101 Fourth 
Foxcroft, from Washington avenue to Avon hill 
Francis avenue, from 43 Kirkjand, north 
Frank, from 320 North avenue to Somerville line 
Franklin, from 29 Sydney to 22 Putnam avenue 
Fresh Pond lane, from 253 Brattle to Fresh Pond Hotel 
Frisbie place, from 23 Kirkland, north 
Front, from 484 Main to 9 Village 
Front street court, from 14 Front, south 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 21 

Frost, from 12 Roseland to Harris 

Garden, from North avenue, at the colleges, to "Walden 

Garden court, from Garden, across Dublin, east 

Garden street place, from 37 Garden 

Gardner, from 31 Tremont to 110 Prospect 

Gerry, from 138 Mount Auburn, south 

Gordon place, from 8 Florence to Pleasant 

Gore, from 152 Bridge to Soraerville 

Gore place, from 132 Gore 

Gorham, from Wendell to Hammond 

Grant, from 24 DeWolf to 17 Banks 

Gray place, from 91 Harvard 

Green, from 13 Sydney to 9 Putnam avenue 

Greenough avenue, from Highland av. to Ellsworth av. 

Groveland, from 20 Spruce, south, to Fitchburg Railroad 

Hamilton, from 98 Magazine to Waverly 

Hammond, from 62 Oxford to Carver 

Hampshire, from 179 Broadway, L. P., tolnman square 

Hancock, from Franklin to 386 Broadway 

Harding, from 321 Cambridge to Somerville line 

Harris, from 22 Frost to Beacon, Somerville line 

Harrison, from 349 Main to 68 Washington 

Harvard, from 201 Main, L. P., to 1 Harvard square 

Harvard row, from Lyceum building, Harvard square, to 

Church 
Harvard square, junction of 472 Harvard, Brattle and 

North avenue 
Harvey, from 9 Cedar, west 
Hastings, from G. J. R. R., to 56 Moore 
Hastings square, Brookline, between Chestnut and Henry 
Hawthorne, from 96 Brattle to Mount Auburn 
Hawthorne avenue, from 222 Brattle to Vassal lane 
Hayes court, from Putnam avenue, east 
Healey, from Parker to Buckingham 
Henderson place, from 10 Day, east, near Somerville line 
Henry, from Waverly to 158 Pearl 
Hews, from 66 Putnam avenue to Western avenue 
Highland, from Appleton to Reservoir 
Highland avenue, from 393 Broadway to 588 Cambridge 
Hilliard, from 60 Brattle to 133 Mount Auburn 
Hollis, from 285 North avenue to 37 Spruce 
Holly avenue, from Madison to Wyeth 
Holmes place, from 2 North avenue to Kirkland 
Holyoke, from 448 Harvard to Dyke 
Holyoke place, from 64 Mount Auburn to 30 Holyoke 
Houghton, from 171 Prospect to Somerville line 
Howard, from 71 River to Kinnaird, Ward 4 
Hubbard avenue, from Walden to Raymond 
Hudson, from 69 North avenue to Hudson place 
Hudson place, from 35 Hudson 



22 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Hunting, from 329 Cambridge to Somerville line 

Huron, from Hawthorne av. to Lake View av., and east 

Inman, from 677 Main to 214 Hampshire 

Inman court, from 57 Inman to Derby lane 

Inman square, junction Inman, Hampshire, Cambridge, 

Springfield, Beacon and Antrim 
Irving, from 456 Broadway to 52 Kirkland 
Jackson, from 105 Spruce to 52 Harvey 
James, from 81 Brattle to 12 Mason 
Jarvis, from 24 North avenue to 31 Oxford 
Jay, from 51 River to Kinnaird 
Jefferson, from Warren to 22 Harding 
Jennings court, from 2 Front, south 
John, from Cameron, west 
Jones alley, from 350 Broadway to 13 West 
Jordan place, from 134 Broadway 
Kent, east of Carver, parallel with Hammond 
King place, from 15 Amory, west 
Kinnaird, from 45 River to SO Putnam avenue 
Kirkland, from North avenue, near the common, to Som- 
erville line 
Kirkland place, from 35 Kirkland, north 
Lake, from 83 Pearl to 76 Magazine 
Lake View avenue, from 189 Brattle to Concord avenue 
Lambert avenue, from 145 North avenue, west 
Lamson place, from 42 Essex 
Langdon, from 49 North avenue to 11 Chauncey 

Laurel, from 77 Pleasant to 78 River 

Lawrence, from 73 Pearl to 66 Magazine 

Lech mere place, from 48 North, west, to Boston and 
Lowell railroad 

Lechmere square, Bridge, junction Cambridge 

Lee, from 721 Main to 372 Broadway 

Leighton court, from 26 East, north 

Lerned, from Cameron, near Somerville line, west 

Leverett, from foot of Magazine to Brookline bridge 

Lexington avenue, from 197 Brattle to Vassal lane 

Lexington avenue, from 401 North avenue 

Lilac court, from Portland, west, near Hampshire 

Lincoln, from Webster avenue to 90 Elm 

Liucoln place, from 7 Lincon, north 

Linden, from 424 Harvard to 61 Mount Auburn 

Line, from 559 Cambridge to 90 Kirkland 

Linnaean, from 111 North avenue to 69 Garden 

Lopez, from 65 Brookline to 52 Pearl 

Lough rey avenue, from Pioneer to Pelham 

Lowell, from 156 Brattle to 269 Mt. Auburn 

Lowland avenue, from 40 Spring, south 

Lyman, from Murray, west 

Madison, from 63 Concord avenue to 90 Garden 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 23 

Madison avenue, from Arlington avenue to L. & A. R. R. 

Magazine, from 610 Main to Captain's Island 

Magazine court, from 117 Magazine to 12 Walnut court 

Magee court, from Putnam avenue, east 

Main, from West Boston bridge to 400 Harvard 

Maple avenue, from 381 Broadway to 564 Cambridge 

Market, from 207 Broadway to 32 Elm 

Marsh court, from 209 Mt. Auburn 

Marvin place, from 58 Columbia 

Mason, from 85 Brattle to 11 Garden 

Maynard place, from 261 Mount Auburn 

McCabe, from 277 Cambridge to 10 Jefferson 

McDonald, from Mt. Auburn, opp. Cemetery gate, north 

McLean place, from 41 Cedar 

Meacham, from 294 North avenue to Somerville line 

Mead, changed to Westford 

Mechanic square, junction Broadway, Hampshire, Webster 

avenue, and Portland streets 
Meflen, from 50 North avenue to 55 Oxford 
Mill, from 25 DeWolf to 50 Holyoke 
Montgomery, from 79 Spruce to 28 Harvey 
Moore, from 357 Main to 212 Broadway 
Mount Auburn, from 842 Main to Belmont line 
Mount Auburn place, from 132 Mt. Auburn, south 
Mount Pleasant, from Walden, southerly 
Mount Vernon, from 139 North avenue 
Mullins court, from 46 Winter 
Munroe, from Third, west to Sixth 
Murdock, from 162 Hampshire to 9 Gardner 
Murray, from 11 Eliot to Brighton 

Myrtle place, from 31 Moore, bet. Washington and School 
New, from Concord avenue, next F. R. R. 
Newton, from Chestnut to Walnut, between Pearl and 

Magazine 
Niagara, from 16 Lawrence to 17 Lake 
Nichols place, from 21 Baldwin, west 
Ninth, from 238 Cambridge to Potter 
Norfolk, from 549 Main to Somerville line 
Norfolk court, from 78 Norfolk, between Broadway and 

Harvard 
Norris, from 319 North avenue 
North, from 13 Water to 16 East 
North avenue, from Harvard square to Arlington line 
Norton, from 25 Bowdoin to 10 Avon 
Norton place, from 12 Norton 
Nutting place, from 128 Mount Auburn, south 
Oak, from 509 Cambridge to Somerville line 
Orchard, from 9 Davenport to Somerville line 
Osborn, from 368 Main, south, to the marsh 
Otis, from First to Ninth 



24 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Otter, from 24 Cowperthwaite to 21 DeWolf 

Oxford, from 13 Kirkland to Somerville line 

Pacific, i'rom Sydney, east, to Atlantic avenue 

Palmer, from 8 Brattle to 16 Church 

Park, from 81 Magazine to 80 Pleasant 

Parker, from 50 Concord avenue, south 

Pearl, from 568 Main to the Charles river 

Pelham, from 70 Broadway to 197 Main 

Pemberton, from Spruce, near 257 North avenue, to 

Fairfield 
Percy place, from 40 Essex 
Perry, from 61 Pearl to 54 Magazine 
Pettengill's court, from 58 Second, east 
Phillips place, from 9 Mason to 18 Garden 
Pine, from 87 School to 190 Harvard 
Pioneer, from 52 Broadway to 171 Main 
Pioneer avenue, from 32 Broadway to 5 Pelham 
Pleasant, from 672 Main to Florence 
Pleasant court, from 67 Pleasant 
Pleasant place, from 50 Pleasant 
Plymouth, from 91 Hampshire to 19 Portland 
Plympton, from 404 Harvard to Bow 
Pond place, from 100 Putnam avenue, east 
Porter, from 37 Warren to 38 Harding - 
Portland, from Main to Cambridge 
Potter, from Third to Ninth 
Prescott, from 391 Harvard to 472 Broadway 
Prince, from 99 Magazine to 112 Pleasant 
Prison Point road, from Bridge, near Craigie's bridge, to 

Charlestown line 
Prospect, from 617 Main to Somerville line 
Putnam avenue, from 1 Mount Auburn to Waverly 
Putnam court, from 54 Putnam avenue 
Putnam place, from 80 Putnam avenue, east 
Quincy, from Quincy square to 28 Kirkland 
Quincy square, junction Main, Harvard, and Quincy, at 

Beck Hall 
Railroad, from 140 Dublin to Fitchburg R. R. 
Raymond, from 51 Linnaean to Fitchburg R. R. 
Raymond court, from Raymond, opposite Prof. Edward 

J. Young's estate 
Reed, from 67 Spruce to 16 Harvey 
Regent, from 197 North avenue to F. R. R. 
Remington, from 857 Main to 380 Harvard 
Reservoir, from 10 Fayerweather to Vassal lane 
Revere, from 134 Mount Auburn to Gerry 
Rice, from 299 North avenue to 60 Cedar 
Richdale avenue, from Walden, east, to near Lambert av. 
River, from 620 Main to Brighton line 
Riverside place, from Western avenue, opp. Blackstone 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 25 

Rockwell, from 85 Pleasant to 86 River 
Rogers, from Third to Ninth 
Rollins conrt, from 8 Watson, south 
Roseland, from 138 North avenue to Somerville line 
Russell, from 240 North avenue to Somerville line 
Sacramento, from 70 North avenue to Somerville line 
Sacramento place, from 25 Sacramento, north 
Salem, from 62 Auburn to 23 Watson 
Sands, from Putnam avenue to the Charles river 
Sargent, from 67 Spruce to Railroad 
Saville, from Appleton to Walden 
Sceva place, from 14 Green 
School, from 331 Main to 23 Austin 
School street court, from 35 School to 12 Myrtle place 
Seckel, from 54 Webster avenue to 110 Winsor 
•Second, from 24 Gore to 28 Spring 
Second street court, from 64 Second 

Seventh, from north of Cambridge to south of Thorndike 
Shepard, from 63 North avenue to 47 Garden 
Short, from 145 Bridge to 42 North, Ward 3 
Sibley court, from 19 Sparks, west 
Sixth, from 144 Gore to Harvard, junction Main 
Soden, from 29 Western avenue to 150 Franklin 
Soden place, from 14 Soden 
Somerset, from Putnam avenue to Pleasant 
Somerville avenue, from 150 No. avenue, Union square, 

to Somerville line 
South, from 41 Holyoke to 64 Brighton 
Sparks, from 237 Mount Auburn to 80 Concord avenue 
Sparks street court, from 70 Concord avenue to Sparks 
Spring, from 72 Second to Ninth 
Springfield, from 527 Cambridge to Somerville line 
Spring place, from rear 126 Spring to rear 140 do. 
Spruce, from 257 North avenue to the meadows 
Squires court, from 164 Gore, south 
State, from 13 Front to Osborn 
Stevens court, from 11 Fourth, west 
Stinson's court, from 8 Porter 
Story, from 48 Brattle to 125 Mount Auburn 
Suffolk, from 49 Columbia to 46 Norfolk 
Summer, from 105 Prospect to In man 
Sumner, from 735 Cambridge to 38 Kirkland 
Sydney, from Henry to Hamilton, and from 8 Front to 

Auburn 
Tannery, from 382 North avenue to the Almshouse 
Temple, from 641 Main to 134 Austin 
Tenney, from 39 Orchard to Elm, Somerville line 
Third, from Boston & Lowell Railroad, East Cambridge, 

to 27 Main, Lower Port 
Thorndike, from First to Ninth 



26 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Tremont, from 303 Broadway to Somerville line 
Trowbridge, from 839 Main to Kirkland 
Tufts, from Magazine to Pearl, south of Chestnut 
Tnttle, from 8 Donnell to 9 Wyeth 

Union, from 37 Market to 8 Lincoln [avenue 

Union square, junction 160 North avenue with Somerville 
Upton, from 35 Magazine to 56 Pleasant 
Valentine, from 95 Brookline to 80 Pearl 
Vassal lane, from 85 Sparks to Lake View avenue 
Vernon, from 700 Main to 129 Green 
Village, from 18 State to 35 Front 
Vine, from 99 South Third to Ninth 
Walden, from 225 North avenue to Vassal lane 
Walker, from Shepard, opposite Wallace, to Linnaean 
Walker court, from Flagg, near Putnam avenue 
Walker place, from 130 Third, east 
Wallace, from 41 Garden to 38 Shepard 
Walnut avenue, from 23 Arlington to Lambert avenue 
Walnut court, from Somerset to Putnam avenue 
Ware, from 385 Harvard to 462 Broadway 
Warland, from 71 Magazine to 70 Pleasant 
Warren, from 263 Cambridge to Somerville line 
Washington, from 275 Main to 32 Norfolk 
Washington avenue, from Lambert avenue to Foxcroft 
Washington square (see Fort Washington) 
Water, from 185 Bridge to Miller's river 
Waterhouse, from 17 Garden to 11 North avenue 
Watson, from 49 Brookline to 40 Pearl 
Waverly, from Henry to Hamilton 
Webster avenue, fronT49 Hampshire to Somerville line 
Wendell, from 58 North avenue to Carver 
West, from 53 Inman to Lee 
Westacott court, from 224 Putnam avenue 
Western avenue, from 622 Main, Central square, to Brigh- 
ton line 
Westford, from Walden to Coggeswell avenue 
White, from Union square to Elm in Somerville, Ward 5 
Whitney court, from 8 Essex 
Willard, from 114 Brattle to 185 Mount Auburn 
Willard court, from 19 Foster 
Willard street court, from 18 Willard 
William, from 37 Pearl to 26 River 
Willow place, from 345 Cambridge to Somerville line 
Winsor, from 403 Main to Somerville line 
Winter, from 206 Bridge to 4 Fifth 
Winthrop, from 33 Holyoke to 8 Eliot 
Winthrop square, corner 94 Mt. Auburn and Brighton 
Worcester, from 59 Columbia to 54 Norfolk 
Wright, from 33 Hudson to 8 Norton 
Wyeth, from 79 Concord avenue to 106 Garden 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 27 

HALLS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 

Agassiz building, Sacramento, cor. Oxford 

Almshouse, Tannery- 
Baldwin's block, rear 95 Main, near West Boston bridge 

Beacon building, Cambridge, near Inman square 

Beck's Hall, Quincy square, junction Main, Quincy, and 
Harvard 

Boyle's block, from 34 Charles 

Brewer's block, Brattle square 

Broadway block, Broadway, between Fifth and Main 

Brook's building, 361 Main 

City Hall, 666 Main 

Clark's block, 497 Main 

Concordia Hall, 200 Cambridge 

Conservatory Hall, 4 Lee, corner Main • 

Court House, Third, corner Otis, E. C. 

Dolton's block, Harvard, corner Linden 

Douglass block, Main, corner Essex 

Estes block, from 10 to 15 Brattle 

Felton building, Trowbridge, corner Cambridge 

Forester's Hall, Main, corner Winsor 

Foster's block, 87 Main 

Freemasons Hall, Dunster, near Harvard square 

Goldsmith Hall, 89 Cambridge 

G. A. R. Hall (post 57), 230 Cambridge, E. C. 

G. A. R. Hall (post 56), Palmer, corner Brattle 

Hannum's block, 114 Broadway, near G. J. R. R. 

Harugari Hall, Sixth, corner Spring 

Harvard, or Little's block, Harvard square, cor. Dunster 

Hawkins block, Charles, east of Third 

Henderson's block, North avenue, opposite Walden 

Hilton's block, Holyoke, corner Harvard 

House of Correction, Thorndike, near Third, East Cam- 
bridge 

Hovey's block, 402 Main 

Hyde's block, Main, Central square 

Independence Hall, rear 55 Norfolk 

Inman Building, Cambridge, bet. Beacon and Springfield 

Inman Hall, Inman square, bet. Beacon and Springfield 

Institute Hall, 107 Cambridge 

Kernan's block, rear 13 to 17 Charles River 

Lechmere block, Bridge, junction Cambridge 

Lechmere bank building, Cambridge, corner Second 

Lechmere building, Cambridge, junction Bridge 

Linehan's block, Third, near Winter 

Lyceum building, Harvard square, corner Brattle 

Lyceum Hall, Lyceum building Harvard square 

Main block, Main, corner Pearl 

Masonic block, Main, near Temple 



28 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Masonic Hall, 53 Cambridge, East Cambridge 
Masonic Hall, 633 Main, Cambridgeport 
Masonic Hall, 149 North avenue, North Cambridge 
Melledge's block, Main, corner Norfolk 
Memorial Hall, 547 Main, corner Norfolk 
Moore's block, Mt. Auburn, corner Charles River 
Moore's building, 6 to 8 Brattle 
Murphy Hall, Dublin 

Odd Fellows Hall, 85 Cambridge, East Cambridge 
Odd Fellows Hall, Holyoke, corner Main 
Odd Fellows Hall, 583* Main, Cambridgeport 
Potter's block, 187 to 199 North avenue 
Pythian Hall, Hyde's block, 603 Main 
Ramsay's building, 1 Brattle 

Rogers' block, Main, between Washington and Brewery 
Rolling Mill block, Bristol, bet. Berkshire and Portland 
Saunders block, 38 and 42 North avenue 
Shea's block, 151 to 155 Bridge 
Shepherd's block, rear 10 Charles River 
Shepherd's block, 9 Charles River 
Smart's building, rear 386 Main 

Sons of Temperance Hall, Lechmere Bank building, Cam- 
bridge, East Cambridge 
Squire's block, Squire's court, from 164 Gore 
State Arsenal, Chauncy, corner Concord avenue 
Stratton's block, Cambridge, near Fifth 
Swiney's block, Gore, near Fifth 
Symond's block, 24 DeWolf 

Temperance Hall, Union square, North Cambridge 
Temple block, Main, corner Temple 
Temple Hall, Temple, corner Main 
Union Hall, 631 Main, nearly opposite Central square 
Waitt's Hall, Cambridge, junction Hampshire, Inman sq. 
Washington Hall, Wood's block, 573 Main 
Watson's block, 560 Main 

Welch's block, North, opposite N. E. Glass Works 
Wellington Hall (G. A. R. post 30), Pearl 
Wheatland's block, Cambridge, junction Bridge 
Whitney's block, 465 Main 
Whitney's building, Brattle square 
Wood's block, Main, opp. Pearl 



COLLEGE BUILDINGS, ETC. 

Alumni Hall, junction Kirkland, Quincy, and Cambridge 

Appleton Chapel, College yard, 1856 

Astronomical Observatory, Garden, opposite Linnaean 

Botanic Garden, Garden, corner Linnaean 

Boylston Hall, College yard 

College House, 1 to 13 Harvard row 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 29 

Dane Hall, College yard 

Divinity Hall, Divinity avenue 

Gore Hall, College yard, 1838 

Gray's Hall, College yard, 1863 [Cambridge 

Harvard Gymnasium, junction Broadway, Quincy, and 

Harvard Hall, College yard, 1766 

Holden Chapel, College yard, 1724 

Hollis Hall, College yard", 1763 

Holworthy Hall, College yard, 1812 

Holyoke House, 450 to 458 Harvard 

Lawrence Hall, Brattle, near Mason 

Lawrence Scientific School, Kirkland, cor. Holmes place 

Massachusetts Hall, College yard, 1720 

Matthews Hall, College yard, 1870 

Museum of Comparative Zoology, Divinity av. and Oxford 

Peabody Museum of Archaeology, Divinity avenue 

Stoughton Hall, College yard, 1805 

Thayer Hall, College yard, 1869 

University Hall, College yard, 1812 

Wadsworth House, College yard 

Weld Hall, College yard, 1871 



WHARVES. 

Boynton's wharf, 48 Bridge, East Cambridge 

Brooks wharf, 221 Bridge 

Burrage, Shepherd & Co.'s wharf, Broadway, Lower Port 

City wharf, Main, opposite Dock 

College wharf, foot of Dunster 

Day & Collins wharf, Main, near Pioneer, Lower Port 

Gale & Wood's wharf, Main, Lower Port 

Gas wharf, foot of Bath 

Gas wharf, Third, near Broad canal 

Hall's wharf, foot of East street, East Cambridge' . 

Hasting's wharf, P^ast, near Bridge, East Cambridge 

Holmes & Rugg's wharf, River, near City mills 

Holt's wharf, East, near Bridge, East Cambridge 

Hubbard's wharf, foot of Charles River 

Luke & Bent's wnarf, Main, near Pioneer 

N. E. Glass House wharf, foot of N"orth 

Revere Sugar Refinery wharf, foot of Water 

Sanborn's wharf, Bridge, near Cambridge, E. Cambridge 

Smith's wharf, Main, nearly opposite Dock 

Tower's wharf, rear 139 Broadway 

Warren's wharf, Bridge street, next to Craigie's bridge 

Wellington H. & Co.'s wharf, Bridge, n. Craigie's bridge 

Winthrop wharf, foot of DeWolf 

Wyman's wharf, east end of Craigie's bridge 



30 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



CEMETERIES. 

Cambridge, Coolidge avenue, near Watertown line 
Catholic, Spruce, opposite Jackson 
Mt. Auburn, Mt. Auburn street, near Watertown line 
Old Burying ground, Ward 1, North avenue, opposite 
College grounds, B. F. Wyeth, superintendent. 



BRIDGES. 

Cambridge Street bridge, from River street, Cambridge- 
port, to Brighton 

Canal or Craigie's bridge, from Cambridge street, East 
Cambridge, to Boston 

Essex Street bridge, from Brookline street, Cambridge- 
port, to Brookline 

North Harvard Street bridge, from Brighton street, Cam- 
bridge, to Brighton 

Prison Point bridge, from Prison Point road, East Cam- 
bridge, to Charlestown 

West Boston bridge, from Main street, Cambridgeport, to 
Boston 

Western Avenue bridge, from Western avenue, Cam- 
bridgeport, to Brighton 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 

WARD 1. Beginning at the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Belmont, on Concord avenue, thence by 
the center of Concord avenue to Bond street, thence by 
the center of Boni street to Garden street, thence by the 
center of Garden street to Shepard street, thence by the 
center of Shepard street to North avenue, thence by the 
center of North avenue to Sacramento street, thence by 
the center of Sacramento street to the boundary line be- 
tween Cambridge and Somerville, thence by said boundary 
line to a point which would be struck by the central line 
of Dana street if extended northerly to said boundary 
line, thence by a line to Dana street, and by the center of 
Dana street to Main street, thence by the center of Main 
street to Mount Auburn street, thence by the center of 
Mount Auburn street to Putnam avenue, thence by the 
center of Putnam avenue to Western avenue, thence by 
the center of Western avenue to the boundary line be- 
tween Cambridge and Brighton, thence by said boundary 
line to the boundary line between Cambridge and Water- 
town, thence by the last-mentioned boundary line to the 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 31 

boundary line between Cambridge and .Belmont, thence 
by the last-mentioned boundary line to the point begun at. 

WARD 2. Beginning at the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Somerville, at a point which would be 
struck by the Central line of Dana street, if extended 
northerly to said boundary line, thence by a line to Dana 
street, and by the center of Dana street to Main street, 
thence through the center of Main street to Norfolk street, 
thence by the center of Norfolk street to Washington 
street, thence by the center of Washington street to the 
junction of Washington and Main streets, thence by a line 
at a right angle, southerly, to the water, thence by the 
water to the mouth of Broad canal, thence by the center 
of Broad canal to North canal, thence by the center of 
North canal, and northerly, in a line continued therefrom, 
to the boundary line between Cambridge and Somerville, 
thence by said boundary line to the point begun at. 

WARD 3. Beginning at the mouth of Broad canal 
thence by the center of Broad canal to North canal, 
thence by the center of North canal, and northerly, in a 
line continued therefrom, to the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Somerville, thence by said boundary line 
to the waters of Charles river, thence by the water to the 
point begun at. 

WARD 4. Beginning at the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Brighton, on Western avenue, thence 
through the center of Western avenue to Putnam avenue, 
thence through the center of Putnam avenue to Mount 
Auburn street, thence through the center of Mount Auburn 
street to Main street, thence through the center of Main 
street to Norfolk street, thence through the center of Nor- 
folk street to Washington street, thence through the center 
of Washington street to the junction of Washington and 
Main streets, thence by a line at a right angle, southerly, 
to the water, thence by the water to the point begun at. 

WARD 5. Beginning at the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Belmont, on Concord avenue, thence by 
the center of Concord avenue to Bond street, thence by 
the center of Bond street to Garden street, thence by the 
center of Garden street to Shepard street, thence by the 
center of Shepard street to North avenue, thence by the 
center of North avenve to Sacramento street, thence by 
the center of Sacramento street to the boundary line be- 
tween Cambridge and Somerville, thence by said boun- 
dary line to the boundary line between Cambridge and 
Arlington, thence by the said last mentioned boundary 
line to the point begun at. 



32 



CAMBRIDGE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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BEDDINC DEALERS, 

MACHINE CARPET BEATERS, 

UPHOLSTERERS «& FURNITURE REPAIRERS 

Mattresses, Feather Beds, &c* He-made and 'Renovated. 

636 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE TEMPLE, 

@&Mime«5ig ) QaT > MASS. 

EZRA ABBOTT, 

Successor to JAJILS MEL.LEN, 

BUILDING MOVER 

Is prepared to move or raise any description of Brick or Wooden Buildings, in 
a prompt and workmanlike manner. Orders can be addressed to my residence, 

No. 77 Washington Street, Cambridge port, 

OB TO THE OFFICE OF 

CURTIS DAVIS & CO., No. 21 Merchants Kow, BOSTON. 

JV. B. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. 

EOBERT WEITZE, 

Manufacturer of all kinds of 

SAVSACES. 

ALSO, DEALER IN 

MEATS AND VEGETABLES. 

Store, 186 Cambridge Street, ) Um PJMDIHIlPi; 

Manufactory, cor. Thorndike and Eighth Sts., J 'Midi blUllDfilllulj. 

ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

GcttOFLGrtt LOCK., 

PLASTERER & STUCCO WORKER, 

Basement, 508 Main Street, 
CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 

Particular attention to all kinds of Fancy Work/^such as 

Center Pieces, Brackets, &c. Work^made from 

the celebrated 

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Samples of work can be seen by calling at the shop. 




CAMBRIDGE 

DIRECTORY, 

1878. 

ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS DIRECTORY. 

Ab., above ; agt., agent ; asst., assistant : av., avenue; b. or bds., boards ; 
bet., between; bldg., building; blk., block; (B.), Boston ; com. mer., commission 
merchant: c. or cor., corner; ct., court; En. Theo. School, Episcopal Theo- 
logical School; h.. house; lab., laborer; L. P., Lower Port; H. U. Harvard 
University, mkr., maker; mnfr., manufacturer; M. & H. Organ Co., Mason <& 
Hamlin Organ Co; n., near; opp., opposite; pi., place; P. O., Post Office; 
pres., president; rd., road; Rev., reverend; r., rear; st., street; sec, secre- 
tary; sq., square; supt., superintendent; treas., treasurer; (U. S. N.), United 
States Navy; (U. S. A.), United States Army; U. R. Co., Union Railway Com- 
pany; whol., wholesale; wid., widow; whf., wharf . 



AARON LEWIS (Aaron & Parker), cigarmaker, house 

445^ Main 
Aaron Moss, cigarmaker, house 65 Washington 
Aaron & Parker (Lewis Aaron and F. C. Parker), cigars 

and tobacco, 447 %. Main 
Abbe Alanson J., student H. U., rooms 39 Gray's hall 
Abbot Anne W. Miss, boards 23 Berkeley 
Abbot Eugene B., lumber (44 Kilby B.), b. 37 Inman 
Abbot Ezra, Bussey Prof, of New Testament criticism 

and interpretation H. U., house 23 Berkeley 
Abbot Francis E., editor "Index," (231 Washington, B.), 

h. Lake View avenue [294 Harvard 

Abbot George W., com. mer. (21 Central whf., B.), h. 
Abbot Myra G. Mrs., house 33 Tremont 
Abbot Walter L., clerk (21 Central whf., B.), boards 294 

Harvard 
Abbott Brazilian C, coffin maker, 203 Bridge, house at 

South Boston 
Abbott Charles L., law student, H. U., b. 39 Tremont 
Abbott Charles S., box maker, house 41 Clark 
Abbott Edward, clergyman, house Channing 
Abbott Edward M. Mrs., house 7 Chauncy 



34 CAMBRIDGE [j\J DIRECTORY. 

Abbott Elizabeth C, widow of Jesse B., h. 247 Broadway 
ABBOTT &ZRA, building mover, house 77 Washington ' 
Abbott Frank E., building mover, boards 77 Washington 
Abbott George H., train dispatcher B. & A. R. R., house 

5 Dickinson 
Abbott Horatio N., engineer, Bridge, corner Third, house 

154 Cambridge 
Abbott John, variety store, 242 Broadway, house do. 
Abbott John K., real eg;ate (59 Cambridge, B.), h. 144 

North avenue, next Porter's station 
Abbott John P., printer, house 138 Elm 
Abbott Joseph H., salesman (44 Washington, B.), h. 

8 Douglass 
Abbott Levi, machinist, house 39 Tremont 
Abbott Lucy K. Mrs., boarding house, 5 Dickinson 
Abercrombie Sarah G., widow of Milo B., h. 26 Brattle 
Abercrombie Talulah G. Miss, teacher Quincy primary 

school, boards 26 Brattle 
Aberle Florentine, teamster bds. Frank Aberle's, Tannery 
Aberle Frank, currier, house Tannery, 1st street on right 
Aberle Jacob, cooper, house off Eighth, near Spring 
Aberle Jacob, jr., cooper, 138 Gore, h. off Eighth, n. Spring 
Aberle John, cooper, boards off Eighth, near Spring 
Aberle Philip, at Dover Stamp Co., boards off Eighth, 

near Spring 
Abroe Mary Ann, wid. of Francis, h. 199 Mt. Auburn 
Ackerdy Alfred, waiter, boards 37 Dunster 
Ackers Hannah Miss, house 21 Sacramento 
Ackers John L. P., painter, 460 Main, boards 51 Western 

avenue 
Ackers Mehitable Miss, house 21 Sacramento 
Ackers William H., printer Riverside Press, house 24 Jay 
Acorn Henry, boards 1 State 
Acorn Washington, hatter, boards 1 State 
Adam Alexander, blacksmith, house rear 222 Broadway 
Adams Adelbert A., whalebone (24 Lincoln, B.), house 

288^ Broadway 
Adams Albert, mason, house 17 Winthrop 
Adams Alexander L., real estate agent, b. Porter's Hotel 
Adams Charles J., deputy jailer and master House of Cor- 
rection, Thorndike, cor. Third, house do. 
Adams Charles Thornton, student H. U., rooms 25 Thay- 
er hall [442 Broadway 
Adams Charles W., bookkeeper (22 Sudbury, B,), house 
Adams David J., jr., foreman of cutters Howard M. Saw- 
yer, boards 42 Second [Spring 
Adams Dean J., at Navy Yard (Charlestown), house 129 
Adams Edward F., bookkeeper (39 Franklin, B.), boards 
91 Thorndike 



CAMBRIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 35 

Adams Francis W., student H. IT., house 14 Centre 
Adams Frank S., clerk (60 Summer, B.), b. 74 Thorndike 
Adams Fred W., driver U. R. Co., h. at Mount Auburn 
Adams Geo. C, clerk, 154 Harvard, boards 108 Winsor 
Adams Harry H., inspector (Custom House, B.), house 

104 Thorndike 
Adams James, laborer, house 77 Spring 
Adams James H., teamster, State, cor. Osborn, house 161 

Broadway 
Adams James H., student H. U., bds. 85 Brattle 
Adams James S., printer (352 Washington, B.), boards 77 

River 
Adams John, brass finisher, house 162 Otis 
Adams John P., gas fixtures, 12 Harvard row, house 12 

Shepard 
Adams Joseph H., student H. XL, bds. 85 Brattle 
Adams Joseph M., whalebone worker (24 Lincoln, B.), h. 

25 Hamilton 
Adams J. French (J. F. Adams & Co.), stair builder, Sev- 
enth, cor. Cambridge, house 91 Thorndike 
Adams J. F. & Co. (J. French Adams), stair builders, 

Seventh, cor. Cambridge 
Adams J. Getney, bookkeeper (136 South Market, B.), 

house Wallace, near Garden 
Adams Lester W., driver U. R. Co., h. 44 Holyoke 
Adams Lyman M., carriage painter, 446 Main, boards at 

Somerville 
Adams Margaret, widow of John, house 120 Harvard 
Adams Maurice H., machinist Am. Net & Twine Co., h. 

58>£ Cambridge [avenue 

Adams Reuben A., auctioneer 396 Main, h. 322 North 
Adams Susan F. Mrs., house 34 Bigelow 
Adams Theodore P., teacher High school, Broadway, h. 

at Boston 
Adams Walter S., driver U. R. Co., h. 44 Holyoke 
Adams William, house 14 Centre 
Adams William H., teamster, bds. 28 Seventh 
Adams William R., clerk Boston Branch store, 115 Cam- 
bridge, house 106 do. 
Aden Catharine Mrs., house 39 Hastings 
Aeger Edmund, laborer, house Clifton, near Spruce 
Agassiz Alexander, curator Zoological Museum and (67 

Milk, B.), house 36 Quincy 
Agassiz Elizabeth C, widow of Louis, house 36 Quincy 
Agen James, soapmaker, house 43 Pearl 
Agen James E., soapmaker, bds. 43 Pearl 
Agen Martin, laborer, h. 162 Franklin 
Agen Michael F., mechanic, bds. 162 Franklin 
Agnew Howard, student H. U., bds. 17 Dunster 



36 CAMBRIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 

Ahearn Dennis, laborer, h. 76 Spruce 

Ahearn Dennis, baker, house 57 Amory 

Ahearn Ellen, widow, house 291 Cambridge 

Ahearn Eugene, laborer, house 3 Linnehan's blk., Third 

Ahearn James, cigar maker, house 291 Cambridge 

Ahearn John, laborer, house 32 Auburn 

Ahearn John, laborer, house 57 Amory 

Ahearn Maurice, house 1 Linnehan's block, Third 

Ahearn Maurice, laborer, house 149 Dublin 

Ahearn Maurice J., broker (5 Tremont, room 5, B.), h. 

320 North avenue 
Ahearn Thomas, marble worker, house 41 Jefferson 
Ahearn Timothy,. baker, house 170 Franklin 
Ahern David, grocer, 19>£ Fifth, house do. 
Ahern Jerry, laborer, house Bay, cor. Kinnaird 
Ahern Lawrence, potter, house 4 Sands 
Ahern Michael, brick layer, house 2 Emmons place 
Ahern Richard, blacksmith, bds. 76 Dublin 
Ahern see Ahearn, also O'Hearn 
Aigin Michael, trader, house 123 Gore 
Aiken Charles H., clerk Aiken & Woodard, Cambridge, 

opp. the distillhouse, boards 152 Spring 
Aiken Fred J., boards 152 Spring 
Aiken Joseph M. (Aiken & Woodard), charcoal, hay and 

straw, Cambridge, opp. the distillhouse, h. 152 Spring 
Aiken & Woodard (Joseph M. Aiken and Jonas Wood- 
ard), charcoal, hay and straw, Cambridge opp. the 

distillhouse 
Aikins William H., teamster, house 80 Harvard 
Akerman M. Louise Miss, teacher Riverside Primary 

school, bds. 9 Sumner 
ALBEE SUMNER, overseer of the poor and attorney 

(20 Court, room 19, B.), h. 30 Essex 
Albert Richard S., student H. U., rooms 15 Matthews 

hall 
Alberts Albert, laborer, house 131 Third 
Alberts Clements P., clerk Revere Sugar Refinery, boards 

131 Third 
Albie Eliza Miss, house 10 Jay 

Alden Adelbert H. (190 Congress, B.), bds. 317 Harvard 
Alden Adeline Mrs., house Russell, next Elm 
Alden Albert, house 59 Spring 

Alden Ann Mrs., confectionery, etc., 546 Main, house do. 
Alden Charles A. (181 Broad, B.), boards 18 Hancock 
Alden Charles W., clerk w (4 Bowdoin sq., B.), boards 438 

Main 
Alden Fannie L., music teacher, h. 471 Main 
Alden George A., commission merchant in india rubber 

and gutta percha (190 Congress, B.), h. 317 Harvard 



CAMBRIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 37 

Alden George E., clerk (Franklin, B.), bds. 317 Harvard 

Alden Joseph W., house 48 Pleasant 

Alden Julius E. Mrs., dressmaker, house 471 Main 

Alden Sophia D., widow of El bridge G., h. 18 Hancock 

Alden Thomas, book binder, h. 546 Main 

Alden William R., plasterer, h. 19 Hews 

Alden William T., fly finisher M. & H. Organ Co., house 

438 Main 
Aldrich Albert C, student H. IT., rooms 23 College house 
Aldrich Frank, starch, etc. (19 Kilby, B.), h. 248 North 

avenue 
Alexander Abram, grocer, 644 Main, house 122 Green 
Alexander Daniel, laborer, h. 93 Elm 
Alexander Giles R., carpenter, house 27 Sydney 
Alexander James, h. 187 Mt. Auburn 
Alexander J. Scott, policeman, station 2, h. 520 Main 
Alexander Mary, widow of Hugh, house 3 Green 
Alexander Thomas Mrs., music teacher, h. 52 Trowbridge 
Alexander Thomas, printer John Wilson & Son, house 52 

Trowbridge 
ALGER ALPHEUS B., lawyer (13 Court square, B.), 

boards E. A. Alger's, Mt. Vernon 
Alger Arthur M., drug clerk, boards 33 Sacramento 
ALGER EDWIN A., lawyer (13 Court sq., B.), house 

Mt. Vernon 
Alger Frederick W., clerk, bds. E. A. Alger's, Mt. Vernon 
Alger Horace Chapin, student H. U., rooms 16 Matthews 

hall 
Alger Morton, house 33 Sacramento 
Alghieri Simon, caterer, house 56 Norfolk 
Allan Alexander, printer (7 Spring lane, B.), h. 64 Brattle 
Allan John, machinist, house rear 41 Clark 
Allan, see Allen, also Allyn 

Allard Alonzo, picture frame maker, house 461 Main 
Allard Alonzo, teamster, boards 119 Winsor 
Allard Benjamin H., express, house 71 Pleasant 
Allard Charles N., baker, h. Portland, corner Hampshire 
Allard David, house 71 Pleasant 
Allen Albert F. (Morrill & Allen), 356 Main, house 250 

Broadway 
Allen Alexander V. G. Rev., professor Episcopal Theo- 
logical School, house Ash, corner Brattle 
Allen Andrew H., student H. U., rooms 38 Weld hall 
Allen Ann, widow of Robert, house 11 Fifth 
Allen Benjamin F., piano maker, house 10 Wendell 
Allen Caleb C, 356 Main, house 26 Columbia 
Allen Caroline M. Mrs., dressmaker, house 10 Wendell 
Allen Catherine, widow of John C, house 102 Brookline 
Allen Charles G., clerk (112 State, B.), bds. 69 Brattle 



38 CAMBRIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 

Allen Charles N., student H. U., rooms 44 College house 
Allen Charles P., stairbuilder, house 203 Hampshire 
Allen Daniel, boiler maker, 92 Main, boards 17 Main 
Allen Edmund J., provisions, boards 6 Gordon place 
Allen Edward E., telegraph operator, bds. 203 Hampshire 
Allen Edward H„ machinist, 72 Main, house at Boston 
Allen Fannie Miss, teacher Otis primary school, boards 

11 Fifth 
Allen Francis B., student H.'TJ., rooms 16 Oxford 
Allen Frank A., Oriental Tea Co. (85 Court, B.), h. 263 
Harvard [hail 

Allen Frederick H., student H. U., rooms 9 Holworthy 
Allen George, pressman Welch, Bigelow & Co., house 17 

Gerry 
Allen George A., marble cutter, boards 99 Mt. Auburn 
Allen George W., expressman, house 7 Flagg 
Allen George W., laborer, house 10 Flagg 
Allen Henry George Mrs., lodging, house 14 Ware 
Allen Henry W., house 29 Suffolk 

Allen James, blacksmith (B.), house Brewery, cor. Main 
Allen James H., cutter (227 Wash., B.), h. 116 Inraan 
Allen Jeremiah, laborer, house 38 Porter, near Harding 
Allen Joel A., asst. in Museum of Comparative Zoology, 

house 51 Oxford 
Allen Joseph A., provisions, house 6 Gordon place 
Allen Joseph H., clergyman, house 5 Garden 
Allen J. Addison, provisions, v 35 River, h. 6 Gordon place 
Allen Lydia A., widow, house 3 Lamson's place 
Allen Margaret, widow of Thomas, h. rear 201 Franklin 
Allen Mary, widow of Jonathan, house 7 William 
Allen Mary, widow of Henry, house 51 Gore 
Allen Mary M. Miss, music teacher, 69 Brattle 
Allen Nathan L., apothecary, 155 North avenue, house at 

Somerville 
Allen Russell C, student H. U., boards 5 Garden 
Allen Susan Miss, music teacher, house 3 Lamson's place 
Allen Thomas, ship chandler, house 17 Boardman 
Allen Wilkes, dentist, 69 Brattle, house do. 
Allen William E., student H. U., rooms 4l0 Harvard 
Allen William Hall, student H. IJ., rooms 3 Little's block 
Allen William H. B., house 13 Market 
Allen William Martin, paper ruler (299 Washington, B.), 

house 4 Gore place 
Allen Willis Boyd, student H. U., rooms 6 Plympton 
Allen, see Allyn, also Allan 

Allenson Francis G., student H. U., rooms 471 Broadway 
Alley Charles R., house 386 Harvard 
Alley Elliot E., upholsterer, house 131 Thorndike 
Alley Emma B., teacher Training school, Sacramento, 
boards 17 Upton 



CAMBRIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 39 

Alley Frank E., grocer (111 Green, B.), h. 386 Harvard 
Alley William H., student H. U., rooms 35 Matthews hall 
Alley W. Frank, traveling salesman, 503 Main, boards 82 

Magazine 
Allison Ellen, widow of Wm. J., house rear 27 Gore 
Allison George A., salesman (29 India, B.), house 40 

Coggswell avenue, corner Mead 
Allison Wm., sawyer Woodbury & Co., bds. rear 27 Gore 
Allman Andrew, house 53 Garden 

Allnot Fred. Geo., cook Memorial Hall, rooms 79 Wendell 
Alloe Henry, laborer, house rear 46 Montgomery 
Allyn Eliza, widow of Joseph W., h. 3 East, cor. Bridge 
Allyn Horace A., supt. Cambridge Gas Light Co., house 

782 Main 
Allyn Rebecca P. Mrs., house 5 Berkeley 
Allyn William W., clerk Cummings, Kenney & Co., h. 3 

East, corner Bridge 
Almgren Alexander, polisher, house 118 Webster avenue 
Almorth Gustav, telescope maker, house Chestnut, cor. 

Sydney 
Almy Francis, student H. U., rooms 45 Thayer hall 
Almy Frederic, student H. U., rooms 19 Holworthy hall 
Alphin James, teamster, house 9 Lopez 
Altimas John, baker M. J. Doyle, house 31 Warren 
Alverson Charles F., butter and eggs, 1 Lechmere square, 

house at Providence, R. I. 
Ambrose George B., medical student H. U., boards 352 

Harvard 
Ambrose John L., second assistant clerk of courts, Court 

House, East Cambridge, house at Charlestown 
Ambrose Peter, carver, house 33 Eighth 
Amee Jacob Mrs., house 894 Main 
Amee Jacob E., boards 894 Main 
Amee John Mrs., house 894 Main 
Amee William A. (Richardson & Amee), stationery, etc., 

boards 894 Main 
Amen Harlan Page, student H. IT., rooms 3 Wallace 
American Net and Twine Co., nets, seines, and twines, 

Third, office (43 Commercial, Boston) 
Ames Charles E., driver U. R. Co., house 3 Frank 
Ames David B., driver U. R. Co., house 81 Tremont 
Ames James B., professor of law H. U., rooms 5 College 

house 
Ames John G., carpenter, house 23 Front 
Ames Mary E. Mrs., matron H. U., house 28 Mellen 
Ames Simon, clerk, 605 Main, boards 23 Front 
Ames Timothy, captain of police, Station No. 1, house 28 

Mellen 
Ammidon Philip R., agent Suffolk Paper Co., (49 and 51 

Court, B.), house 35 Orchard 



40 CAMBRIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 

Amory Augustine H., student, rooms 10 Lawrence hall 
Andersen Hans K., clerk, Washington, cor. Brewery, 

house 55 Winsor 
Anderson Alexander, laborer, house 5 Sparks 
Anderson Arabella Mrs., boarding house Charles River, 

near Mt. Auburn 
Anderson Archibald, box maker, Woodbury & Co., h. 5 

Lechmere building, Cambridge, junction Bridge 
Anderson Charles, laborer, house rear 80 Brighton 
Anderson Charles, clerk 403 Main, boards 397 do. 
Anderson Eliza Miss, dressmaker, rooms 75 Otis 
Anderson Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin, h. 9 Seventh 
Anderson Frank E., assistant professor of Greek H. U., 

rooms 20 Holworthy hall 
Anderson Henry, house 265 Cambridge 
Anderson James, bootmaker, house rear 20 Foster 
Anderson James, teamster, house rear 80 Brighton 
Anderson James, carpenter, Palmer, near Brattle, house 

15 Brewer 
Anderson James, laborer W. T. Richardson, h. 16 Beaver 
Anderson James, jr., carpenter, boards 13 Brewer 
Anderson John, clerk, 5 and 6 Harvard row, h. 12 Gerry 
Anderson John E. (Peak & Anderson) slater, 402 Har- 
vard, house 414 Main 
Anderson Mary J., widow, h. Andrew, near Fairmont 
Anderson Matthew, carpenter, house 10 Brewer 
Anderson Matthew, printer J. Wilson & Son, house 25 

Baldwin 
Anderson Peter, sailor, house rear 26 Vine 
Anderson Peter, carpenter, boards 7 Garden 
Anderson Robert, clerk (150 Court, B.), house 4 Butler's 

block, Charles River 
Anderson Stephen, brass inolder (33 Hawkins, B.) house 

118 Spring 
Anderson Thomas, painter, h. Gore, next R. R. crossing 
Anderson Wm., teamster W. T. Richardson, h. 16 Beaver 
Anderson Wm., blacksmith, 356 Main, house 45 Clark 
Anderson Win., glass cutter, house 12 Lincoln 
Anderson Wm., printer J. Wilson & Son, bds. 17 Gerry 
Anderson Wm. C., glass cutter, boards 12 Lincoln 
Andrews Charles T., paper hanger, house 135 Brookline 
Andrews Clement W., student H. U., rooms 57 Thayer 

hall 
Andrews D. Herbert, wrought iron bridges and roofs, 78 
Main, office (13 Pemberton sq., B.), house at Cheisea 
Andrews George B., clerk, 1 Lechmere building, Cam- 
bridge, house 13 Third 
Andrews John A., boards 12 Pine 



CAMBRIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 41 

Andrews John D., case maker M. &. H. Organ Co., house 

233K Broadway 
Andrews Mary E., teacher, 29 Everett, boards do. 
Andrews Mary E., widow, house 171 Winsor 
Andrews Robert M., painter, house 2 Shepherd's block, 

Charles River 
Andrews Robert R., dentist, Whitney's building, 19 Brat- 
tle, house 834 Main 
Andrews William, teamster Henry Atkins, 345 North 

av., house 346 do. 
Andrews William H. Mrs., house 7 Day 
Andrews William S., student H. U., rooms 40 Weld hall 
Andros Henry S., druggist and apothecary, 641 Main, 

house 11 Temple 
Angel Isaac, lawyer, 623 Main 
Anglim James, laborer, house 43 Banks 
Anglin Michael, laborer, house Flagg, near Banks 
Anglin Sarah, widow, house 8 Hastings 
Ankins Fred, boards 47 Brookline 
Ansell William E., broker and commission merchant, 

house 51 Dana 
Ansen Stephen, laborer, h. 6 Rogers block, Washington 
Anshelm John H., boot and shoe maker, 158 Harvard, 

house do. 
Ansorge Alfred E., organ regulator, 624 Main, house 5 

Ashburton place 
Anthony George N., clergyman, house 7 Shepard 
Anthony Francis W., student H. U., rooms 34 Gray's 

hall 
Anthony Henry L., printer (45 Pearl, B.), h. Mt. Pleasant, 
Anthony John G. Mrs., house 96 Franklin 
Apel Frederick, currier, house Ninth, near Cambridge 
Applegate A. Juclson (L. Pratt & Co.), jeweler, 475 

Main, house 88 School 
Appleton Benjamin B., house 51 Hancock 
Appleton Chas. D., clerk (76 Summer, B.), bds. 12 Cottage 
Appleton Chas. T. P., shoe dealer (122 Court, B.), house 

50 Trowbridge 
Appleton C. Frank, boots and shoes (13 Court, B.) house 

3 Ellsworth av. 
Appleton Elizabeth M., widow, of John, h. 17 Roseland 
Appleton John H., law student and proctor H. IT., bds. 

50 Trowbridge 
Appleton J. Warren, house 223 Harvard 
Appleton Warren J., house and sign painter (98 King- 
ston, B.), house 12 Cottage 
Appleton Wm. H, clerk, 93 Fourth, bds. (37 Blossom, B.) 
Appleton Wm. W., grocer, 93 Fourth, h. (37 Blossom, B.) 
Applin Benjamin, house 7 Dover 



42 CAMBEIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 

Applin Clarence S., house 131 North avenue 
APPLIN SUMNER (Shaw & Applin), furniture mnfr., 
54 Bridge, and (27 Sudbury, B.), house 131 North 
avenue 
Apsey Wra. S. Rev., pastor North Cambridge Baptist 

Society, h. 11 Coggswell avenue 
Apsley Geo. E., lawyer, house 229 Green 
Apthorp Harrison O., teacher of elocution, house 17 Put- 
nam avenue [nam avenue 
Apthorp Harrison O., jr., student H. U., rooms 17 Put- 
Apthorp John V., clerk, rooms 17 Putnam avenue 
Arakelyan Jacob J., printer Riverside Press, boards 88 

Pleasant 
Archambeau Alfred, gardener, house 4 South 
Archer Ellen M. H. Mrs., copyist Court House, boards 62 

Thorndike 
Arey David B., currier, house 91 Chestnut 
Arey Reuben, leather (95 High, B.), house 132 Austin 
Argush August, boards 34 Second 
Argush Chas., brass finisher, boards 34 Second 
Arkerson Albert, rope maker, house 12 Park 
Arkerson Charles A., clerk (181 Wash., B.), bds. 85 River 
Arkerson Francis, rope maker, house 2 Davis 
Arkerson George W., boards. 85 River 
Arkerson John, laborer, house 10 Willard court 
Arkerson Leonard, rope mnfr. (Western av., Brighton), 

house 85 River 
Arkerson M. Etta Miss, teacher Training school, Sacra- 
mento, boards 85 River 
Armstrong Anna, widow of Henry, h. 4 Tufts 
Armstrong Charles, lithographer Riverside Press, house 

Allston 
Armstrong E. H., law student H. IT., rooms 404 Harvard 
Armstrong Henrietta, widow, house 49 Pine 
Armstrong Henry, furniture polisher G. Woods & Co., 

boards 17 Boardman 
Armstrong Irwin, laborer, house 4 Sands 
Armstrong James, clergyman, house 43 Baldwin 
Armstrong James, laborer, house 9 Valentine 
Armstrong Mary A., widow of Wm. C, h. 24 Cherry 
Armstrong Osmon S., machinist, boards 43 Baldwin 
Armstrong Samuel, cooper, boards 186 Norfolk 
Armstrong Samuel W., teamster, boards 178 Columbia 
Armstrong William, marble worker, house 19 Vine 
Armstrong William M., cooper, house 44 Antrim 
ARNAUD WILLIAM S., supt. P. O., 625 Main 
Arno John, salesman, house 41 Western avenue 
Arno Oliver H., regulator M. & H. Organ Co., house at 
Somerville 



CAMBRIDGE [^] DIRECTORY. 43 

Arnold George, nurse, house 58 Mt. Auburn 

Arnold Geo. A., asst. librarian law school H. IT., house 

713 Cambridge 
Arnold George B., teamster, house 119 Spring 
Arnold Gershom E., bouquet maker Hovey & Co., Cam- 
bridge, opp. Highland av., bds. at Somerville 
Arnold Jane Miss, dressmaker, house 88 Auburn 
Arnold John H., librarian law school H. U., house 10 

Frisbie place 
Arnold Joseph W., publisher, house 5 Park 
Arnold Margaret Miss, nurse, house 88 Auburn 
Arnold Samuel S., hide and leather dealer (12 Matthews, 

B.), house 741 Main 
Arnold Thomas, carpenter, h. 4 Rogers blk., Washington 
Arrowsmith Herold, student, rooms 14 Lawrence hall 
Artesani Alfred, shoemaker, h. 117 Western avenue 
Arthur Alexander S., printer, 600 Main, bds. 100 Austin 
Arthur Samuel M., pressman Welch, Bigelow & Co., h. 

31 Bow 
Ash Charles W., yard master Boston & Lowell R. R., h. 

184 Cambridge 
Ashburner Anne Miss, house 71 Kirkland 
Ashburner Grace Miss, house 71 Kirkland 
Ashton Henry B., brush maker, 12 Gore, h. 56 Winter 
Ashton W. T., painter, 446 Main 
Atchison Winifred, widow, house 42 School 
Athearn Lydia R., widow, house 39 Essex 
Athearn Susan F., teacher Harvard Grammar school, bds. 

39 Essex [house 

Atherton Edward H., student H. U., rooms 3 College 
Atherton Lewis B., painter B. L. & N. R. R. shop, house 

124 Spring 
Atherton Mary J., widow of Chas. F., h. 56 Fairmont 
Atkins Alexander, house 83 Gore 
Atkins Ann, widow, house rear 65 Mt. Auburn 
Atkins Charles H., student H. U., rms 27 Divinity hall 
Atkins Emilie E. Mrs., dressmaker, 563 Main, house do. 
Atkins George M., clerk Henry Atkins, 345 North av., h. 

at Somerville 
Atkins Henry, hay, grain and straw, 345 North avenue, 

cor. Cedar, h. at No. Adams 
Atkins Nathan K.,' glass ware agent (Boston), b. 85 Gore 
Atkins Walter D., printer Riverside Press, house 3 Sy- 

mond's block, DeWolf 
Atkins William, carpenter, house 85 Gore 
Atkinson Andrew, teamster, house 84 School 
Atkinson Edward W., student H. TJ., rms 46 Gray's hall 
Atkinson Kinsman, clergyman, house 10 Appian-way 
Atkinson Richard H., molder G. Woods & Co., house 

507 Main 



44 CAMBRIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 

Atkinson William D., painter, house 12 Suffolk 
Atkinson William H., student H. XL, bds. 10 Appian-way 
Atkinson William S., iron worker, house 2 Holly 
Atwill Emeline N., widow of John B., boarding house 2 

Russell, corner North avenue 
Atwood Benjamin F., bookkeeper (52 Summer, B.), h. 5 

Chester 
Atwood Charles E., student H. XL, rooms 9 College House 
Atwood Charles H., ticket master B. L. & N. R. R., house 

133 Otis 
ATWOOD DAVID, oyster dealer (32 Faneuil hall sq., 

B.), house 74 Allston 
Atwood Elizabeth M., widow of Stephen, h. 83 Pleasant 
Atwood Ephraim, bookkeeper (153 Tremont, B.), house 

89 Thorndike 
Atwood Isaac M., pastor Third Universalist society, h. 

Cedar, near Summer, West Somerville 
Atwood Josiah C, clerk (32 Faneuil hall sq., B.), bds. 

74 Allston 
Atwood Stephen W., traveling salesman, h. 12)^ Pearl 
Audette Thomas, brick maker, house 40 Reed 
Auger Peter, cabinet maker, boards 3 East 
August Seth, laborer, house Lowland avenue 
Austin Alexander, laborer, house 30 Winter 
Austin Bridget, widow of James, house 28 Vine 
Austin Charles A., brush maker (35 Exchange, B.), house 

185 Cambridge [Arlington 

Austin Edward P., prof, of astronomy H. U., house 15 
Austin George H., salesman, boards 57 River 
Austin George L., author, boards 7 Everett 
Austin Herbert, student H. IT., rooms 3 Thayer hall 
Austin Nathan N., butter maker, house 98 Pearl 
Austin Patrick, laborer, house 58 Winter 
Austin Robert, book agent, boards 57 River 
Austin Susan S., widow of Richard T., house 21 Linnaean 
Austin Thomas, laborer, house 230 Bridge 
Austin William A., student H. U., rooms 22 Weld hall 
Authier Azarie, potter, h. Richdale avenue, near pottery 
Authier Joseph, potter, h. Richdale avenue, near pottery 
Avann Robert S., proctor H. U., rooms 56 College house 
Averell Chas. B., clerk (7 Court, B.), bds. 48 Austin 
Averell Charles H., salesman (Hanover, cor. Elm, B.), h. 

48 Austin 
Averell Geary C, carpenter, house 30 Upton 
Averell Leonard M. (64 Broad, B.), house 23 Prince 
Averill Arthur B., clerk, 153 North avenue, bds. 5 White 
Averill Joseph, carpenter, house 104 Norfolk 
Averill Joseph W., stone ledge, foot of Tannery, h. 5 White 
Avery Albert E., student H. U., rooms 4 Thayer hall 



CAMBRIDGE [$] DIRECTORY. 45 

Avery Chas. B., commercial traveler (88 North, B.), bds. 

32 Broadway [Squire's court 

Avery George F., laborer J. P. Squire & Co., boards 14 
Avery John, teamster, house 32 Broadway 
Avery John, slater, house rear 21 Carson 
Axtman John, brass finisher (Charlestown), house rear 46 

Spring [46 Spring 

Axtman John L., wood turner Shaw & Applin, boards r. 
Ayer Olive Mrs., house 7 Dover 
Ayers Andrew J., carpenter, house 122 Auburn 
Ayers Ann, widow of William, house 106 Otis 
Ayers Daniel, laborer, house 65 Elm 
Ayers George C, sawyer (Charlestown), h. 31 Charles 
Ayers Geo. David, student H. U., rms. 46 College house 
Ayers Thomas, carver (Boston), house 50 Fifth 
Ayers William F., cabinet maker, house 106 Otis 
Aylward James, wholesale liquors, 6 Gore, house do. 
Ay 1 ward Richard, teamster, house 449 Cambridge 
Aylward William J., carpenter, h. 39 Harvey, n. Clay 

BABBITT ALBERT, bronzer, house 105 Prospect 
Babbitt James H., clerk (B.), bds. 11 Lake View avenue 
Babbitt Maria P. Mrs., house 16 Wendell 
Babcock Frank H., varnish mnfr. (Allston), house 89 

Putnam atenue 
Babcock George, fireman B. L. & N. R. R., h. 28 East 
Babcock Georgiana Mrs., house 56 Sydney 
Babcock John, copal varnish mnfr. (2 Liberty sq., B.), h. 

19)4 Inman 
Babcock John M. L. Rev., editor, house 53 Holyoke 
Babcock Lysander F., varnish mnfr. (2 Liberty sq., B.) 

house 109 Western avenue 
Bachmann Herrmann, cigar mnfr. and lager beer, 36 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Bachoff John, currier, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Bachofner Emil, hairdresser, 2-J- Holyoke, bds. at Boston 
Backus Frederick E., telegrapher, house 9 Elm 
Backus Georgiana L. Miss, teacher Felton primary school, 

boards 255 Broadway 
Backus Jane G., widow, house 255 Broadway 
Bacon Allen J., mnfr. Redding's Russia salve, 25 Main, h. 
114 Norfolk [worthy hall 

Bacon Charles William, student H. U., rooms 21 Hoi- 
Bacon Edward R., student H. U., rms 30 Stoughton hall 
Bacon Fred. P., reporter Boston Daily Globe (236 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 67 Magazine 
Bacon Henry A. Mrs., house 116 Thorndike 
Bacon James P., reporter Daily Advertiser (27 Court, B.), 
house 92 Inman 



46 CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 

Bacon James S., clerk (6 Boylston, B.), h. 2 Essex court 

Bacon John D., tailor (74 Summer, B.), h. 20 Elm 

Bacon John G., carriage painter (Quincy), h. 19 Wallace 

Bacon Leonard, house 158 Thorndike 

Bacon Lucy A., widow of Warren, h. 17 Lee 

Bacon M. Clinton, at Wm. T. Richardson's, College whf., 

house Orchard, near Chester, Somerville 
BACON ROBERT, shirt, collar and cuff manufacturer 

(414 Washington, B.), h. 113 Washington 
Bacon Robert, student H. IT., rooms 20 Little's block 
Bacon Timothy W., bds 158 Thorndike 
Badger William H., organ finisher G. Woods & Co., h. at 

Reading 
Bagley Cornelius, laborer, house 45 Reed 
Bagley Joanna, widow of Owen, h. 22 Brewer 
Bagley John, laborer, house 188 Norfolk 
Bagley Michael, dry pressman, bds. 22 Brewer 
Bagnell Joanna, widow of John, h. r. 41 Charles 
Bailey Albert D., engineer B. L. & N. R. R., house 603^ 

Cambridge [ington 

Bailey Alfred, mason, h. Waverly, east of Fort Wash- 
Bailey Alfred J., bds. 31 Front 
Bailey Benjamin F., student H. U., rooms Sacramento pi., 

1st on left 
Bailey Charles, bds. 31 Holyoke I 

Bailey Henry, painter, house 31 Front [ct. 

Bailey Henry W., teamster, h. Squires brick blk., Squires 
Bailey Isaac W. (Isaac W. Bailey & Co.), carpenter, 88 

Auburn, h. do. 
Bailey Isaac W. & Co. (Isaac W. Bailey and John W. 

McAloney), carpenters and builders, 88 Auburn 
Bailey Isaiah, mason, h. Waverly, cor. Putnam av. 
Bailey Jacob, teamster, h. 60 Hastings 
Bailey Jacob L., furniture, carpets, etc., 67 Cambridge 

and 17 North Second, h. 39 Second 
Bailey Josephine S., music teacher, house 88 Auburn 
Bailey Lewis, artesian wells, h. 5 Elmer 
Bailey Oakley H. (O. H. Bailey & Co.), publisher, 83 In- 

man, house do. [Inraan 

Bailey O. H. & Co. (Oakley H. Bailey), art publishers, 83 
Bailey Parker N., student H. U., rooms 77 Mt. Auburn 
Bailey Samuel W., clerk, h. 39 Second 
Bailey Rishton T., bookkeeper Wm. Muller, h. Tannery, 

1st on left 
Bailey Theodore A., tinman, h. Waverly, c. Putnam av. 
Bailey William, laborer L. R. R., h. 22 East 
Bailey William Silas, clerk 67 Cambridge, bds. 39 Second 
Bailey see Bayley 
Baker Ada W. Miss, teacher Felton primary school, bds. 

20£ Bigelow 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 47 

Baker Alfred, brushmaker, h. 31 Rice 

Baker Arven T., engineer Bird's iron foundry, house 15 

Baldwin 
Baker A. William, harnessmaker 102 Main, h. do. 
Baker Catherine C. Mrs., house 2 Holmes place 
Baker Chas. E., foreman Bird's foundry, boardsl75 Main 
Baker Chas. L. W., brushmaker, h. 169 Prospect 
Baker Charles R., supt A. & E. Barton & Co., 12 Gore, h. 

Faulkner station, at Maiden 
Baker C. Alice Miss, teacher private school (5 Charles, 

B.), boards 2 Holmes place 
Baker Eben, milkman, house 15 Park 
Baker Edgar P., clerk 543 Main, h. School, cor. Pine 
Baker Edward, milkman, house 15 Park 
Baker Edward T., teamster, house 71 Sixth 
Baker Elbridge, laborer, house 4 Elmer 
Baker Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin, h. 91 Gore 
Baker Ezra H., student H. U., rooms 19 Thayer hall 
Baker Frank P., foreman whitening dept., Chas W. Mun- 

roe & Co., h. Spring [hall 

Baker Frank W., student H. U., rooms 18 Lawrence 
Baker Hannah P. Mrs., house 20f Bigelow 
Baker Henry, glass cutter, bds. 91 Gore 
Baker John, laborer, house 4 Lechmere place 
Baker John F., britannia worker F. Draper & Co., house 

rear 142 Spring 
Baker John M., dry goods, 21 Brattle, h. 9>£ Wallace 
Baker Lucas, teacher of drawing in public schools (B.), 

h. 13 Pleasant place 
Baker Moore, grocer, 421 Main, house 2 Cherry 
Baker Nathaniel, miller 240 Main, house 229 Main 
Baker Osborn H., polisher 162 Broadway, h. 19 Pine 
Baker Walter, organ pipe maker S. S. Hamill, boards 91 

Gore [Boston 

Baker William H., instructor in Gynaecology H. U., h. at 
Baker William L., boards 91 Gore 
Baker William L., baker, house 224 Broadway 
Baker Willis, fish dealer (35 and 36 Commercial wharf, 

B.), house 87 Green 
Balch Augusta L. Miss, teacher Boardman primary school, 

boards 35 Pearl 
Balch Edwin Swift, student H. U., rooms 25 Holyoke 
Balch Frank E., supt. Memorial dining hall H. U., house 

146 Mt. Auburn [Auburn 

Balch Fred. H., clerk (57 Sudbury, B.), bds. 146 Mount 
Balch Israel D., restaurant, 36 Third and auctioneer 

(Lynn), house 86 Cambridge 
Balch John H,, clerk Geo. H. Lyon, bds. 3 Shepard 



48 CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 

Balch Moses P., watchmaker and jeweler, 559 Main, h. 35 

Pearl [142 Spring 

Balcom Frank M., driver C. W. H. Moulton & Co., h. rear 
Balcom Hollis, peddler, house 133 Spring 
Balcom Oliver, peddler, house 133 Spring 
Balcom Reuben Mrs., house 73 Washington / 

Balcom Stephen W., house 771 Main 
Baldrey Stephen, teamster (3 Chatham, B.), h. 102 Otis 
Baldwin Benjamin G., clerk F. A. Gerry, North avenue, 

boards 114 do. 
Baldwin B. Frank, tinsmith, boards 342 Broadway 
Baldwin Edward E., lard and oil (5 John, B.), boards 114 

North avenue. 
Baldwin Eugene, clerk (47 Pearl, B.), b. 114 North av. 
Baldwin F. L. Miss, matron House of Correction, boards 

Third, corner Thorndike 
Baldwin Geo. J. W., tinman, D. S. Co., bds. 32 Park 
Baldwin Henry C, student H. U., bds. at Somerville 
Baldwin James W., provision dealer (25 North Market, 

B.), house 114 North avenue 
Baldwin James W., jr., clerk (5 Commerce, B.), house 114 

North avenue 
Baldwin Mary, widow of David, house 39 Charles 
Baldwin Nicholas, engineer Memorial hall, rooms 10 

Daniels, court 
Baldwin Peter L., letter carrier (P. O., B.), house 25 

Washington 
•Baldwin Richard, carpenter, house 10 Daniels court 
Baldwin Rollin Carroll, student H. U., rooms 32 Stough- 

ton hall 
Balfe John, house McCabe 
Balfe Patrick, laborer, house 8 Porter 
Balfe Peter, teamster, house 34 Jefferson 
Ball Calvin S., provisions (3 Union Market, B.), house 18 

Pleasant 
Ball Edward, grocer, Spring, cor. Fourth, h. 92 Fourth 
Ball Elijah, house 5 Brewer 
Ball Eliza A. Mrs., house rear 9 Fifth 
Ball George E., boards 5 Brewer 

Ball George M., clerk (9 Chauncy, B.), h. r. 202 Allston 
Ball Henry P., jobbing, house 84 Harvard 
Ball Horace W M civil engineer, office Court House, house 

at Belmont 
Ball James H., clerk (13 Broad, B.), boards 1 Austin 
Ball Jennie Miss, music teacher, boards 92 Fourth 
Ball John L., milkman, house 5 Brewer 
Ball Joseph A., salesman (13 Broad, B.), bds. 1 Austin 
Ball Joseph G., baker, 3 Austin, house 1 do. 



CAMBRIDGE []$] DIRECTORY. 49 

Ball Nellie F.Miss, teacher Putnam Grammar school, bds. 

92 Fourth [~Otis 

Ball T. Henry, stationer (8 City Hall av., B.), boards 123 
Ballam Alexander, laborer, house 25 DeWolf 
Ballard Joseph, compositor University Press, house 16 

Wallace 
Ballou Hosea S., student H. U., rooms 8 Stoughton hall 
Balmer Richard, upholsterer, Bath, cor. Mt. Auburn, h. 

12 Appian-way 
Balmer William, blacksmith, 9 Church, house 3 Oak 
Bancroft Charles L., clerk (City Hall, B.), h. 115 Auburn 
Bancroft Eliza V. Mrs. (Bancroft & Hayward), fancy 

goods, 434 Cambridge, house do. 
Bancroft Joel C. proprietor ISTo. Cambridge and Somer- 

ville express office, Somerville av. n. Porter's station, 

house 15 Mead 
Bancroft John W., steam fitter, house 434 Cambridge 
Bancroft Joseph H., paper hangings (121 Hanover, B.), 

house 380 Harvard 
Bancroft Lydia E., house 4 Brewer's block, Brattle square 
Bancroft Robert B., Tenderer, house 7 Kinnaird 
Bancroft William A., student H. U., rooms 4 Brewers 

block, Brattle square 
Bancroft & Hayward (Mrs. Eliza V. Bancroft and Miss 

Elizabeth C. Hayward), fancy goods, 434 Cambridge 
Bander Antone, varnisher, house 35 Webster aveuue 
Bangs Eliza, widow of Jacob N., house 84 Winsor 
Bangs Charles W, foreman (65 Fulton, B.), h. 55 Fifth 
Bangs Louise Miss, house 794 Main 

Banks E. S. Miss, clerk Cambridge P O., h. at Waltham 
Banks James H., waiter, Memorial hall, rooms Holmes pi. 
Banks John, hostler Thurston, Hall & Co., h. rear 39 Elm 
Banks Parker, printer, University Press, rooms 7 Daniels 

court 
Banks Robert, laborer, house 27 West 
Bannan Philip, hostler J. Pike & Co., b. 24 Farwell pi. 
Barber Hannah P. Mrs., house 180 Harvard 
Barber Robert, house 180 Harvard 
Barber Robert S., molder, boards 180 Harvard 
Barbey Jacob A., baker, house 16 Lincoln 
BARBOUR ALFRED L., sec. and treas. Cambridge 

Mut. Fire Ins. Co., 555 Main, h. 85 Franklin 
Barbour James S., clerk Cambridge Gas Light Co., house 

12 Ellery 
Barbour John N., executor estate of Seth Adams (7 

Doane, B.), house 85 Franklin 
Barbour Walworth O., clerk Walworth Mnfg. Co., 368 

Main, house 1 Boardman place 
4 



50 CAMBRIDGE [J$] DIRECTORY. 

Barbour William S., city engineer, office City hall, and 

(Barbour & Hodges) (28 State, room 40, B.), h. 14 

Cottage 
Barboza Manuel, laborer, house Lowland avenue 
Barcelo Ralph, book binder, bds. 41 Blackstone 
Barchman John, cabinet maker, house 112 Spring 
Barden Edward, mason, boards 26 Vine 
Bard well Samuel D., lawyer (Shelburne Falls), house 

860 Main [Coolidge av. 

Barker Alexander A., supt. of interments, Mt. Auburn, h. 
Barker Charles, japanner, house 4 Harrison 
Barker Charles E., painter, house 60 Pearl 
Barker Charles F., printer, boards 8 Houghton 
Barker Charles H., confectioner house 2 Corliss place 
Barker Cora A., bookkeeper A. McDonald, bds. A. A. 

Barker's, Coolidge avenue 
Barker David A. S., clerk, 568 Main, cor. Pearl, bds. 59 

Fairmont 
Barker Edmund P. (New York), house 4 Centre 
Barker Frank W., clerk (459 Washington, B.), bds. A. A. 

Barker's, Coolidge avenue 
Barker George T., house 59 Fairmont 
Barker George T., jr., printer Riverside Press, boards 109 

Allston [dike 

Barker Henry A., salesman (17 Avon, B.), h. 125 Thorn- 
Barker Hiram D., bookkeeper, house 15 Mead 
Barker Hugh T., gas fitter, house 2 Corliss place 
Barker Isaiah, shoemaker (35 Bromfield, B.), boards 8 

Houghton [8 Houghton 

Barker James, boot and shoemaker (35 Bromfield, B.), h. 
Barker James Edward, iceman Boston Ice Co., bds. rear 

5 Harvard square [17 Arlington 

Barker James M., justice of the peace, 19 Brattle, boards 
Barker John, carpenter, house 27 Tuttle 
Barker John H., gardener, 330 Harvard, boards do. 
Barker John S., printer Riverside Press, boards 26 Jay 
Barker Joseph, watchman Union Glass Co. (Somerville), 

house 190 Hampshire 
Barker Thomas J., cabinet maker, house 55 Winter 
Barker William H., laborer, house 5 Vine 
Barker William H., jr., laborer, boards 5 Vine 
Barker William R., musician, boards 8 Houghton 
Barker Wm. Wilton Dutton, gardener, bds. 2 Corliss pi. 
Barker William W. D., porter H. U., r'ms rear 13 Antrim 
Barkman Adam, laborer, house 131 Brookline 
Barkman John, machinist, 72 Main, house 259 Broadway 
Barlage Frank, currier, boards 440 North avenue 
Barlow Archer H., laborer, house 70 Elm 
Barlow John J., jeweler (Wash., B.), h. 155>£ Harvard 



CAMBRIDGE [B] 'DIRECTORY. 51 

Barlow Peter T., student H. IT., rooms 2 Beck hall 
Barnard Albert E., butcher at J. P. Squire's, h. 9 Fifth 
Barnard Lawrence J., confectioner, house 58 Elm 
Barnard Thomas L., produce (India street market, B.), h. 

46 Trowbridge [av. 

Barnes Albert M., com. mer. (22 Broad, B.), h. 81 North 
Barnes David H., clerk (B.), house 71}4 Western avenue 
Barnes George W., clerk Dover Stamping Co., house 166 

Putnam avenue 
Barnes James, saloon, Inman sq., junction Cambridge and 

Hampshire, house 75 Inman 
Barnes John, note teller (Merchants National Bank, 28 

State, B.), house 31 Bowdoin 
Barnes J. Llewellyn, student, boards 19 Mellen 
Barnes Lemuel H., coachman, 88 North avenue, house 

Beacon, corner Oxford 
Barnes William, clerk, Inman sq., junction Cambridge and 

Hampshire, house 71 Inman 
Barnes William W., printer (Devonshire, B.), b. 22 Elm 
Barnes Winslow B., shoemaker, 249 Broadway, h. 22 Elm 
Barnett Alexander, cigar maker, house 4 Soden place 
Barnett George H., teamster, house 7 Hancock 
Barnett John W., hostler, house 48 DeWolf 
Barnett William, laborer, house 48 DeWolf 
Barnicoat George F., cabinet maker, boards 134 Spring 
Baron Benjamin, boards 8 Portland 
Baron Edwin, cigar maker, 432>£ Harvard, house at 

Somerville 
Baron Herman A. C, brush maker, house 8 Portland 
Baron Jacob, florist, boards 32 Linnaean 
Baron, see Barron 
Barr Alexander, house 8 Laurel 
Barr Ellen D. Miss, house 8 Laurel 

Barr Peter, book binder Riverside Press, h. 8 Walnut ct. 
Barr Peter, jr., book binder, boards 8 Walnut court 
Barrell James S., master Putuam grammar school, house 

96 Thprndike 
Barrett Andrew, laborer, house 2 Suffolk 
Barrett Andrew J., stair builder, boards 2 Suffolk 
Barrett Angeline L. Miss, boards 14 Lowell 
Barrett Bridget, widow of John, house 8 North 
Barrett Clifford M., clerk and collector, boards 14 Lowell 
Barrett Edward, laborer, house 19 Jefferson 
Barrett Edward G., clerk Adams express (220 Federal, 

B.), house 11 Wallace [Cambridge 

Barrett James, gardener Hovey & Co., house Line, near 
Barrett Johanna, widow of John, house 7 Lechmere place 
Barrett John, laborer, house 5 Porter 
Barrett John J., plumber (B.), boards 7 Lechmere place 



52 CAMBRIDGE [$] DIRECTORY. 

Barrett Michael, house 45 Harding, opp. Porter 

Barrett Michael, house 86 Green 

Barrett Michael J., liquors, 243 Cambridge, bds. 23 Carson 

Barrett Patrick, glass worker, boards 8 North 

Barrett Richard, laborer, house 26 North 

Barrett Richard, peddler, house McCabe 

Barrett Richard, glass blower N. E. Glass Co., b. 26 North 

Barrett William P., gardener, 334 Harvard, boards do. 

Barri Fanny H., widow of John W\, house 13 Norfolk 

Barri John A., clerk Metropolitan Nat'l Bank (57 Brattle, 

B.), boards 13 Norfolk 
Barri Martin, finisher M. & H. Organ Co., h. 220 Harvard 
Barri, see Barry 

Barrieau Joseph, laborer, house 109 Spruce 
Barrieau Louis, gardener, house 1 Clay, corner Spruce 
Barrington Arthur H., student Episcopal Divinity school, 

rooms 8 Lawrence hall 
Barrington Charles H., drug clerk, boards 9 Brown 
Barrington Frederick, gardener, boards 38 Ellery 
Barrington George T., clerk (B.), boards 9 Brown 
Barrington Thomas, gardener, house 9 Brown 
Barron Patrick, brass finisher, 368 Main 
Barron Patrick J., brass finisher, 368 Main, h. 114 Winsor 
Barron Thomas E., baker, 120 Webster av. and Rogers 

block, Brewery, house do. 
Barron William, brass finisher, 368 Main, house 34 Union 
Barron William, baker, house 8 Cherry 
Barron William J., brass finisher, house 34 Union 

Barron , gardener, boards 26 Holyoke 

Barrow James E., printer (B.), house 16 Warland 

Barrows Ansel, house 16 Warland 

Barrows Cyrus A., driver U. R. Co., house 3 Chapman pi. 

Barrows Frank T., clerk, house 54 Pleasant 

Barrows Morton, student H. U., r'ms 22 Stoughton Hall 

Barrows Mrs., widow, house 54 Pleasant 

Barry David, carriage painter, boards 118 Prospect 

Barry David, saloon, 57 Spruce, house 46 Spruce 

Barry James, laborer, house 192 Bridge 

Barry James D., salesman (319 Washington, B.), house 

111 Magazine 
Barry John, clerk, boards 378 Cambridge 
Barry John, laborer, house rear 122 Brookline 
Barry John F., private watchman (East Boston), house 

111 Magazine 
Barry Margaret, widow of Wm., h. 200 Norfolk 
Barry Mary, widow of John, boards 16 North 
Barry Mary, widow of Lawrence, h. 378 Cambridge 
Barry Mary, widow of James, house 125 Third 
Barry Mary Miss, house 118 Prospect 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 53 

Barry Mary A., widow of William J., h. 133 Thorndike 
Barry Matthias, marble polisher, h. 44 Washington 
Barry Michael, plasterer, house 347 Broadway 
Barry Patrick, carriage washer (4 Bowdoin sq., B.), h. 
17 Carson [Washington 

Barry Richard E., brass molder, 368 Main, boards 44 
Barry Timothy, potato peddler, house 11 Willow place 
Barry, see Barri 

Barstow Henry T., student H. IT., rooms 12 Hollis hall 
Barteaux Elisha, hostler, boards 49 Pine 
Bartholomew Susan W., widow of Edwin, h. 31 Blackstone 
Bartlett Bartholomew, flagman B. & A. R. R., Broadway, 

house Main, next R. R. 
Bartlett Bela N., machinist, house 145 Otis 
Bartlett Chas. H., ottomans and hassocks (49 Union, B.), 

boards 145 Otis 
Bartlett Daniel, potter, house Sands, corner Banks 
Bartlett Edward E., carpenter, boards 84 Austin 
Bartlett Enoch, driver U. R. Co., h. 5 Harvard square 
Bartlett Francis M., house 121 Oxford, cor. Harris . 
Bartlett George A., asst. Prof, of German H. U., rooms 

27 Beck hall 
Bartlett Geo. B., clerk (49 Union, B.) bds. 145 Otis 
Bartlett Horace S., apothecary, 452 Harvard, h. 6 Story 
Bartlett James N., machinist, house 35 Seventh 
Bartlett John (Little, Brown & Co.), bookseller and pub- 
lisher (254 Washington, B.), h. 165 Brattle 
Bartlett John A., sawyer G. Woods & Co., h. 11 Watson 
Bartlett John T., janitor Little's blk., Harvard sq., b. do. 
Bartlett Joseph H. W., U. S. pensioner, h. 15 Myrtle 
Bartlett Mary H., widow of David C, h. 55 Essex 
Bartlett Nathaniel C, student H. U., rooms 34 Matthews 

hall 
Bartley Mary, widow of John M., house 88 Fifth 
Barton Clarence E., clerk, 168 Gore, h. 55 Third 
Barton Fred Otis, student H. U., boards 14 Dana 
Barton George H., boards 11 Jay 
Barton George M., at Cambridge Laundry, h. 11 Jay 
Barton Henry, student H. U., bds. 46 Mt. Auburn 
Barton John, rooms 90 Norfolk 
Barton Milton H., student H. U., boards 14 Dana 
Barton Otis, dry goods (Manchester, N. H.), h. 14 Dana 
Bascom Wm. B., bookkeeper (40 State, B.), h. 183 Main 
Bass Jonathan H., boot maker, 23 Third, h. 93 Sixth 
Bass J. Warren, printer, boards 93 Sixth 
Bassett Alexander (Bassett & Hollis), bds. 14 Warland 
Bassett Charles, expressman, h. Plymouth, n. Berkshire 
Bassett Horace, house 11 Lake View av. 
Bassett Joseph, salesman (36 Washington, B.), boards 14 
Warland 



64 CAMBRIDGE [$] DIRECTORY. 

Bassett Samuel J., teamster, house 3 Dickinson 

Bassett & Hollis (A. Bassett and C. H. Hollis), organ 

stop makers, 382 Main 
Basward Frank S., carpenter, house 408 Main 
Batchelder Alfred R. (J. W. Low & Co.), leather mnfr., 

Belmont, cor. Reed, h. at Haverhill 
Batchelder Charles, molder, boards 55 Gore 
Batchelder Chas. F., student H. U., rooms 7 Kirkland 
Batchelder Elbridge A. H., express (Eastern R. R., B.), 

house 131 Franklin 
Batchelder George E., student H. U., rooms 6 Appian-way 
Batchelder Geo. F., boards 117 Otis 
Batchelder John G., book binder, house 22 Prince 
Batchelder John M., civil engineer (18 Pemberton sq., 

room 13, B.), h. 3 Divinity avenue 
Batchelder Joseph, driver, boards 44 Brookline 
Batchelder Julia A. Mrs., house 8 Prince 
Batchelder Samuel, house % 94 Brattle 
Batchelder Samuel, jr., counselor, Estes building, 15 

Brattle, h. 8 Hilliard [Harvard 

Batchelder Samuel D., clerk (Boston P. O.), house 248 
Batchelder Samuel H., britannia worker F. Draper & Co., 

house 40 Third 
Batchelder Susan A., widow, house 1-31 Franklin 
Batchelder Susan C. Mrs., house 7 Kirkland 
Batchelder William A., clerk (30 Canal, B.), house 131 

Franklin 
Batchelder Wm. F., policeman, house 114 Thorndike 
Bate Abbie, widow, house 56 Brighton 
Bate Charles H., printer (A. J. Wright, B.), house 22 

Wallace 
Bate, see Bates 

Bateinan Geo. H., clerk, 14 Gore, bds. 134 Bridge 
Bateman Wm. H., cabinet maker (Harrison av., B.), house 

Lechmere block, 134 Bridge 
Bates Asa E., stone cutter, house 82 Green 
Bates Benj. F., brass finisher, house 20 Fairmont 
Bates Charles, clerk (27 Winter, B.), h. 878 Main 
Bates Charlotte F. Miss, private school, 10 Ellery, bds. do. 
Bates D. Frank, clerk, boards 160 Prospect 
Bates Edward, plumber, basement 4 Hyde's block, 609 

Main, house 82 Green 
Bates Edward B., clerk, 550 Main, bds. 11 Norfolk 
Bates Eliza Mrs., house 10 Ellery 
Bates Erastus C, billiard room, 521 Main, house 145 

Washington 
Bates Esther A., widow of William, house 45 Brattle 
Bates Fletcher, bookkeeper (Traders National Bank, 91 

State, B.), h. 10 Ellery 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 55 

Bates Francis C, machinist, 72 Main, h. 179 Main 
Bates George, asst. rec. U. R. Co., boards 24 Shepard 
Bates George, pianoforte action maker, bds. 180 Harvard 
Bates George W., prop. Harvard Laundry, 6 Douglass, 

house 11 Norfolk 
Bates George W., house 2 Rogers block, Washington 
Bates James E., lawyer (B.), boards 19 Church 
Bates James V., house 19 Church 
Bates John S., dry goods, 587 Main, house 24 Shepard 
Bates Waldron, student H. U., rooms 34 Beck hall 
Bates William, mason, boards 24 Shepard 
Bates William H., at Custom House (B.), h. 15 Bigelow 
Battis Leonard, house 13 Jay 
Baty Richard Mrs., house foot Dunster 
Bauer Frederick, cabinet maker, house 177 Cambridge 
Baum James, laborer house off Mount Auburn, next City 

buildings 
BAUMEISTER AUGUSTUS, plumber, 11 Harvard 

row, house 8 Charles River 
Baxendale Samuel, shoddy mnfr., (Easton) h. 6 Mead 
Baxter Robert, watchman, house 168 Hampshire 
Baxter Stacy, professor of elocution H. U., h. at Boston 
Bay State Brick Co., rear 124 Spruce, office (5 Pember- 

ton square, B.) 
Bayley Augustus R. (A. R. Bayley & Co.), apothecary, 

607 Main and (Bayley & Richardson), 32 River, 

house 133 Austin 
Bayley Augustus R. & Co. (Augustus R. Bayley and 

Horatio S. Richardson) apothecaries, 607 Main 
Bayley Frank A., engineer, house 133 Austin 
Bayley & Richardson (Augustus R. Bayley and Horatio 

S. Richardson), apothecaries, 32 River 
Bayley, see Baylies, also Bailey 

Baylies Edmund L., student H. U., rooms 24 Beck hall 
Beach Henry H. A., assistant demonstrator of anatomy 

H. U., house at Boston 
Beach Susan E., widow, house 4 Rogers block, Main 
Beal Sophia, widow of David, house 106 Auburn 
Bealer Joseph J., wood carver, boards 55 Gore 
Beals Joseph J., clock maker, house 13 Rice 
Beals Joseph J., jr., clock maker, boards 13 Rice 
Beals William, decorator (68 Pitts, B.), house 9J River 
Bean James S., peddler, house 149 Winsor 
Bean John W., grocer, 149 Winsor, house do. 
Beane Enoch, provisions and fish market 908 Main, house 

6 Trowbridge 
Beane George A., clerk, 908 Main, boards 6 Trowbridge 
Bear John, lager beer and boarding house, 63 Sixth, h. do. 
Beard Edward L., manager of New York Associated 

Press (197 State, B.), house 22 Arlington 



56 CAMBRIDGE []$] DIRECTORY. 

Beard James, laborer, house 48 Harding 

Beard Luke, house 75 Hubbard av. 

Beards Thomas, steam pump maker, house 21 Green 

Bearse Benjamin, engineer, State, cor. Osborn, boards 5 

Dickinson [14 Ash 

Bearse David H., restaurant (97 South Market, B.), house 
Beattie John, carpenter, house 134 Harvard 
Beattie Robert W., grocer, 149 Bridge, house do. 
Beattie William, night watchman, house 7 Stinson court 
Beattie William, jr., printer, boards 7 Stinson court 
Bebo Joseph, laborer, house 117 Spruce 
Bechtel Annie A. Mrs., millinery, 66 Winter, house do. 
Bechtel N., polisher, house 66 Winter 
Beck Charles P., provisions, 565 Main, bds. 6 Auburn ct. 
Beck George S., provisions, 565 Main, bds. 6 Auburn ct. 
Beck Joseph, teamster F. Geldowsky, house at Somerville 
Beck Joseph C, gardener, 771 Main, house 1 Svmond's 

block, DeWolf 
Beck Sarah P., Miss, house 2 Gerry 
Beck Tobias, house 6 Auburn court 
Becker Frank, janitor Beck hall, Main, cor. Quincy sq., 

house do. 
Beckett Chas. P., bookkeeper (9 Chardon, B.) h. 41 Essex 
Beckett David, laborer, boards rear 78 Brighton 
Beckett Joseph R., book binder (Boston Public Library), 

house 64 Sydney [11 Broadway 

Beckett Richard, foreman Cambridge Gas Works, house 
Beckett William J., laborer, house 7 Sparks 
Beckett William J., jr., boards 7 Sparks 
Beckwith Loring E. Rev., teacher, house 26 Ash 
Bedell Daniel, hay dealer, 371 Main, house 2 Village 
Bedell Homer, clerk, 371 Main, boards 2 Village 
Beech Morgan W., law student H. U., rooms 471 Broad- 
way 
Beedle Melville C, carpenter, house 33 Bow 
Beers Hiram S., printer Boston Herald (6 Williams court, 

B.), house 24 Howard 
Beers Joseph S., agent, house 1 Rogers block, Main 
Belcher Arthur A., clerk, 12 Harvard row, boards 18 Ash 
Belcher Catharine, widow of John, boards 51 Wright 
Belcher Charles F., confectioner, 1 Harvard square, house 

67 Oxford 
Belcher Edward F., house 31 Holyoke 
Belcher George G., sign painter and dealer in picture 

frames, 589| Main, house 499 Main 
Belcher George W., carriage painter, h. 4 King place 
Belcher John E., clerk, bds. 31 Holyoke 
Belcher Joseph, pattern maker, 368 Main, bds. 42 Austin 
Belcher Joseph W., molder, house 8 Green 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 57 

Belches John W., sec'y Revere Fire Ins. Co. (48 Congress, 

B.), house 34 Wendell 
Bell George R., boards Rogers block 
Bell John S., student H. IL, rooms 24 Holyoke House 
Bell Rob't, wheelwright, Cambridge, junction Bridge, b. do. 
Bellew Lawrence W"., hackman, boards 75 Elm 
Bellew Robert, laborer, house 75 Elm 
Beluche Andrew, carpenter, h. 4 Riverside place 
Beluche John, book binder, bds. 4 Riverside place 
Bement Gerald, student H. IL, rooms 13 Weld hall 
Bemis Drucilla D. Mrs., dressmaker, 414 Main, house do. 
Bern is Jonathan W., physician, h. Walker, cor. Shepard 
Bemis Margaret, widow of Abraham, house 118 Fourth 
Bemis Richard, laborer, house rear 118 Fourth 
Benald Thomas, teamster A. H. Hews& Co., b. 2 Russell 
Benard Jos. H., glass blower, house 458 Cambridge 
Benham Henry H., student H. U., rooms 21 Felton bldg. 
Benhardt George, confectioner, house 14 Hastings 
Benhardt John Geo., cabinet maker, h. 12 Hastings 
Benner Miles A., house 24 Upton 
Bennett Albert T., organ maker, Fifth, cor. Otis, house at 

Somerville 
Bennett Bernard, shoemaker (8 City Hall av., B.), house 

32 Banks, near Flagg 
Bennett Chas. H., car builder (B. & A. repair shop, All- 

ston), house 8 Rockwell 
Bennett Charles H., jr., car builder (B. & A. repair shop, 

Allston), boards 8 Rockwell 
Bennett Daniel, boards 112 Thorndike 
Bennett Frank H., driver Wm. Wright, house Brighton 
Bennett Geo. A., milkman, bds. 145 Mount Auburn 
Bennett James H., produce (19 No. Market, B.), house 17 

Inraan 
Bennett Oliver, house Richdale avenue, near Walden 
Bennett Samuel C, student H. IT., rooms 34 Thayer hall 
Bennett Walter I., shipping clerk (4 Alden, B.), house 36 

Market 
Bennett Wilder, mason, house 80 Thorndike 
Bennett William, masun, order box 196 North avenue, h. 

29 Bolton 
Bennett Wm. Z., student H. IL, rooms 34 College house 
Benney Nathaniel, proof reader Riverside Press, house 21 

Putnam place 
Bennink Cornelius G. H., dry goods, 581 Main, h. 23 Inman 
Bennink E. A. Mrs., millinery and human hair goods, 645 

Main, house 46 Austin 
Bennink Gerritt J., peddler, house 115 Washington 
Bennink Leonard, clerk (19 Chauncy, B.j, b. 115 Wash- 
ington 



58 CAMBRIDGE [$] DIRECTORY. 

Benshimol Joshua, cigar maker, house 510 Cambridge 

Benson Albert S., box maker, house 11 Clark 

Benson Henry J. H., hairdresser, 117 Cambridge, h. do. 

Benson John, gardener, house 11 Eliot 

Benson John M., carpenter, State, cor. Osborn,h. 51 Pearl 

Benson Mason D., treas. F. R. R. (Causeway, B.), house 

110 North avenue 
Benson Moses, waiter Memorial hall 
Bent Chas. E., bookkeeper (Quincy Market, B.), h. 151 Otis 
Bent Chas. R., compositor University Press, rms. 16 Story 
BENT GEORGE C., lawyer (15 Pemberton square, B.), 

house 91j^ Inman 
BENT GEORGE H., coal and wood, 168 Main, near 

junction Harvard, house 8 Craig^ie, cor. Berkeley 
Bent John H. (Gage & Bent), 200 North av., north of 

Beech, boards Russell, cor. Orchard 
Bent Mary E., widow of Newell, house 164 Brattle 
Bent Samuel A., furniture (Chicago), house 5 Centre 
Bent Walter T., clerk and messenger Charles River Nat. 

Bank, boards 164 Brattle 
Bentley John H., house 22 Fifth 
Bentley Lydia, widow of John, house 22 Fifth 
Benton Perry, carpenter, house Andrew, n. Somerset 
Benton William A. Mrs., house 21 Mellen 
Benz Charles F., sausage maker, 75 Sixth, boards do. 
Benz George, sausage maker, house 162 Cambridge 
Benz Magdalena,> widow of George, sausage maker, 75 

Sixth, house do. 
Benzaquen H., foreman B. P. Clark & Co., cigar ranfr., 

Pear], near Main, house 387 Main 
Bergerow Henry, teamster, bds. rear 115 Spruce 
Bergerow Joseph, teamster, bds. rear 1.15 Spruce 
Bergerow Mary E., widow, house rear 115 Spruce 
Bergerow Peter, hostler U. R. Co., house 35 Reed 
Bergin Kyren, plasterer, house 49 Amory 
Berlyn Philip M., peddler, house 8 Holly 
Bernard John H., book binder, house 60 Pleasant 
Bernhard Adam, shoemaker, 444 Cambridge, boards at 

Somerville 
Berrick Edward C, machinist, h. rear 24 Front 
Berrigan John F., plumber, 634 Main, b. 354 Broadway 
Berry Charles E., engineer S. F. E., 5, h. 502 . Cambridge 
Berry George G., carpenter, house 17 Brookline 
Berry Grace, widow, house 116 Columbia 
Berry James A., hostler, house 23 McCabe 
Berry Kasper, carpenter, 113 Broadway, h. at Somerville 
Berry Mary A. Miss, variety store, 1% Mt. Auburn h. do. 
Berry N. Winslow, teas (25 Union, B.), h. 8 Forest 
Berry Walter Van R., student H. U., rooms 37 Beck hall 



CAMBRIDGE [ft] DIRECTORY. 59 

Berry Wm. B., tinsmith (79 North, B.), h. 25 Jay 
Berry Wm. B. Mrs., house 502 Cambridge 
Berry Wyatt E., in Revere sugar refinery, b. at E. Boston 
Bertrow Octave, brickmaker, h. Clifton, near Spruce 
Bertsch John H., clerk (477 Washington, B.), bds. 29 

Seventh [do. 

Bertsch Stephen, brass finisher and grocer, 27 Seventh, h. 
Bertsch Stephen, surgical instruments (Bowker, B.), h. 33 

Seventh [27 Seventh 

Bertsch Stephen, jr., marbleworker, 6 Cambridge, boards 
BERTSCH WILLIAM A., Monumental Marble Works, 

6 Cambridge, bds. 27 Seventh 
Bertwell Samuel C, gardener 263 North av., bds. do. 
Berwick Lucy Mrs., h. 120 Winsor 
Betch Michael, paint grinder (Broad, B.), h. 69 Sixth 
Bett John, tailor, 454 Cambridge, bds. 186 Hampshire 
Bettinson Addie M. Miss, teacher Gore primary school, 

boards 67 Otis [mont 

Bettinson Edward W., bookbinder, 7 Brattle, h. 22 Tre- 
Bettinson Harry W., expressman, 103 Cambridge, boards 

67 Otis 
Bettinson James W., East Cambridge & Boston express, 
% 103 Cambridge, h. 67 Otis [View av. 

Betts Elijah, stairbuilder (20 Bowker, B.), house 8 Lake 
Betts, see Bett 

Beudet John, cabinet maker, h, 109 Tremont 
Beunke Fred. L., newspapers and periodicals, 559 Main, 

boards £8 Columbia 
Beunke Leon J. Mrs., house 58 Columbia 
Biard John, shoemaker. 177 Dublin, house do. 
Bickford Walter H., clerk 288 Broadway, bds. 84 Inman 
Biedlingmeier Bernhard (Myers & Co.), baker, 442 Cam- 
bridge, bds. 440 do. 
Bigelow Alanson, jr., watches, jewelry and plate (511 

Washington, B.), house 265 Harvard 
Bigelow Charles W., at University Press, Brattle sq., 

boards 15 Craigie 
Bigelow C. L. M. Miss, teacher of sewing, Cambridge 

school, house at Boston 
Bigelow Edwin S., house 116 Spring 
Bigelow Francis, boards 15 Bigelow [ton 

Bigelow Henry Jacob, Prof, of Surgery H. IT., h. at Bos- 
Bigelow Henry J., bookkeeper (23 North Market, B.), h. 

1 Forest 
Bigelow Irene E., widow of Moses E., h. 48 Pleasant 
Bigelow Jonathan, produce dealer (23 North Market, B.), 

house 1 Forest [est 

Bigelow Lewis H., clerk (23 North Market, B.), h. 1 For- 
Bigelow Marshall T. (Welch, Bigelow & Co.), printer, 

University Press, Brattle sq., h. 15 Craigie 



60 CAMBRIDGE []}] DIRECTORY. 

Bigelow Melville M., lawyer (24 Court House, B.), house 

343 Broadway 
Biger Charles L., laborer, bds. 61 Third 
Biggers Stephen, whitewasher and mason, h. 14 Seventh 
Biggers Wm. O., paper hanger, h. rear 14 Seventh 
Biggin Patrick, currier, h. 224 Franklin 
Bigley Daniel, horse trainer, house 66 River 
Bigley. Daniel, jr., horse trainer, h. 115 Western av. 
Bignoll Harriet, widow of Barnard, h. 200 Harvard 
Bill Frank C, house 12 Centre 
Billier Frederic Ogden De, student H. U., rooms 31 Hol- 

yoke house [Washington 

Billing Edmond F., furniture polisher, h. 4 Roger's block, 
Billings Clarence H., merchant tailor, 430 Harvard, house 

191 do. [17 Perry 

Billings John D., principal Webster grammar school, h. 
Billings Lillieore T., widow of Emilius G., h. 6 Dewolf 
Billings Sherard, student H. U., rooms 48 College house 
Billings Uriah, house 191 Harvard 
Billman John, travelling agent, house 663 Main 
Binford Deblois N., collector Boston Ice Co., h. at Med- 

ford 
Binney Amos, student H. U., rooms 21 Thayer hall 
Binney Charles C, student H. U., rooms 22 Matthews 

hall 
Binney Jane, widow of Barnabas, h. 102 Otis 
Binney William, student H. U. 

Bird Frank W., bookseller (32 Brattle, B.), Ji. 96 Austin 
Bird George, house 199 Harvard 
Bird George H., student Yale Seminary (New Haven), 

boards 11 Bigelow 
Bird Henry M„ iron founder, Broadway, cor. Pelham, 

house 11 Bigelow 
Bird Herman (H. Bird & Co.), insurance agent, 559 

Main and (53 Devonshire, B.), h. 19 Essex 
BIRD H. & CO. (Herman Bird), insurance agents, 559 

Main and (53 Devonshire, B.) 
Bird John M., teamster J. P. Squire & Co., h. at Somer- 

ville 
Bird Richard O., coachman, house 17 Kinnaird 
Bird see Byrd 

Birmingham Maurice, horse shoer, h. 369 Main 
Bisbee John (Hale, Teele & Bisbee), soap mnfr., Davis, 

house 99 Inman 
Bisbee Marvin D., pastor Chapel church, h. 13 Boardman 
Bisco Judson (J. Bisco & Co.), grocer, Inman square, h. 

530 Cambridge, house at Somerville 
Bisco J. & Co. (Judson Bisco), grocers, Inman sq., 530 

Cambridge 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 61 

Bishop Abel S., teamster, house 74 Sixth 

Bishop Cyrus A., teamster (Charlestown), h. 5 Leighton 

court 
Bishop George, upholsterer, boards 117 Magazine 
Bishop Joel P., law author, house 51 Sacramento 
Bishop Robert R., student H. U., rooms 18 Weld hall 
Bissell Herbert P., student H. U., rooms 54 Matthews hall 
Bissell Julia W. Mrs., house 56 Shepard 
Bixby Hiram A., machinist, 356 Main, h. 97 Washington 
Black Alec, brick maker, house 121 Spruce 
Black Archibald, house 68 Second 
Black Catherine Miss, house 25 Bow 
Black Edward E., waiter Memorial hall 
Black George Ashton, student H. U., rooms 12Hollis hall 
Black James, peddler, house 33 Willow place 
Black James, paper hanger, house 360 Broa€way 
BLACK JAS. WALLACE, photographer (333 f Wash- 
ington, B.), house 17 Norton 
Black Jane Mrs., boarding-house, 163 Broadway 
Black John A., plasterer, house 31 Washington 
Black John H., binder Riverside Press, boards 159 Main 
Black William, tinplate worker, house 159 Main 
Black William J., teamster, h. Squire's brick block, Gore 
Blacklock Ann M., widow of Jas. S., house 36 Auburn 
Blacklock Eugene A., organ maker, boards 36 Auburn 
Blackman Horace P., foreman mill work M. & H. Organ 

Co., house 28 Arlington 
Blackman Rhoda, widow, house 101 Allston 
Blackman William R., planer, house 95 Sixth 
Blackwell Seth F., salesman, house 40 Market 
Blaikie Luther, carpenter, 100 Inman, house at Boston 
Blaine Emmons, student H. U., rooms 15 Holyoke House 
Blair Charles B., student H. U., rooms 43 Matthews hall 
Blair James, driver U. R. Co., house 40 Winthrop 
Blair James, proofreader J. Wilson & Son, h. 67 Wright 
Blair Lafayette G., student H. IT., rooms 51 College House 
Blaisdell Benjamin F. (Blaisdell & Hood), 79 Brattle, h. 

at Carlisle 
Blaisdell Charles P., foreman F. Geldowsky's planing 

mill, boards at Somerville 
Blaisdell D. Henry, milhnan F. Geldowsky, boards at 

Somerville [Seventh 

Blaisdell Ezra R., teamster (35 Hawkins, B.), bds. 16 
Blaisdell George J., telegraph operator Cambridge fire 

department, house 10 Eliot 
Blaisdell John C, foreman (17 South, B.), h. 71 River 
Blaisdell & Hood (Benj. F. Blaisdell and Wm. H. Hood), 

hard and soft wood, 79 Brattle 
Blake Andrew M., bookbinder, house 8 Sydney 



62 CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 

Blake Arthur W., hats, caps, etc., 168 Cambridge, boards 

168 do. 
Blake Bridget, widow, house 39 Hastings 
Blake Charles H., confectionery and bread store, 601 

Main, house 7 Upton 
Blake Cyrus, teamster, house 23 Cambridge 
Blake Eben, tinsmith (Somerville), house 68 Winter 
Blake Edward \V., clerk, 114 Cambridge, h. 37 Fourth 
BLAKE EDWIN H., grocer, 158 Cambridge, house 134 

Cambridge 
Blake George O. Mrs., house 359 Harvard 
Blake Herbert W., tinsmith, house 80>£ Green 
Blake James H., boards 20 Pearl 

Blake John L., horse shoer, 202 North av., h. 22 Orchard 
Blake Joseph, book binder, house 75 Green 
Blake Theodore E., clerk, 158 Cambridge, boards 134 

Cambridge 
Blake Tnomas, laborer, house 2, rear 189 Hampshire 
Blakey John, shell boat builder, foot of DeWolf, house 

10 Norton 
Blakley George Win,, sailor, house 66 Vine 
Blanchard Daniel, sawyer, State, cor. Osborn, house at 

Lynn and boards 44 Winsor 
Blanchard Dexter V., engineer B. L. & N. R. R., h. 95 Otis 
Blanchard George H., clerk (156 Oliver, B.), bds. 95 Otis 
Blanchard J. Henry, commercial traveler (B.), house 68 

Pleasant 
Bland John P., pastor Lee street church, house 15 Lee 
Blaney Maria L. Miss, -Jbread store, 6 Brighton, house 

123>£ Winsor 
Blaney Sarah, widow of Patrick, house 123)£ Winsor 
Blank Ernest, organ varnisher George Woods & Co., h. 

110 Pleasant 
Blennerhassett John, gardener, boards 31 Willard 
Blennerhassett Richard, gardener, house 31 Willard 
Blessington Granite Co. (James Blessington and Austin 
Ford), stone contractors, 29 Main, Peter Blessing- 
ton, agent [Washington 
Blessington Hugh, stone cutter, house 6 Rogers block, 
Blessington James (Blessington Granite Co.), 29 Main, 

house 5 Rogers block, Main 
Blessington Peter (Blessington Granite Co.),- stone con- 
tractor, 29 Main, house 132 Prospect 
Blevins James, slater, basement 622 Main, house Derby 
lane, near West [Putnam av. 

BLEVINS JOHN J., slater, basement 622 Main, h. 94 
Blight John, porter, house 36 Moore 
Blish Ariadne Miss, private school, 39 Dana, boards do. 
Blish Lucia A., widow, house 39 Dana 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 63 

Bliss Edward P., upholstery goods (86 Franklin, B.),bds. 
329 Broadway [329 Broadway 

Bliss Henry P., upholstery goods (86 Franklin, B.), house 
Bliss James, student H. IJ., rooms 15 Divinity hall 
Bliss Zenas W\, proof reader Riverside Press and pub- 
lishers' agent, house 25 Prince 
Block Benjamin, saloon, 141 Main, house do. 
Blodgett Alvaro Mrs., house 11 Worcester 
Blodgett Elias, paper stock, (72 Purchase, n. Oliver, B.), 
house 69 Otis [92 Gore 

Blodgett James, glass cutter New England Glass Co., h. 
Blodgett James L., musician (Howard Athenaeum, B.), 

house 44 Antrim 
Blodgett Warren K., student H. U., rms 1 Matthews hall 
Blodgett Wm. T., student H. IL, rooms 28 Little's block 
Blonde Edwin A., painter, house 6 Pioneer avenue 
Blood Charles H., student H. IT., rooms 11 Gray's hall 
Blood C. W., action maker, 139 Broadway, house at Win- 
chester 
Blood Edward B., sawyer, h. Acorn, n. Putnam avenue 
Blood Hiram, engineer steamer No. 3, house 40 Fifth 
Blood Marion Mrs., house 24 Arlington 
Bluche Andrew, carpenter, house 4 Riverside place 
Bluche John, book binder, boards 4 Riverside place 
Blunt John J., laborer, house 48 Hastings 
Boardman Anna, widow of Andrew, house 15 Laurel 
Boardman Charles, machinist, 12 Gore, bds. at Boston 
Boardman Charles, h. 42 Arlington, n. Washington a v. 
Boardman Edward, painter, house Jackson, n. Harvey 
Boardman Ellen F., bookkeeper, 575 Main, bds. 15 Laurel 
Boardman Herbert, trunk maker, bds. 418 Main 
Boardman Wm. C, cutter (37 Temple place, B.), house 
102 Pearl [12 Holyoke pi. 

Bocher Ferdinand, prof, of Modern Languages H. U., h. 
Bock Rudolphus C., telescope maker, bds. 208 Harvard 
Bock William, cabinet maker, h. 1 Linnehan block, Third 
BOCK WM. A., florist and conservatories, 329 and 331 

North avenue, house 329 North avenue 
Bodemer Charles Julius, carver, house 159 Columbia 
Bodge George M., student H. IJ., house 15 Arlington 
Bodwell Albert, driver U, R. Co., house 578 Main 
Bod well Frederick, boatnlan, house 484 Main 
Boggs Edwin P., commission merchant (33 Central, B.), 
boards 336 Broadway [289 Broadway 

Boggs Francis M., steamship master (33 Central, B.), h. 
Boit John P., student H. U., rooms 20 Prescott 
Bold James, waiter Memorial hall 

Boldt Henry, upholsterer (Prov., R. I.), house 98 Spring 
Bolen Patrick, laborer B. & L. R. R., h. 2>£ Dailey alley 



64 CAMBRIDGE []}] DIRECTORY. 

Bolger James, horse shoer, Palmer, near Chuich, house 

22 Church 
Bolles Fanny D., widow of Frederick, h. 102 Mt. Auburn 
Bollo George N., foreman Boynton Packing Co. (Winsor, 

Somerville), house 166 Norfolk 
Bolster John C, clerk (33 Summer, B.), bds. 4 Banks 
Bolster Mary, widow of John, house 4 Banks 
Bolster Richard, shoemaker, 13 Brighton, h. 4 Banks 
Bolster Thomas C, gas fitter, b. Mary Bolster's, 4 Banks 
Bolton Henry, engineer Boston Rolling mill, Portland, h. 

49 Clark 
Bond Hugh L., student H. U., rooms 15 Far well place 
Bond John C, student H. U., boards 198 Hampshire 
Bond John H., shipping clerk, house 74 Elm 
Bond Mary, widow of Richard, house 73 North avenue 
Bond Mary E., widow of John W., h. 198 Hampshire 
Bonner James, shoemaker, boards 42 Winsor 
Bonner John, lather, house 35 Banks 
Bonney Pelham, insurance broker (22 School, B.), house 

52 Pleasant [Lee 

Bonney Perez F., salesman (458 Washington, B.), h. 18 
Booker Simeon, molder, house 2 Seckel 
Boone Charles F., cooper, house 14 Squire's court 
Booth Thomas, grocer, 82 Pleasant, house 35 Park 
Borden George E., carpenter, house 7 Rogers block, Main 
Borden Herbert W., carpenter, house 17 Brookline 
Borges Antoine, laborer, house rear Berkshire 
Borges Joaquim, hairdresser, 199 Cambridge, h. 198 do. 
Borget Peter, potter A. H. Hews, h. Richdale avenue 
Borland Benj. M., student H. U., rooms 16 College House 
Borst Ottellia, widow of Joseph, house 8 Mullins court 
Boston Bolt and Nut Co., Portland, A. D. Clark, prop'r 
Boston Bottle Works, Bridge, n. Third, office (97 State, B.) 
Boston Branch Store, dry and fancy goods, 115 Cambridge 
Boston Bridge Works, 78 Main [Hampshire 

Boston Car Wheel Co., A. F. Cooper, general agent, 21 
Boston Chemical Works, Third, near Bent, office (21 Cen- 
tral, Boston) 
Boston Ice Co., Prison Point bridge and (76 State, B.) 
Boston, Lowell & Nashua Railroad machine shop, Bridge, 

near Craigie bridge [Battery march, B.) 

Boston Rolling Mills, Portland, near Hampshire, office 17 
Boston Stamping Works, Third, near Broadway, Seavey 

& Co,, proprietors, salesroom (93 co 97 North, B.) 
Boston Star Collar Co., paper collar and cuff mnfrs., 206 

Hampshire, office (29 Otis, B.) 
Bosworth Leonard, carpenter, h. Holly av., n. Madison 
Bos worth Win. E., carpenter, house 16 Putnam court 
Boucher Joseph H., blacksmith's helper, house 3 Third 



CAMBRIDGE [$] DIRECTORY. 65 

Bourn George F., clerk (146 Mt. Vernon, B.), h. 15 Union 
Bourn Robert T., carpenter (146 Mt. Vernon, B.), house 

104 Hampshire [Cambridge 

Bourne Mary A., teacher Gore primary school, boards 138 
Bournique Hannah, widow of Louis, house 87 Gore 
Boutelle George K., student H. U., rooms 1 Matthews 

hall 
Boutwell Nathan B., com. mer. h. 76 Hubbard avenue 
Bowditch Henry P., Prof, of Physiology H. U., house at 

Jamaica Plain 
Bowen Allyn H., student H. U., boards 10 Oxford 
Bowen Bernard, laborer, house 24 Vine 
Bowen Charles S., boards 9 Follen 
Bowen Cornelius, laborer, house rear 98 Main 
Bowen Francis, Alford Professor of Natural Religion, 

Moral Philosophy, etc. H. U., house 9 Follen 
Bowen Gustavus V., engineer, house 64 Fairmont 
Bowen James, laborer, house 104 Harvard 
Bowen James, laborer, house 3 Lechmere place 
Bowen John T., student H. U., roOms 20 Weld hall 
Bowen Orsen O., clerk (68 High, B.), h. 22 Tremont 
Bowen Timothy, boards 98 Main • 
Bowers Charles E. (Congress, B.), bds. 274 North av. 
Bowers Edward L., safe maker (Beverly B.), h. 64 Vine 
Bowers Ferd M., furniture, 190 Cambridge, house 189 

Cambridge 
Bowers Frances Miss, assistant secretary Unitarian S. S. 

Society (7 Tremont place, B.), bds. 10 Hollis 
Bowers John M., engineer, boards 168 Norfolk 
Bowers Kate I. Miss, teacher (Arlington), bds. 10 Hollis 
Bowers Lydia E. Mrs., house 10 Hollis 
Bowers S. E., furniture, 190 Cambridge, house 189 do. 
Bowie William, shoe maker R. Mann, rooms Winthrop, 

corner Dunster 
Bowker Edwin F., civil engineer and surveyor, Grant blk. r 

623 Main, house 125 Austin 
Bowker Joseph H., boarding house, 165 Broadway 
Bowker Winslow L., insurance (85 Devonshire, B.), h. 3 

Avon 
Bowler Emeline F. Mrs., supervisor of drawing and pen- 
manship Cambridge schools, house at Somerville 
Bowles Joseph H., cooper, boards 559 Main 
Bowley Asa F., tin plate worker, house 32 Pearl 
Bowley Isaac B., stereotyper J. Wilson & Son, house 12 

Charles River 
Bowman Abijah, house 17 Wendell 
Bowman Alexander, laborer, house 44 DeWolf 
Bowman Charles F., paper hanger, boards 61 Cherry 
Bowman Joanna H., widow of Abner H., h. 61 Oxford 
5 



66 CAMBRIDGE. [B] DIRECTORY. 

Bowman Orlando, salesman (216 State, B.), h. 40 Essex 
Bowser Charles Louis, lock maker, house 12 Hastings 
Bowyer William, galvanizer D. S. Co., house 134 River 
Boyce Hannah, widow of Thomas, house 37 Union 
Boyce Thomas, clerk, boards 37 Union 
Boyd Alexander, tailor James Conway, b. 99 Mt. Auburn 
Boyd Charles E., book binder (11 Chardon, B.), bds. 112 

Western avenue 
Boyd Edward, laborer, house 9 Winthrop 
Boyd Edward, laborer, house 80 Harvard 
Boyd Esther Miss, millinery goods, 1 Columbia, boards 

81 Auburn [81 Auburn 

Boyd Fanny L. Miss, millinery goods, 584 Main, boards 
Boyd James, house 6)^ Cherry 
Boyd James R., salesman (Boston), bds. 17 Myrtle 
Boyd Ormon T., grocer (216 State, B.), h. 33 Linnaean 
Boyd Thomas, architect (28 State, B.), house 81 Auburn 
Boyd Thomas, engineer, 139 Broadway, house 145 do. 
Boyd William, civil engineer, house 17 Myrtle place 
Boyd William, printer J. Wilson & Son, house 112 

Western avenue [Western av. 

Boyd William A., sUreotyper J. Wilson & Son, bds. 112 
Boyden Benjamin F., grocer, 854 Main, house 860 Main 
Boyden Lewis, clerk, 854 Main, boards 860 do. 
Boyden Sanford E., carriage trimmer Francis Ivers, house 

212 North avenue 
Boyer Frederick, boards 516 Main 
Boyer George, boards 516 Main 

Boyer Samuel, stair builder, rear 382 Main, house 516 do. 
Boyle Bernard, house 25 Jefferson [Seventh 

Boyle Charles, junk dealer (107 Merrimac, B.), house 3 
Boyle Daniel (Daniel Boyle & Co.), liquors, 307 Cam- 
bridge, house 309 do. 
Boyle Daniel & Co. (Dan'l Boyle), liquors, 307 Cambridge 
Boyle Elizabeth, widow of John, house 163 Winsor 
Boyle James, grocer, 121 Third, house do. 
Boyle James, grocer, 79 Concord avenue, house do. 
Boyle James, laborer, boards Walden, corner Dublin 
Boyle Jeremiah, cabinet maker, house 34 Charles 
Boyle John, teamster, house 148 Elm 
Boyle Nancy, widow of Thomas, house 14 Cambridge 
Boyle Rebecca, widow of Edward, h. Walden, c. Dublin 
Boyle William, laborer, houSe 195 Spruce, next F. R. R. 

crossing 
Boyle William, laborer, house 125 Third 
Boyle William C, glass cutter, house 125 Third 
Boyman James A., brick layer, house 4 Banks 
Boynton Charles F., real estate, house 2 Mt. Pleasant 
Boynton Edward P., clerk (9 Tremont row, B.), house 

15 Avon 



CAMBRIDGE [ft] DIRECTORY. 67 

Boynton Frank J., clerk (48 So. Market, B.), boards 2 

Mt. Pleasant , [h. 146 Pearl 

Boynton Herbert A., bookkeeper (113 South Market, B.) , 

Boynton John L., captain police, Station 3, house 151 

Cambridge 
Boynton John P., broom maker, boards 94 Winsor 
Boynton Morris B., produce commission merchant (53 

Commercial, B.), h. 13 Chauncy 
Boynton Perkins, house 11 Perry 
Boynton Sadie M. Miss, clerk, 228 North avenue, boards 

Chas. F. Boynton*s, 2 Mt. Pleasant 
Boynton Warren R., watchman, house 94 Winsor 
Boynton William W., clerk (50 Cambridge, B.), boards 
15 Avon 

Boynton , cooper, boards 11 Squire's court 

Boyson George, provisions, 10 Mt. Auburn, h. 12 do. 
Boyson George H., book binder, house 30 Fairmont 
Boyson Sarah A., widow of William G., h. 30 Fairmont 
Boyson Simon M., provisions, house 36 Cherry 
Boyson William L., book binder, house 30 Fairmont 
Brabrook Ezra H., furniture (96 and 98 Washington, B.), 

house 320 Harvard 
Braceland Joseph, boiler maker, bds. rear 67 Charles 
Braceland, see Braslin 

Brackett Almon (Alraon Brackett & Co.), cariiage paint- 
er, 18 Cambridge, house at Charlestown 
Brackett Almon & Co. (Almon Brackett), carriage paint- 
ers, 18 Cambridge 
Brackett B. B. Mrs., house 248 North avenue 
Brackett Charles A., instructor in Dental Therapeutics 
H. U. [Auburn 

Brackett Charles W., asst. engineer C. F. D., bds. 133 Mt. 
Brackett Frank H., student H. U., rms 27 Holyoke House 
Brackett Harvey S., cashier (48 Bromfield, B.), boards 

12^ Pearl 
Brackett Henry T., cracker dealer, house 11 Sydney 
Brackett I. Frank, boots and shoes, 184 North avenue, 

house 15 Worcester 
Brackett James, house 23 Everett 
Brackett Maria, recorder Registry of Deeds, Court House, 

boards at Newton 
Brackett William H., carriage painter F. L. Chapman, h. 

133 Mt. Auburn 
Bradbury Caleb, glass packer N. E. Glass Co., h. 138 Otis 
Bradbury Caleb B., paying teller (Nat. Bank of Redemp- 
tion, 85 Devonshire, B.), h. 45 Walden, opp. Mount 
Pleasant 
Bradbury Catherine Miss, house 10 Warland 
Bradbury Edward E., teacher High school, Broadway 



68 CAMBRIDGE [$] DIRECTORY. 

Bradbury Fred A., salesman (113 So. Market, B.), boards 

15 Wyeth 
Bradbury Helen L. Miss, tel. operator W. U. T. Co., P. 

O., 7 Harvard row, bds. 23 Trowbridge 
Bradbury Mary A. Miss, house 10 Warland 
Bradburv William F., Hopkins Master High school, h. 

369*Harvard 
Bradbury William H., student H. U., h. 369 Harvard 
Bradeen Jacob F., teamster J. P. Squire & Co., and mason, 

house 28 Fourth [Otis, n. Ninth 

Bradeen Jotham S., teamster, 253 Cambridge, house 173 
Bradeen Orrin G., hay and grain (Charlestown), boards 

173 Otis, near Ninth 
Bradfield Robert, laborer, house rear 27 Vine 
Bradford Charles 0., civil engineer, bds. 1 Seckel 
Bradford Isaac, house 46 Sacramento 
Bradford J. Russell, adjuster of marine losses (56 State, 

B.), house 375 Harvard 
Bradford Mary R. Mrs., house 375 Harvard 
Bradford Russell, student H. U., bds. 375 Harvard 
Bradford Sarah B., widow of Isaac, h. 46 Sacramento 
B radish Frank E., student H. IT., boards 5 Lee 
Bradish Levi J., com. mer. (89 Bedford, B.), h. 5 Lee 
Bradlee Charles L., locksmith, 648 Main, house do. 
Bradley Abraham, carpenter, house 291 Cambridge 
Bradley Augusta Miss, house 284 Broadway 
Bradley Charles farmer, h. Harvey, next below Jackson 
Bradley Charles S., Bussey professor of law H. IT., house 

Elm wood avenue 
Bradley Chas. W., student H. U., boards 757 Main 
Bradley John C, salesman, boards 53 Mt. Auburn 
Bradley John W. (103 Summer, B.), house 757 Main 
Bradley Julia, widow, house 91 Fifth 
Bradley Laura, widow of Joseph, house 284 Broadway 
Bradley Mary, widow of Daniel, house 123 Winsor 
Bradley Michael, shoemaker, 171 Dublin, bds. do. 
Bradley Robert, laborer, house 238 Franklin 
Bradshaw Aaron, oil and candles (7 Central wharf, B.), 

house 44 Erie 
Bradshaw Alfred A., clerk (524 Wash., B.), h. 60 River 
Bradshaw Clara, widow of James, house 14 Watson 
Bradshaw John, shirt cutter, h. River, near J-ay 
Bradshaw Thomas C. Mrs, house 12 Holly 
Brady Bridget Miss, variety store, 15 Vine, house do. 
Brady Charles, laborer, house 2 Stevens court 
Brady Edward, raolder, 368 Main, house r. 13 Pine 
Brady Edward J., grocer, 376 Cambridge, h. 163 Winsor 
Brady Henry, hairdresser, house 25 Hudson 
Brady Jeremiah, glass blower, house 4 Fourth 



CAMBRIDGE [$] DIRECTORY. 69 

Brady John, laborer, house rear 15 Vine 

Brady Martin, horse shoer, 133 Main, h. 20 Harvard 

Brady Michael, laborer, house 24 Jefferson 

Brady Michael, potter A. H. Hews & Co., boards 45 

Coggswell avenue 
Brady Michael J., baker William Wright, h. 7 Mill 
Brady Patrick, laborer (B.), house 31 Winter 
Brady Patrick, glass maker, house 94 Tremont 
Brady Thomas M., marble worker, 19 Main, house at 

Somerville 
Brady William, laborer, house 51 Vine 
Bragan Michael, tailor, boards 53 Clark 
Bragdon O. S. Miss, supt. Cambridge P. O., 7 Harvard 

row, boards at Boston 
Bragg Lorenzo D., boards 233 Harvard 
Braham Joseph, baker, house 65 Vine 
Braham Joseph F., boards 65 Vine 
Brainard Cornelius S., laborer Mt. Auburn Cemetery, 

house 209 Mt. Auburn [Mt. Auburn 

Brainard Erastus, clerk (283 Washington, B.), house 156 
Brainard Leora, widow, house 156 Mt. Auburn 
Braman Anna E., widow house 97 Columbia 
Braman William F., boards 97 Columbia 
Bramhall Charles E., key leveler M. & H. Organ Co., 

house 15 Brookline 
Bramhall George N., collector, house 75 Green 
Brandan Charles, law student H. U., rooms 26 Holyoke 

House 
Brandegee Edward D., student H. U., rooms 43 Holyoke 

House 
Brandeis Albert S., student H. IT., rooms 63 Thayer hall. 
Brandeis Louis D., proctor H. U., rooms 29 Thayer hall 
Brandin John, laborer, house 254 Franklin 
Brandt Henry H., painter, 436 Main, house 1 Village 
Brannan James E., clerk, 9 Harvard sq., h. 22 South 
Brasin Timothy, laborer, house 166 Franklin 
Braslin Catharine, widow of Michael, house 35 Sargent 
Braslin Cornelius V., electrotyper, Riverside Press, house 

13 Dyke 
Braslin Daniel, butcher, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Braslin Hugh, earthen ware agent, h. 14 Putnam court 
Braslin Hugh J., cracker packer T. H. & Co., house 202 

Hampshire [Wiilard 

Braslin James E., stereotyper University Press, house 7 
Braslin Lewis, laborer, boards 35 Sargent 
Braslin Mary, widow of John, house Jackson, n. Spruce 
Braslin, see Braceland 

Brassell Daniel C, laborer, house Franklin, cor. Hancock 
Brassil James, laborer, house Flagg, cor. Banks 



70 CAMBRIDGE [$] DIRECTORY. 

Brassil John, house 43 Banks 

Brattles Edward, gardener, house 11 Follen 

Brayton W. A., conductor U. R. Co., boards 5 Harvard 

square 
Brazier Abbie M., widow of Franklin J., h. 20 Bigelow 
Brazier Elizabeth, widow of James, house 109 Auburn 
Brazil James T., plumber (B.), boards 33 Banks 
Brazil Thomas, laborer, house 33 Banks 
Breahm Frank J., tailor, opp. 419 Broadway, h. at Boston 
Brealey Samuel, law student H. U., rooms 717 Cambridge 
Breault Lawrence, brick maker, house 100 Dublin 
Breed Amos F., student H. IT., rooms 35 Matthews hall 
Breeden George, bookkeeper (Wareham, cor. Maiden, B), 

boards 14 Fairmont 
Breeden Lewis, clerk, boards 14 Fairmont 
Breeden Mary R., widow of Lewis, house 14 Fairmont 
Breen Bartholomew, laborer, house 20 Foster 
Breen John, laborer, house 34 Foster 
Breen Michael, pressman, house 21 Charles River 
Breen Patrick, teamster, house 16 Cambridge 
Breen William J., milkman, 171 Thorndike, house do. 
Breiding Henry, hairdresser, Holyoke, next Harvard, 

house 25 Hudson 
Brendall George C, piano finisher, h. 17 Cowperthwaite 
Brenett John, waiter Memorial hall 
Brenkhoven Harry, carpenter, house 19 Green 
Brennan Catherine, widow of James J., house 11 Lopez 
Brennan Edward J., plumber, house 137 Brookline 
Brennan Ellen, widow of James, house 16 Sparks 
Brennan Horatio, carriage body worker, boards 352 

North av. 
Brennan James, granite cutter, house 48 Brighton 
Brennan John, machinist, boards 250 Bridge 
Brennan John, laborer, house rear 209 Mt. Auburn 
Brennan John, laborer, house rear 25 Grant 
Brennan Margaret, widow of Richard, house 250 Bridge 
Brennan Martin, stone cutter, house 52 Winthrop 
Brennan Michael, laborer, house 161^ Broadway 
Brennan Michael, upholsterer (Hanover B.), h. 93 Sixth 
Brennan Patrick, mason, house 131 Brookline 
Brennan Patrick, laborer, house Garden court, 2d from 

Dublin 
Brennan Peter, stone cutter, house 325 Cambridge 
Brennan Robert H., teamster, boards 250 Bridge 
Brennan Thomas F., paper hanger, h. 116 Webster av. 
Brennan Timothy, laborer, house 16 Sparks 
Brennan William J., brush maker, house 66 Charles 
Bresnan Mary, widow, of Patrick, house 18 Reed 
BRETT SAMUEL G., manufacturer Brett's Eureka 

Salve (247 Washington, B.), house 22 Green 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 71 

Breullard Alphonse, carpenter, house 3 Gore place 
Brewer David, provision dealer, 9 Brattle, h. 32 Shepard 
Brewer Edward W., student H. XL, rooms 3 Thayer hall 
Brewer Thomas H., provision dealer, 1 Brewers block, 

Brattle square, house do. 
Brewster Chas. O., jr., student H. U., rooms 1 Dolton's blk. 
Brewster Frank, student H. IL, rooms 26 Stoughton hall 
Brewster Henry B., printer, house 59 Cherry 
Brewster John, banker (35 Congress, B.), h. 145 Brattle 
Brewster William F., conductor U. R. Co., h. 41 Brattle 
Brewster William, student H. U., rooms 28 Weld hall 
Brewster William, naturalist, boards 145 Brattle 
Briard Wm. H. L., clerk (230 Wash., B.) 5 bds. 31 Inman 
Bridden Benjamin F., police station 2, h. 1 Douglass ct. 
Bridden Benjamin F., jr., telegraph repairer (39 Pearl, 

B.), house 27 Hamilton 
Bridden Horace E., letter carrier P. O., 625 Main, house 

4 William 
Bridge James, house 35 Auburn 
Bridge Samuel G., house 35 Auburn 
Bridges Charles, machinist, 72 Main, house at Somerville 
Bridges Julia A., widow, house 62 Auburn 
Bridgman Lewis J., student H. U., bds. 15 Farwell place 
Briggs Daniel Gallup, student H. U. 
Biiggs Earl C, boards 43 Seventh 

Briggs Frederic M., student H. IL, rooms 28 Grays hall 
Briggs George R., tutor in mathematics H. U., house 

61 Kirkland [h. 61 Kirkland 

Briggs George W., pastor Austin street Unitarian society, 
Briggs Horace M., paper hanger, boards 7 Oak 
Briggs John, machinist, 72 Main, h. at Charlestown 
Briggs John, brick mnfr., h. 41 Walden, n. F. R. R. cross'g 
Briggs Le Baron R., student, h. 61 Kirkland 
Briggs Samuel E., organmaker G. Woods & Co., bds. at 

Boston 
Efriggs Sarah M., widow of Walter D., h. 796 Main 
VBriggs Walter D., clerk (15 Chauncey, B.), bds. 796 Main 
Briggs William E., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 2 Prospect 
Briggs William H., organmaker, 624 Main, h. 17 Western 

avenue 
Briggs William H., keyraaker, 139 Broadway, h. at Boston 
Brigham Clifford, student H. U., rooms 6 Grays hall 
Brigham Frederick A., clerk (130 Federal, B.), h. 6 Fair- 
mont avenue [house do. 
Brigham Geo. W., prop. Porters Hotel, 185 North avenue, 
Brigham Josiah M., Cambridge & Boston Express, order 

box (36 Court sq., B.), h. 40 Winsor 
Brigham Nat. M., student H. U., rooms 65 College House 
Bright Elizabeth Mrs., h. 104 Trowbridge 



72 CAMBRIDGE []}] DIRECTORY. 

Bright Horace O., pres. Boston Ice Co. (76 State, B.), h. 
328 Broadway [Broadway- 

Bright John J., Boston Ice Co. (76 State, B.), house 320 
Bright Nathaniel F., bookkeeper 5 and 6 Harvard row, 

boards 104 Trowbridge 
Briley Henry, boilermaker, h. 10 Harrison 
Brine Charles F., fancy goods, 411 Cambridge, h. 11 Oak 
Brine Geo. R., clothing (315 and 317 Washington, B.), 

house 128 Otis 
Brine John K., clerk (294 Washington, B.), bds. 74 Otis 
Brine Robert, tailor (294 Washington, B.), h. 74 Otis 
Brine William, tailor, 120 Cambridge, h. do. 
Brine William S., sawyer G. G. Page & Co. 
Brine see O'Brien 

Brinkler Richard, laborer, house 30 Hastings 
Brinley Thos. H., painter, h. 198 Bridge [hall 

Brinsmade William G., student H. U., rooms 41 Divinity 
Brison William, painter, h. 4 Pioneer avenue 
Britton Henry A., cabinetmaker, h. 89 Spring 
Britton Jos., clerk (P. O. B.), bds. 30 Western avenue 
Broad Maria, widow, bds. 12 Mason 
Brock Brothers (H. D., O. H. and F. E. Brock), stoves, 

etc., 18 Brattle [bds. 117 Prospect 

Brock Frank E. (Brock Brothers), tinsmith, 12 Brattle, 
Brock Haley D. (Brock Bros.), stoves, 12 Brattle, boards 

117 Prospect 
Brock John A., at(M. Fairbanks & Co's., Howard, B.), h. 

rear 58 Cambridge [117 Prospect 

Brock Ossian H. (Brock Bros.), tinsmith, 12 Brattle, bds. 
Brock Solomon H., carpenter, h. 117 Prospect 
Brock S. Pearl, clerk (670 Wash.,B.), bds. 117 Prospect 
Brodrick Ellen, wid. of Dan'l, boarding-house, 190 Bridge 
Brodrick Patrick, currier Michael Kuebler's, rear 370 No. 

avenue, h. at Med ford 
Brogan Ellen, widow of James, h. rear 68 Harvard 
Brogan John, teamster, h. 14 Dublin 
Brogan John A., clerk J. P. Squire & Co., 168 Gore, h. 

9 Squires court 
Brogan John F., teamster, bds. P. Brogan's, Raymond 
Brogan Mary A. Miss, fancy goods, 105 Garden, h. do. 
Brogan Patrick, laborer, h. Raymond, near Walden 
Brogan Win., teamster, house 14 Dublin 
Brohen Patrick, engineer F. Draper & Co., h. 3 Spring pi. 
Bronsdon L. M. Mrs., h. Harvard, cor. Columbia 
Bronsdon Samuel G., teamster, h. Harvard, c. Columbia 
Brookings Charles S. (Brookings & Sheafe), painter, 7 

Western av., h. 58 Pearl 
Brookings Samuel H., furniture, etc., 195 and 197 North 

avenue, house 193}£ do. 



CAMBRIDGE [$] DIRECTORY. 73 

Brookings & Sheafe (Charles S. Brookings and John C. 

Sheafe), painters, 7 Western av. 
Brooks Albert, laborer, h. 33 Hastings 
Brooks Ann Mrs., boarding-house, 45 Coggswell av. 
Brooks Arthur A., student H. XL, rooms 64 Thayer hall 
Brooks Edward, student II. U., rooms 28 Little's block 
Brooks Edwin C., engineer Cambridge Water Works, h. 

Vassal' lane, near R. R. 
Brooks Elizabeth Mrs., house 4 Holyoke 
Brooks Evelina Miss, teacher Willard primary school, 

boards 64 Franklin [Lee 

Brooks Eugene D., leather, etc. (173 Summer, B.), h. 21 
Brooks Geo. M., Judge of Probate and Insolvency, Court 

House, h. at Concord, Mass. 
Brooks Hiram W., com. mer. (57 Oliver, B.), h. 5 Dana 
Brooks Isaac Mrs., house 53 Dana 
Brooks James W., house 4 Berkeley 

Brooks John, treasurer (4 Exchange pi., B.), h. 4 Berkeley 
Brooks John, machinist 368 Main, h. at Boston 
Brooks John Mrs., widow, house 39 Winter 
Brooks J. Mason, clerk (97 State, B.), house 28 Inman 
Brooks Matthew, carpenter, house 204 Harvard 
Brooks Michael, bootmaker, boards 103 Brookline 
Brooks Ottowell, cloth folder (Wiuchendon), house 45 

Coggswell avenue 
Brooks Patrick, marble polisher A. McDonald, Mt. Au- 
burn, house in rear of yard, near railroad 
Brooks Samuel A., U. S. N., house 123 Washington 
Brooks Sumner J., house 119 North avenue 
Brooks Susan E., widow, house 15 Tremont 
Brooks Sylvanus F., real estate and grocer, 361 Main, h. 

359 do. 
Brooks Willie, printer (27 Cornhill, B.), boards 108 Otis 
Brooks William H. Mrs., house 318 Harvard 
Brophy Timothy, laborer, house 190 Hampshire 
Brosnahan John, mason, house 63 Spruce 
Brosnahan Patrick, laborer, boards 63 Spruce 
Brosnahan Thomas P., laborer, house 140 Spruce 
Brosnahan Timothy, peddler, house 141 Webster avenue 
Brosnahan Timothy, laborer, house 5 Jackson, n. Spruce 
Brosnahan Timothy, peddler, house 143 Webster avenue 
Brosnahan Timothy, laborer, house 105 Spruce 
Brosnahan Timothy, jr., laborer, boards 105 Spruce 
Brothers Henry, machinist B. & L. R. R. machine shop, 

house at Soraerville 
Broughan John, teamster, h. Plymouth, cor. Berkshire 
Brouillard Alphonso, coffin maker, 203 Bridge, h. 3 Gore pi. 
Brousseau Alexander, foreman Bay State Brick Co.'s 

yard, rear 124 Spruce, house do. 



74 CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 

Brousseau Alexander, tinsmith, b. Theo. VocelPs, Crescent 
Brousseau Charles, laborer, house 124 Spruce 
Brousseau Frank, shoemaker, h. rear Walden, between 

Garden and Dublin 
Brown Aaron, stableman U. R. Co., bds. D. P. Burley's, 

Cambridge, corner Baldwin 
Brown Abbie S., widow of C. H., house 13 Pleasant 
Brown Addie T. Mrs., music teacher, house 28 Sydney- 
Brown Albert, window shades (175 Hanover, B.), house 

24 Sixth 
Brown Albert, waiter Memorial hall, house 42 Hastings 
Brown Albert H., clerk (175 Hanover, B.), bds. 24 Sixth 
Brown Alvin Mrs., boards 233 Broadway 
Brown Angie A., boarding-house, 1 Lamson place 
Brown Archibald, laborer, house 29 Willow place 
Brown Artemus Z., assessor, office City Hall, house 57 

Magazine 
Brown Arthur C, student H. U., rooms 12 Hollis hall 
Brown Arthur Henry, student H. U., rooms 51 College 

House 
Brown Arthur N., student, rooms 40 Mt. Auburn 
Brown Beveley, hostler, house 22 Charles River 
Brown Charles, cigar maker, 527 Main, house at Boston 
Brown Charles A., policeman, station 1, house 27 Mellen 
Brown Charles H., laborer, house 50 Cedar 
Brown Charles H., baker, 15 River, boards 11 Lincoln 
Brown Charles H., foreman C. W. H. Moulton & Co., h. 

105 Spring 
Brown Charles O., house 40 First 

Brown Charles R., cigar maker, boards 123 Washington 
Brown Charles W., receiving teller Pacific Nat'l Bank 

(131 Devonshire, B.), boards 57 Magazine 
Brown Charlotte M., widow, house 123 Washington 
Brown Clarissa, widow of Joseph, house 20 East 
Brown Daniel, wheelwright, Palmer, near Brattle, house 

14 Appian-way 
Brown Daniel, mason, boards 430 Main 
Brown Daniel, laborer, house 15 Hayes court 
Brown Daniel L. Mrs., house 16 Ash 
Brown David L., laborer, house 167 Otis 
Brown Dennis, coachman, house 4 Dickinson 
Brown Eben P., organ regulator, 624 Main, h. 13 State 
Brown Edward, laborer, house 40 Vine 
Brown Edward P., musician (1 Pemberton sq., B.), bds. 

37 Mellen 
Brown Edwin, teamster, house 53 Clark 
Brown Edwin R., time keeper Cambridge Gas works, h. 

24 Front 
Brown Eliza, widow of Peter, house 163 Columbia 



CAMBRIDGE [$] DIRECTORY. 75 

Brown Ellis E., waiter, house 36 Brewery 

Brown Evan P., furnishing goods, etc. (E. B.), h. 13 State 

Brown E. F. Mrs., widow of Horace W., house 50 Pearl 

Brown E. G., organ maker, Fifth, cor. Otis, h. at Boston 

Brown Frances H., widow, house 16 Ash 

Brown Frank H., baker's driver, 15 River, bd3. 11 Lincoln 

Brown Frank P., student H. U., rooms 16 Oxford 

Brown Frank W., soap maker, house 11 Lincoln 

Brown Fred A., clerk, 497 Main, boards 206 Harvard 

Brown Frederick T., cooper, house rear 76 Pearl 

Brown Freeman G., tract depot (1 Pemberton sq., B.),h. 

37 Mellen 
Brown George, cigar maker, 13 Pearl, house at Boston 
Brown George A., law student H. TJ., h. 60 Mt. Auburn 
Brown George D., janitor City building, Central square, 

house 864 Main [Magazine 

Brown George E., electrotyper Riverside Press, bds. 82 
Brown George H., porter (44 Washington, B.), house 28 

Sydney 
Brown George T., provisions, house 71 Putnam avenue 
Brown George T., jr., stone cutter, bds. 71 Putnam av. 
Brown George W., box maker G. G. Page & Co., house 

at Watertown 
Brown Gilbert, carpenter, house 9 Sargent 
Brown Hanora, widow, house 4 Dickinson 
Brown Henry A., real estate (38 Water, B.), house 11 

Linnaean 
Brown Henry J., teamster, house 172 Norfolk 
Brown Howard K., student H. IT., rooms 25 Beck hall 
Brown Inglis H. (Brown & Nichols), carpenter, 74 Brigh- 
ton, house 7 Charles River 
Brown Irving W., yeast maker, house 116 Spring 
Brown Isaac, laborer, house 33 Hastings 
Brown James, laborer, house 39 Somerset 
Brown James, laborer, house 7 Camden place 
Brown James, stone cutter, house 161 Columbia 
Brown James C, proofreader Riverside Press, house 18 

Florence [141 Columbia 

Brown James E., carpenter, Columbia, cor. Hampshire, h. 
Brown James G., machinist, b. C. Peasley's, Richdale av. 
Brown James H., boiler maker, 92 Main, house Pelham 
Brown James H., potter, boards Porter's Hotel 
Brown James R., butcher knife mnfr., Third, near Broad 

Canal, house do. 
Brown Jason B., clerk (27 Winter, B.), bds. 102 Inman 
Brown Joel W. (Burnett & Brown), Third, near Gas 

works, house at Melrose 
Brown Johanna, widow, house 50 Amory 
Brown John, peddler, house rear 64 Charles 



76 CAMBRIDGE [J$] DIRECTORY. 

Brown John, student, boards 46 Mount Auburn 
Brown John A., student H. U., rooms 33 College house 
Brown John N., tailor (Boston), house 40 Winthrop 
Brown John G., iron and steel (Purchase, near Oliver, 

B.), house 65 Inman 
Brown John H., cigar maker, boards 123 Washington 
Brown John H., fireman, house 70 Webster avenue 
Brown John J., mason, house 282 North avenue 
Brown John J., house 134 Spring 
Brown John S., cracker dealer, house 15 Perry 
Brown Joseph, tinner, house 21 Front 
Brown Joseph A., wholesale hosiery and small wares (83 

and 85 Summer, B.), house 322 Broadway 
Brown Josephine M. Mrs., dressmaker, house 864 Main 
Brown Louis M., student H. U., rooms 1 Holworthy hall 
Brown Lyman A., hack driver, Main, opp. Pearl, house 

652 Main [106 Harvard 

Brown Mary, widow of William H., house Portland, rear 
Brown Mary, widow of Patrick, house 91 Tremont 
Brown Mary A., teacher Sargent primary school 
Brown Mary E., wid. of Evan, boarding-house, 48 Brattle 
Brown Moses B., machinist Waltham Watch Co. (Wal- 

tham), boards 11 Linnaean 
Brown Nancy Mrs., house 70 Harvard 
Brown Nancy K., widow of Edward, seamstress, house 9 

DeWolf 
Brown Nellie S. Miss, dressmaker, house 865 Main 
Brown Otis F., boards 102 Inman 
Brown Otis S. (Otis S. Brown & Co.), flour, grain, etc., 

Ill Bridge, cor. East, house 29 Secoud 
Brown Otis S. & Co. (Otis S. Brown, Hiram N. Hutchin- 
son and Frank H. Marshall), flour, grain, etc., Ill 

Bridge, corner East 
Brown Patrick A., teamster, house 60 Charles 
Brown Robert C, watchman, house 57 Cherry 
Brown Schuyler L., surveyor Mt. Auburn cemetery, h. 

Mt. Auburn, opp. the cemetery 
Brown Thomas, laborer, house 12 East 
Brown Walter, laborer, house 20 Murdock 
Brown Walter H., stone cutter, house 96 Gore 
Brown William, carpenter, h. 5 Rogers blk., Washington 
Brown William, paper glazier, 10 Arrow, house Flagg. n. 

Putnam avenue 
Brown William, laborer, house 81 Charles 
Brown William, laborer, house rear 140 Pleasant 
Brown William A., clerk (5 Central wharf, B.), boards 91 

Columbia 
BROWN WM. F., printer (50 Bromfield, B.), h. 14 Park 



CAMBRIDGE [ft] DIRECTORY. 77 

Brown William H., plasterer, house Crescent, 1st on right 
from Oxford [B.), h. 13 Second 

Brown William H., teamster Holt & Bugbee (173 Friend, 
Brown William H., boards 16 Ash 

Brown William P., bookkeeper A. H. Hews & Co., bds. 
15 Worcester [River 

Brown William S., baker, 15 River, and 579 Main, h. 17 
Brown William T., grocer, 497 Main, h. 206 Harvard 
Brown William Wells, physician, house 15 Webster av. 
Brown William Wilson, laborer, house 73 Hastings 
Brown & Nichols (Inglis H. Brown and Chas. E. Nich- 
ols), carpenters and builders, 74 Brighton 
Brown, see Browne [h. 64 Antrim 

Browne Benj A., provisions, 290 Broadway, cor. Norfolk, 
Browne George Henry, student H. U., rooms 3 Gray's hall 
Browne Henry R. W., student H. U., rooms 25 Holyoke 

house 
Browne, see Brown 

Browning Francis H., tin plate worker, h. 48 Hamilton 
Browning J. Henry, brakeman B. & A. R. R., boards rear 

19 Vine 
Browning Margaret, widow of Thomas, h. rear 19 Vine 
Brownlee Annie E. Mrs., house 66 Dana 
Brownlow Joseph, house 16 Perry 
Brownlow Wm. A., student H. U., boards 16 Perry 
Bruce Charles F., salesman (Boston), bds. 181 Harvard 
Bruce Emery A., clerk (Boston), boards 18 Pleasant 
Bruce Eugene L., hay, grain, etc., 251 and 253 Cambridge, 
house at Medford [Somerville 

Bruce George Frank, carriage painter Francis Ivers, h. at 
Bruce Isabella S., widow of George W., boarding-house, 

181 Harvard 
Bruce Joseph C, bookkeeper (B.), rooms 196 North av. 
Bruce Philip A., law student H. IT., rooms 13 Kirkland 

place 
Bruce Walter E. (W. E. Bruce & Co.), provisions and 

groceries, 154 Harvard, house 108 Winsor 
Bruce W. E. & Co. (Walter E. Bruce and Albert Jenk- 
ins), groceries and provisions, 154 Harvard 
Brum Antonio E., hairdresser, 101 Cambridge, house at 

Somerville 
Brune Wm. H., student H. U., rooms 58 Ma'tthews hall 
Brunt William, gardener, house 13 Willard 
Brusch Bernard, ale, beer, etc., and boarding-house, 1 and 

2 Washington, house do. 
Brusch Louisa, widow of John, house 1 Washington 
Brush M. Wagner, machinist (15 Province, B.), h.28 Elm 
Bryant Amos G., coachman, 140 North avenue, house 
Porters station, North avenue 



78 CAMBRIDGE [ft] DIRECTORY. 

Bryant Benjamin, boards 99 Prospect 

Bryant Benj. R., com. mer. (50 North Market, B.), house 

11 Tremont 
Bryant Charles A., fireman, boards 31 Brookline 
Bryant Frank, dry goods (78 Chauncy, B.), house 37 

Cog-o-swell avenue 
Bryant Frank L., boards 15 Eliot 

Bryant Fred'k S., carriage maker, 130 Gore, b. at Boston 
Bryant Henry W., student H. U., rooms 7 Little's block 
Bryant Jos. A., paper ruler (82 State, B.), h. 48 Tremont 
Bryant Lewis H., sewing machine agent, house 1 Norfolk 
Bryant Lewis L., physician, 1 Norfolk, house do. 
Bryant Lucy E., widow of John, house 15 Eliot 
Bryant Lydia J., widow, house 31 Brookline 
Bryant Sophia Mrs., house 99 Prospect 
Bryant Win. H., apothecary, 474 Cambridge, h. 478 do. 
Buchanan Andrew, wire worker, bds. 3 Gordon place 
Buchanan Robert, wire worker, house 3 Gordon place 
Buck Abijah R., machinist M. & H. O. Co., h. 50 Winsor 
Buck David S. Mrs., house 16 Holyoke 
Buck Fiedel, cabinet maker F. Geldowsky, h. 66 Second 
Buck Henry L., expressman, 16 Holyoke and (59^- Kilby, 

B.), house 16 Holyoke 
Buck Howard M., student H. U"., rooms 8 Little's block 
Buck John, sawyer, house rear 58 Thorndike 
Buck J. Marshall, clergyman, h. Sydney, near Chestnut 
Buck Lucius A., iron molder, house 14 Market 
Buck Silas B.«, carpenter, house 70 Thorndike 
Buck Silas E., house rear 62 Thorndike 
Buck Willard, traveling agent (N. Y.), h. 83 Charles 
Buckland G. C. Mrs., house 25 Holyoke 
Buckley Cornelius, laborer, house 29 Warren 
Buckley Daniel, laborer, house 126 Webster avenue 
Buckley Daniel, laborer, house rear 6 North 
Buckley Daniel, plumber, house rear 79 Brighton 
Buckley Daniel A., real estate and insurance agent, 547 

Main, house 278 Harvard, corner Inman 
Buckley Ellen, widow of James, house 16 Vine 
Buckley Hannah, widow, house 131 Webster avenue 
Buckley James, net maker, house 98 Fourth 
Buckley James, laborer, house rear 149 Bridge 
Buckley Jeremiah, teamster, boards 35 Jefferson 
Buckley Jeremiah, laborer, house 51 Amory 
Buckley Johanna, widow of Michael, house 98 Fourth 
Buckley John Mrs., house 2 Short 
Buckley Mary, widow of Owen E., house 37 Jefferson 
Buckley Michael, teamster, house 35 Jefferson 
Buckley Philip T., student H. U., bds. at South Boston 
Buckley Timothy, laborer, house 24 Vine 



CAMBRIDGE [J}] DIRECTORY. 79 

Buckley Walter, waiter Memorial hall 

Buckley William, house 159 Spring 

Buckman Albert A., teamster (B.), h. r. 186 Cambridge 

Buck man Caleb P., house 136 Green 

Buckman Charles E., house 179 Harvard 

Buckner Henry, laborer, house rear 32 Hastings 

Buffura Ferdinand M., bell hanger, 648 Main, house 212 

Harvard [101 Norfolk 

Buffum James H., bookkeeper (53 Chatham, B.), boards 
Buffum James L., paper hanger J. H. & J. P. Thayer & 

Co., house 101 Norfolk 
BUGBEE JOHN B. (Holt & Bugbee), hard wood lum- 
ber dealer, 17 East and (173 Friend, B.), h. at Boston 
Bugbee Win. A., carpenter, 79 Brattle, h. 7 Hawthorne 
Buggy John, junk dealer, house 44 Willow place 
Buker Cyrus W., printer Riverside Press, bds. 11 State 
Bulfinch Stephen G. Mrs., rooms 25 Church 
Bull James R. B., house 305 North avenue 
Ballard x4sa Rev., house 22 Centre 
Bullard Charles, tinsmith, boards 36 Fairmont 
Bullard D. Webster, clerk (3 Court House, B.), house 72 

Allston 
Bullard Enoch H., clerk, house 72 Allston 
BULLARD JOHN C, cashier Cambridge Nat'l Bank, 

87 Cambridge, house at Arlington 
Bullard Joseph 6., pottery (Western avenue, Brighton), 

rooms 23 Magazine 
Bullard Joseph P., Boston Grocery Store, 114 Cambridge, 

house 305 North avenue 
Bullard Mary A. Mrs., house 378 Harvard 
Bullard Mary L. Miss, teacher Holmes primary school, 

boards 378 Harvard 
Bullard Stephen, student H. IT., rooms 22 Little's block 
BULLARD WILLARD A., cashier First National Bank, 

Main, corner Prospect, house 761 Main 
Bullard William H., engineer, house 159 Pleasant 
Bullen Alvin A., boards 90 Norfolk 
Bullen Harriet H. Mrs., house 90 Norfolk 
Bullin Charles L., tin smith, room 14 Sands 
Bullock Charles, dentist, 569 Main, house 265 North av. 
Bullock Otis S., machinist, 179 Broadway, h. at Somerville 
Bullock Thomas, house 91 Tremont 
Bullock Warren L., machinist, house 51 Market 
Bunker Nathaniel W., carpenter, house 6 Beech 
Bunker William, house 108 Washington 
Bunten Charles V., salesman (5 Commercial, B.), house 

113 Inman 
Bunten Frederick, clerk (Union, B.), boards 109 Inman 



80 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Bunton George W., clerk (67 Summer, B.), boards 36 

Mt. Auburn [Auburn 

Bunton William A., cashier (49 Broad, B.), house 36 Mt. 

Burbank Edwin A., discount clerk (North National Bank, 

214 Devonshire, B.), house 40 Shepard 
Burbank George, paper collar maker, boards 28 Mellen 
Burbank William EL, student, rooms 7 Lawrence hall 
Burbeck George D., teamster, 115 Western av. 
Burbridge James D., bookkeeper A. H. Hews & Co., bds. 

201 North av. 
Burdakin John C, janitor Court House, house 56 Fifth 
Burdakin Joseph, glass cutter, house 7 Sixth 
Burdett George A., student H. U., rooms 19 Matthews 
hall [hall 

Burdett Herbert C, student H. IT., rooms 58 Matthews 
Burdine Andrew J., carver, rooms 107 Inman 
Burditt LaRoy S., tuner, 162 Broadway, h. 60 Magazine 
Burditt, see Burdett 

Bureau Joseph, laborer, house foot Clifton 
Burg Hampton, cabinet maker, house Vine, near Sixth 
Burg Stephen L., harness maker William Mitchell, Cam- 
bridge, junction Bridge, boards at Boston 
Burge Sarah A., widow, house 158 Harvard 
Burger William R., baker, house 23 Cherry 
Burgess Albert, paper hanger, house 103 River 
Burgess Albert L., at Mason & Hamlin's, bds. 49 Market 
Burgess Daniel, laborer, house 108 Kinnaird 
Burgess Ellen M. Mrs., house 78 Franklin 
Burgess George A., clerk (259 Purchase, B.), house 78 

Franklin 
Burgess George H., clerk 158 Cambridge, boards 134 
Cambridge [Franklin 

Burgess John E., clerk (451 Washington, B.), house 78 
Burgess Margaret, widow, house 33 Union 
Burgess Thomas J., clerk (450 Washington, B.), boards 

33 Union 
Burgess William, laborer, house 14 Salem 
Burgess William D., house 20 Union [h. 8 State 

Burgess Wm. H., reed board maker, M. & H. O. Co., 
Burgwyn James C, carpenter, house 54 Brattle 
Burke Barney, laborer, house 20 Somerset 
Burke Catherine F., widow, house 59 Pleasant 
Burke Edward S., blacksmith, house Murray, near Eliot 
Burke Ellen, widow of James, house rear 15 Vine 
Burke Edward, boards 52 Charles 
Burke James, tinman, boards 23 Somerset 
Burke James, tinsmith, boards 5 Rogers block, Main 
Burke James, plasterer, house 3 Jefferson 
Burke James, hostler, house 4 Second street court 



CAMBRIDGE [ft] DIRECTORY. 81 

Burke John, soap maker, house 23 Somerset 

Burke John, slaughterer, house Carson, cor. Gore 

Burke John, wood carver (40 Lancaster B.), h. 6 Third 

Burke John, packer, boards 20 Hancock 

Burke John, brass finisher, house 99 Green 

Burke Joseph, upholsterer (Cornhill, B.), boards 128 Gore 

Burke Margaret, widow of Edward, house 52 Charles 

Burke Mary, widow, of Patrick, h. 15 Hancock, c. Green 

Burke Michael, teamster, boards 85 Brookline 

Burke Michael, junk dealer, house 62 Charles 

Burke Patrick, pressman Boston Herald (6 Williams ct., 

B.), boards 196 Cambridge 
Burke Thomas, shoemaker (B.), boards 196 Cambridge 
Burkett Augustus H., clerk, house 187 Franklin 
Burkett Frank P., clerk, house 187 Franklin 
Burkett Henry A., auctioneer, house 187 Franklin 
Burleigh Emily A., widow of John A., house 85 Brattle 
Burleigh Jacob N., flour dealer (186 State B.), house 32 

Putnam av. 
Burleigh Susan, widow, house Andrew, near Somerset 
Burleigh Thomas W., driver U. R. Co., h. 445 Cambridge 
Burley David P., foreman U. R. Co's stable, Cambridge, 

corner Baldwin, house do. 
Burlingame Anson Mrs., house 3 Clinton [hall 

Burlingham Charles C, student H. U., rooms 28 Matthews 
Burnes Bridget, widow of John, h. Bell court 
Burnes Thomas, buttermaker, h. foot Bell court 
Burnett Charles H., clerk, 9 Brighton, boards 46 Holyoke 
Burnett Daniel, laborer, house 6 Hannum's block, Broad- 
way 
Burnett Frank W., boards 46 Holyoke 
Burnett Frederick A., driver Hatch & Co., bds 46 Holyoke- 
Burnett James (Burnett & Brown), machine blacksmith, 

Third, near Gas Works, house at Somerville 
Burnett Lewis, house 46 Holyoke 
BURNETT & BROWN (James Burnett and Joel W. 

Brown), machine blacksmiths, Third, n. Gas Works, 

and (14 Bowker, B.) 
Burnhara Charles T., organ maker, house 13)^ Franklin 
Burnham Edward, insurance and real estate agent, 623 

Main, house 68 Inrnan [h. 32 Clark 

Burnham George A., furniture mover (63 Merrimac, B.), 
Burnham Henry D., teamster, house 267 Cambridge 
Burnham Henry D., student H. IT., rooms 48 Brattle 
Burnham Lamont G. (L. G. Burnham & Co.), 221 Bridge 

and (132 Charles. B.), bds. at Young's Hotel, Boston 
BURNHAM L. G. & CO. (Lamont G. Burnham), coal, 

wood, lime, etc., 221 Bridge and (132 Charles, and 

East Chester Park, B.) 
6 



82 CAMBRIDGE [$] DIRECTORY. 

Burnham Marion H. Miss, teacher Webster grammar 

school, boards 68 Inman 
Burnham Robert, teamster, h. Charles, 3d from Sixth 
Burnham Sarah M. Miss, teacher Putnam grammar school, 

bds. 80 Cambridge [Prospect 

Burnham William H., agent (33 India, Boston), h. 119 
Burns Catharine, widow of Bernard, h. 12 East 
Burns Catharine, widow of Bernard, house 4 Rogers blk., 

Washington 
Burns David, carpenter, h. 32 Kinnaird 
Burns David, laborer, house 7 Cowperthwaite 
Burns David F., clerk 15 Sparks, bds. do. 
Burns James, laborer, h. 17 Harvard 

Burns James, teamster Goeffer Bros., bds. 142 Thorndike 
Burns Jeremiah, laborer, house 67 Vine 
Burns Jeremiah, laborer, house 3 Winter 
Burns John, fish dealer (49 Atlantic aw, B.), h. 51 Green 
Burns John, glasscutter, h. rear 109 Gore 
Burns John, laborer, h. rear 1C>2 Franklin 
Burns John B., teamster, h. 152 Bridge 
Burns John J., baker, h. 169 Norfolk 
Burns Julia, widow of John, h. 10 Pine 
Burns Malachi, butcher, h. 159 Columbia 
Burns Nelson, house 111 Columbia 
Burns Patrick J., laborer B. & L. R. R., bds. 12 East 
Burns Patrick J., laborer, b. 4 Rogers blk., Washington 
Burns Peter, provisions, 2 Cowperthwaite, h. do. 
Burns Robert R., carpenter, h. 8 Watson 
Burns Stephen J., h. 21 Plymouth [Plymouth 

Burns Stephen J. Mrs., preserver of flowers, house 21 
Burns Thomas, grocer, 109 Fourth, h. 35 Vine 
Burns Timothy, provisions, 15 Sparks, h. do. 
Burns Timothy J., clerk 15 Sparks, bds. do. 
Burns Wm. A., house 10 Fifth [Spring 

Burns William J., slippermaker (57 High, B.), house 122 
Burns, see Burnes 

Burpee B. Frank, teamster, boards 178 Columbia 
Burpee Joseph E. Mrs., house 149 Prospect 
Burpee Samuel W. Mrs., h. 178 Columbia 
Burr Isaac T., student H. U., rooms 17 Holworthy hall 
Burr Lemuel, hairdresser, 589>£ Main, h. 45 Hampshire 
Burr Lemuel D., laborer, bds. 45 Hampshire 
Burr Mary M., -hairworker, h. 45 Hampshire 
Burr Sally, widow of Seymour, h. 47 Hampshire 
BURRAGE BROTHERS (Josiah K. and Frederick E. 

Burrage), lumber dealers, Broadway, cor. Third 
Burrage Frederick E. (Burrage Brothers), lumber dealer, 

Broadway, cor. Third, bds. 91 Prospect 
Burrage Harriet L., widow of T. F., h. 13 Jay 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 83 

Burrage Henry, engineer and surveyor, City Engineer's 

office, City Hall, house 13 Jay 
Burrage Josiah, at Burrage Brothers, Broadway, corner 

Third, h. 91 Prospect 
Burrage Josiah K. (Burrage Brothers), lumber dealer, 

Broadway, cor. Third, h. 6 Fayette 
Burrage William W., lawyer(33 School, B.), h. 10 Fayette 
Burridge Ward Jackson, house 9 Amory 
Burrill George H., student H. U., rooms 3 Wallace 
Burrill Mary A. Mrs., h. 19 Magazine 
Burrill Middleton S., student H. U., rooms 42 Brattle 
Burriss Nim., hostler U. R. Co., h. Belmont, next Mont- 
gomery 
Burroughs Charles H., agent public carriages, Harvard 

square, h. 24 Farwell place 
Burroughs George A. R., blacksmith (B.), h. 13 Tufts 
Burroughs Henry W., carpenter, h. 4 Mead, n. Walden 
Burrowes Thomas R., coach ironer, h. 3 William 
Burt Charles, mason, h. 2 Mullins ct. 
Burt Seth F., butter, cheese, etc. (24 F. H. Market, B.), 

h. 29 Western av. 
Burton Anson (A. & E. Burton & Co.), brush mnfrs., 12 

Gore and (21 Exchange, B.), h. at So. Lancaster 
Burton A. & E. & Co. (Anson and Ezra Burton and F. 
H. Carter), brush manufacturers, 12 Gore and (21 
Exchange, B.) [h. 98 Otis 

Burton Edward, brass instrument maker (Sudbury, B.), 
Burton Ezra (A. & E. Burton & Co.), brush manufactur- 
er, 12 Gore and (21 Exchange, B.), house at South 
Lancaster [Wendell 

Burton Henry E., clerk Post Office, Harvard sq., house 87 
Burton Henry F., sub-carrier Cambridge P. O., house 87 
Wendell [27 Pearl 

Burton Joseph S., coal, etc. (23 Doane, Boston), boards 
Burton Lizzie M., recorder Court House, bds. 98 Otis 
Burton Mary E. Miss, compositor University Press, bds. 
98 Otis [29 Tremont 

Burton Thomas C, letter carrier P. O., 625 Main, house 
Busch Delia Mrs., h. 4 Hannuin's blk., rear 114 Broadway 
Busch John W., gardener, h. 59 Hampshire 
Busfleld John G., prop. Ross House, 7 Broadway 
Bush Maria, widow, h. 147 Winsor 
Bush Martha, widow, h. 50 Erie 
Bush Washington, laborer, h. rear 105 Elm 
Bushee Julian, brickmaker, h. Vassal lane, rear Cofran's 
brickyard [brickyard 

Bushee Lucia, brickmaker, h. Vassal lane, rear Cofran's 
Bushy Julius, brickmaker, h. Vassal lane, near brickyard 
Buskirk Chas. V., wheelwright, 378 Main, h. at Somerville 



84 CAMBRIDGE [ft] DIRECTORY. 

Buskirk Samuel V., wheelwright, h. 23 School st. ct. 
Busnach Henry, hairdresser, 574 Main, bds. 11 Watson 
Busnach Lewis L., gilder, bds. 11 Watson 
Busnach Michael S., constable, collector, and cigar mnfr., 

576 Main, house 11 Watson 
Busnach Samuel, hairdresser, h. 11 Watson 
Busnach Solomon M., cigar maker, 576 Main, boards 11 

Watson 
Busteed Mary, widow of Robert, h. 41 Harvey, n. Clay 
Busteed William H., teamster, 240 Main, h. 4S6 do. 
Butcher Geo., letter carrier E. Cambridge P. O., house 126 

Thorndike 
Butland John C. F., express driver, h. 155 Pearl 
Butland Uriah, expressman, order box 601 Main (17 No. 

Market, B.), house 155 Pearl 
Butler Alfred J., machinist, 12 Gore, bds. at Boston 
Butler Catherine A., widow of John, h. 139 Cambridge 
Butler Edward, plumber, 187 Cambridge, bds. 184 do. 
Butler George A., organ maker, Fifth, cor. Otis, house at 

Winter hill, Somerville 
Butler George M., student H. U., rooms 45 Weld hall 
Butler Geo. W., engineer, house 504 Cambridge 
Butler Harriet A., teacher City primary school, Alms- 
house, boards 2 Frost [n. Harvard 
Butler Harriet T., widow of Henry M., house Portland, 
Butler Harry, student H. U., rooms 51 Thayer hall 
Butler Isaac W., organ case maker S. S. Hamill, house at 

Somerville 
Butler John, variety store, 122 Broadway, house do. 
Butler Martha H., teacher Otis primary school, b. 2 Frost 
Butler Mary, widow of David, house 10 Somerset 
Butler Mary A. Miss, teacher St. Mary's Parochial school, 

boards 129 Prospect 
Butler Mary H., widow of Samuel, house 2 Frost 
Butler Matthew P., shipping clerk F. A. Kennedy, 502 

Main, boards 129 Prospect 
Butler Michael, mason, house 70 Gore 
Butler Patrick, foreman F. A. Kennedy's baking depart- 
ment, 502 Main, h. 129 Prospect 
Butler Pierce, blacksmith, house rear 23 Somerset 
Butler Thomas, laborer, boards 83 Bridge 
Butterfield Charles M., house 155)^ Cambridge 
Butterfield Geo. A., produce dealer (25 Commercial, B.), 

house 106 Austin 
Butterfield Geo. F., clerk, 194 Cambridge,h. 129 Thorndike 
Butterfield John, clerk (10 Blackstone market, B.), house 

54 Fourth 
Butterfield John H., butcher, boards 54 Fourth 
Butters Geo. W., provisions, 194 Cambridge, h. 140 Otis 



CAMBRIDGE [[J] DIRECTORY. 85 

Butters John W., painter, Columbia, cor. Hampshire, h. 

4 Lincoln court [block, DeWolf 

Butterworth Robert, machinist, 10 Arrow, h. 4 Symonds 
Buttrick A. E. Miss, housekeeper, 801 Main 
Buttrick Elizabeth G. Miss, house 8 Norton 
Buxton Chas. B., fish and oysters, 638 Main, h. 5 Soden 
Buxton Jarvis, teamster, boards 49 Vine 
Buxton John C., engineer, house 49 Vine 
Buzzell David, foreman of machinists Shaw & Applin, h. 

at Boston 
Buzzell George W., coal and wood, house 97 River 
Byard Joseph, carpenter, 113 Broadway, house Franklin 
Byard, see Biard 
Byerly William E., asst. professor of Mathematics H. U., 

rooms 7 Weld hall 
Byram Eben S., house 14 William 
Byram Joseph R., kitchen furnishing goods (11 and 13 

Essex, B.), house 100 Magazine 
Byrd Christmas P., carpenter, house 2 Henderson place 
Byrd, see Bird 

Byrne Thomas, glass worker, house 56 Cambridge 
Byron George H., foreman of carpenters, 113 Broadway, 

house 4 Kinnaird 
Byron John, painter, 14 Church, bcl s. 15 Farwell place 
Byther Hudson B., carriage painter, h. rear 17 Baldwin 

CABOT CHARLES B., boards 8 Magazine 

Cabot Charles H., boards 33 Sixth 

Cabot Fannie L., widow of Charles H., house 33 Sixth 

Cabot Francis E., student H. U., boards 39 Brattle 

Cabot Henry, stone cutter, Gore's wharf, Third, house at 

Brighton 
Cabot Nellie W. Miss, cashier Boston Grocery Store, 114 

Cambridge, boards 33 Sixth 
Cabot Rhoda L., widow of Charles, h. 8 Magazine court 
Cade Charles B. (J. H. Stevens & Co.), plumber, 634 

Main, house 113 Norfolk 
Cade George L., house 464 Main 
Cade William B., polisher, house 27 Park 
Cade William E., varnisher, boards 27 Park 
Cadwell Warren C, student H. U., rooms 45 Thayer hall 
Caflfrey Frederic H., action maker G. Woods & Co., 

rooms 13 Essex 
Cahill Brian, mason, house 9 Baldwin court 
CAHILL JOHN, lawyer, 486 Cambridge and (39 Court, 

B.), house 157 Prospect 
Cahill John, laborer, house 17 Brown 
Cahill Patrick, laborer, h. Montgomery, 1st from Spruce 
Cahill Patrick, laborer, house 111 Pleasant 



86 CAMBRIDGE [Q~\ DIRECTORY. 

Cabill Peter, boards 45 Porter 

Cahill William, lather, house 36 Charles River 

Cahill William H., cooper, 138 Gore, bds. at East Boston 

Cahir Thomas F., foreman J. W. Low & Co., Belmont, 

boards Mechanics Hotel 
Cain John, laborer, h. Willow place, at Somerville line 
Cain John, machinist, 368 Main, boards 391 do. 
Cain Thomas, lard refiner, house rear 108 Tremont 
Cain, see Kane [97 Hampshire 

Cairney William, case maker M. & H. Organ Co., house 
Cairn ey, see Carney 
Cairns John, laborer, house 132 River 
Cairns Michael M., carpenter, house 78 Fifth 
Calderwood John C, brass founder, 368 Main, house 127 

Washington 
Caldwell Almira, widow of Wm. F., h. 131 Cambridge 
Caldwell Clara, widow of George, house 14 Lopez 
Caldwell George, painter, house 14 Lopez 
Caldwell George W., painter, house 27 Sixth 
Caldwell Henry L., teas (66 Broad, B), h. 302 Harvard 
Caldwell James A., house 120 Magazine 
Caldwell Lizzie M., dressmaker, 10 Brookline, house do. 
Caldwell Mathew, book binder, house 89 Elm 
Caldwell Randolph, public carriage, 460 Harvard, house 

59 Brattle 
Caldwell Stephen, laborer, house 9 Mt. Auburn 
Caldwell William, house 354 Harvard 
Caldwell William F., baker, 502 Main 
Calef Horatio S., conductor U. R. Co., boards Beacon, n. 

Inman square 
Calef Solomon C, dealer in moldings (30 Lancaster, B.), 

h. Beacon, near Inman square 
Call James M., conductor U. R. Co., house 14 Dunster 
Callaghan Dennis, grocer, 333 Main, house do. 
Callahan Bartholomew, grocer, 19 Washington, house do. 
Callahan Cal, laborer, house 192 Bridge 
Callahan Catherine, widow of Patrick, h. 18 Harvard 
Callahan Daniel, gate tender Short street crossing L. R. 

R., house 10 Short 
Callahan Daniel, policeman, station 5, house 12 Westford 
Callahan Dennis, laborer, house 49 Araory 
Callahan Edward, soap maker, h. rear 380 Cambridge 
Callahan George H., grocer, 80 Coucord av., bds. 7 Sparks 

street place 
Callahan George L., clerk (Somerville), bds. 65 Winter 
Callahan James, laborer, house 102 Third 
Callahan James, polisher, boards 18 Harvard 
Callahan Jeremiah, job wagon, house 287 Cambridge 
Callahan Jeremiah, house 417 Cambridge 



CAMBRIDGE [Q] DIRECTORY. 87 

Callahan Jeremiah, laborer, house 149 Bridge 
Callahan Jeremiah, laborer, house 210 Bridge 
Callahau John, plumber, boards 257 Franklin 
Callahan John, clerk, 397 Cambridge, boards 417 do. 
Callahan John, laborer, house 7 Sparks street place 
Callahan John, grainer, house 7 Flagg 
Callahan John, laborer, boards 192 Green 
Callahan John, marble cutter, house 3 Lechmere building, 

Cambridge, junction Bridge 
Callahan John J., confectioner, boards 19 Washington 
Callahan John P., printer (Boston Daily Advertiser, 27 

Court, B.j, house 135 Cambridge 
Callahan Margaret, widow, house 74 Spruce 
Callahan Mary, widow of Dennis, house 65 Winter 
Callahan Mary, widow of Patrick, house 40 Foster 
Callahan Mary, widow, house 257 Franklin 
Callahan Patrick, baker, house Flagg, near Banks 
Callahan Patrick, blacksmith, 201 Main, boards 3 Lech- 
mere place 
Callahan Patrick, engineer, boards 65 Winter 
Callahan Philip J., restaurant, 92 Mt. Auburn, house do. 
Callahan Thomas, laborer, house 19 Foster 
Callahan Timothy, teamster, house 7 Fifth 
Callahan William, laborer, house 392 Cambridge 
Callahan William, teamster, house 53 Cedar 
Callahan William Mrs., house 7 Reed 
Callanan Margaret, widow of Patrick, house 12 North 
Callender Charles A., stationery and fancy goods, 485 

Main, house 487 do. 
Callender Frances Miss, dressmaker, 413 Main, house do. 
Callender Mary M. Miss, stamping, embroidering, etc., 

413 Main, house do. [25 Ellery 

Caller Frederick E., student (Boston University), boards 
Caller James, paper glazier, house 25 Ellery 
Caller Joseph, paper glazier, house 23 Ellery 
Calnan Ellen, widow of Timothy, h. 2 Lechmere place 
Calnan James J., liquors, 169 Bridge, house do. 
Calnan John, laborer, house 2 Lechmere place 
Calnan John, laborer, boards 7 Gordon place 
Calnan Maurice, iron molder, boards 143 Franklin 
Calnan Patrick, laborer E. D. Sawyer & Co., h. 51 Gore 
Calnan Thomas, laborer, house 17 Jefferson 
Calnan Timothy, laborer, house 73 Hastings 
Calnon Michael, teamster, 71 Main, house 2 Deacon 
Calvert Charles H., confectioner, house 14 Clark 
Calvert Frances, widow of William, house 13 Clark 
Calvert Wm. A., bookkeeper (61 Pearl, B.), boards 102 

Magazine 
Calvin Thomas S., merchant tailor (868 Washington, B.), 

boards 15 Webster avenue 



88 CAMBRIDGE \_Q~] DIRECTORY. 

Cambridge Almshouse, Win. E. Hough, warden, Tannery- 
Cambridge Cemetery, James K. Farwell, supt., Coolidge 

avenue, near Watertown line 
CAMBRIDGE CHRONICLE, Linn B. Porter, editor 

and proprietor, office 573 Main 
Cambridge City Guards Armory, City building, Brattle sq. 
Cambridge Conservatory of Music, George Fisher, propri- 
etor, 4 Lee 
Cambridge Co-operative Saving Fund and Loan Associa- 
tion, Hovey's hall, Cambridge, cor. Third 
Cambridge Extract Co. (Frank E. Martell), mnfr. ex- 
tracts and essences, 539 Main 
Cambridge Gas Light Co., Lyceum building, Harvard sq., 

A. E. Hildreth, president 
Cambridge Granite Polishing Works, 258 Mount Auburn 
Cambridge High School, L. R. Williston, principal, Broad- 
way, cor. Fayette 
Cambridge Ice Cream Co., 503 Main 
Cambridge Improvement Co., 40 State, room 41 Boston 
CAMBRIDGE LAUNDRY, Soden, office (67 Tremont, 

Boston) 
CAMBRIDGE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., 
Rufus Lamson, pres., Alfred L. Barbour, sec. and 
treas.. 555 Main 
CAMBRIDGE NATIONAL BANK, 87 Cambridge 
Cambridge Observatory, Garden and Concord avenue 
CAM BRIDGE POST OFFICE, 7 Harvard row, Har- 
vard square, Miss O. S. Bragdon, supt. 
Cambririgje Preserving Co., N. C. Pike, supt., 25 Main 
CAMBRIDGE PRESS, James Cox, proprietor, office 531 

Main 
Cambridge Railroad Company, J. H. Tyler, pres., Fred. 

T. SteVens, sec. and treas., Harvard square 
CAMBRIDGE SAVINGS BANK, John B. Dana, pres., 

James M. Thurston, treas., 2 Harvard row 
Cambridge Social Union Rooms, Estes block, 15 Brattle 
Cambridge Vinegar Works, 75 Main, Herbert Derby, prop'r 
Cambridge Water Board, office City hall, 660 Main 
CAMBRIDGEPORT, DIARY CO., 105 Magazine, store 

(117 Devonshire, B.) 
Cambridgeport Express Co., Savage & Son, prop'rs, 600 

Main (Boston offices, 8 and 34 Court" square) 

Cambridgeport National Bank, R. Douglass, pres., 585 

Main [supt. 

Cambridgeport Post Office, 625 Main, Wm. S. Arnaud, 

Cambridgeport Savings Bank, Benj. Tilton, pres., Main, 

near Essex 
Came Daniel, tinner, house 15 Pleasant 
Cameron Charles E., driver U. R. Co., boards 4 Frank 



CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 89 

Cameron Charles J., student H. XL, boards at Boston 
Cammon George E., bookkeeper Chas. Moore & Co., bds. 

43 Coggswell avenue [Coggswell av. 

Cammon John, carriage smith Flenderson Bros., house 43 
Cammon John Albert, bookkeeper (96 Cross, B.), boards 

43 Coggswell avenue 
Campbell Andrew (Campbell Bros. & Co.), boiler mnfr., 

356 Main, house 18 Clark 
Campbell Bridget, widow of James, house 165 Green 
CAMPBELL BROS. & CO. (Andrew and William 

Campbell), boiler rnnfrs., 356 Main 
Campbell Charles M., law student H. U., rooms 22 Mt. 

Auburn 
Campbell David J., asst. telegraph operator engine house, 

Brattle square, boards 23 Wallace 
Campbell Edward, harness maker, 24 Brighton, h. do. 
Campbell Edward, grocer, 28 Willow place, house do. 
Campbell Elizabeth A., widow of James, house 135 Otis 
Campbell Francis, discount clerk Traders Natl Bank (91 

State, B.), boards 36 Lee 
Campbell George, case maker, boards 163 Broadway 
Campbell Harrison C, teamster R. Weitze, house Eighth, 

near Spring [Otis 

Campbell Hugh, leather findings (45 Union, B.), bds. 135 
Campbell Hugh, grocer, 1 Vine, cor. Third, house 3 do. 
Campbell James S., clerk (727 Wash., B.), bds. 135 Otis 
Campbell John, machinist M. & H. O. Co., h. 11 Union 
Campbell John, laborer, house 32 Warren [way 

Campbell John, case maker Mason & Hamlin, 162 Broad- 
Campbell John A., clerk, 621 Main, boards 11 Union 
Campbell John M., tailors' trimmings (43 Summer, B.), 

house 17 Pleasant place 
Campbell J. F. Mrs., house 36 Lee 
Campbell Mary, widow, house 19 Pearl 
Campbell Mary, widow of John, house 53 Mt. Auburn 
Campbell Oliver B., oil (40 Clinton, B.), h. 116 North av. 
Campbell Patrick, tinsmith, boards rear 64 Charles 
Campbell Percival C, clerk (53 State, B.), rooms 107 

Inman 
Campbell Robert H., boards 109 Auburn 
Campbell Robert M., house 109 Auburn 
Campbell Sarah Mrs., house 95 Mt. Auburn 
Campbell Thomas, tinsmith, house rear 62 Charles • 
Campbell Thomas W., tuner G. Woods & Co., rooms 95 

Austin 
Campbell Wilbur F., house rear 26 Somerset 
Campbell William, peddler, boards 25 Blackstone 
Campbell William, bar keeper Prospect House, bds. do. 
Campbell William (Campbell Bros. & Co.), boiler mnfr., 

356 Main, house 29 Winsor 



90 CAMBRIDGE [(J] DIRECTORY. 

Campbell William H., letter carrier Cambridge Post Of- 
fice, house 45 Wright 
Campbell William T., student H. XL, house 36 Lee 
Campbell Wilson, boiler maker, boards 29 Winsor 
Canfield George, law student H. U., rooms 717 Cambridge 
Cannavan Ann, widow, house rear 119 Gore 
Cannavan Eliza, widow of James, house 18 Hunting 
Cannavan John, soap maker, boards 18 Hunting 
Cannavan Richard, laborer, house 18 Hunting 
Cannavan William, baker, 110 Main and 114 Webster 

avenue, house at Somerville 
Cannell Henry (H. N. Hovey & Co.), grocer, 89 Cam- 
bridge, house hb% Gore 
Cannell Joseph, carpenter, boards 55K Gore 
Cannon Cornelia, widow of John, house 912 Main 
Canny Charles, shoemaker, 323 Cambridge, house do. 
Canton Charles, laborer, house 10 Flagg street court 
Canty Zeph, house 73 Gore [138 Thorndike 

Capelle Jonas F., bookkeeper (33 Merrimac, B.), house 
Capelle Thomas, carpenter, house 54 Mt. Auburn 
Capen C. L., music teacher, boards 53 North avenue 
Capen Lizzie C. Miss, teacher Webster grammar school, 

boards 42 Magazine 
Capen Warren F., draw tender, draw No. 2, E. R. R. 

Prison Point bridge, bds at Charlestown 
Carberry William, action maker M. & H. O. Co., house 

at Oakdale 
Carbery Patrick, hostler, 120 Green, house 167 Franklin 
Carew Edward, cooper, house 267 Putnam avenue 
Carew Michael, cooper, house 427 Cambridge 
Carew Thomas A., sculptor, Bath, cor. Mt. Auburn, house 

29 Everett 
Carey Arthur A., student H. TL, rooms 42 Brattle 
Carey Bridget, widow of Michael, house 87 Gore 
Carey Jeremiah, painter, house 87 Gore 
Carey John (VI., painter, boards 87 Gore 
Carey Margaret, wid. of Jas., boarding-house, 23 Brighton 
Carey Timothy D., carpenter, boards 87 Gore 
Carey, see Cary 

Carl John, slater, basement, 622 Main 
Carl Patrick, laborer, house rear 162 Franklin 
Carl, see Carll 

Carlen Mary, widow of John, house 143 Bridge 
Carleton John F., student H. U., rooms 29 Gray's hall, 
Carley Almira Mrs., nurse, house 10 Essex 
Carley George E., clerk B. L. & N. R. R. repair shop, 

boards at Wilmington 
Carley Hannah C. Mrs., hair worker, house 896 Main 
Carley Horace S., painter, house 896 Main 



CAMBRIDGE [Q~] DIRECTORY. 91 

Carley James, laborer, house 9 Donnell 

Carley John D., gate tender Prison Point bridge, B. & L. 

R. R., rooms 12 Minot, Boston 
Carley John E., gardener, boards 9 Donnell 
Carley Patrick, helper, boards 9 Donnell 
Carley Ruth A. Mrs., boarding house, 37 Essex 
Carlin James, foreman Walworth Manufacturing Co., 

368 Main, house 71 Brookline 
Carlin Michael, laborer* house 134 Webster av. 
Carlin Patrick, driver of carriage State Prison (Charles- 
town), house 5 Chapman place 
Carlin William A., plumber, house 225 Franklin 
Carlisle Helen, widow, house 20 Jay 
Carlisle John, glazier (28 Charlestown, B.), boards J. C. 

Lund's, Mt. Vernon 
Carlisle N. D. Mrs., house 17 Kirkland 
Carll Abiather W., foreman of coopers Charles H. North 

& Co., house 15 Eighth 
Carll Eugene S., cooper, boards 15 Eighth 
Carll Llewellyn F., cooper, boards 15 Eighth 
Carll, see Carl 

Carlock Ann, widow of Jacob, house 1 Sceva place 
Carlock Charles T., boards I Sceva place 
Carlock John R., watchcase maker (8 Province court, B.), 

house 430 Main 
Carlton John P., organ maker, 624 Main, bds. 38 Essex 
Carman Charles, clerk, 421 Main, boards 2 Cherry 
Carmichael John, baggage master B. L. & N. R. R., house 

102 Cambridge 
Carnes James, laborer, house 182 Green 
Carnes John, boot and shoemaker, house 11 William 
Carnes Michael, blacksmith, house rear 45 Montgomery 
Carney Edwin A., clerk, 543 Main, boards 2 Norfolk 
Carney Francis H., piano tuner, house 98 River 
Carney James, laborer, house 146 Bridge 
Carney John, marble worker, h. Bristol, near Webster av. 
Carney John, laborer, house 39 Harding 
Carney John, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Carney John, molder, house 10 Daniels court 
Carney Joseph, tin-plate worker, 651 Main, h. 3 Murdock 
Carney Mary, widow of John, house 38 Winter 
Carney Owen, laborer, house 18 Brown 
Carney, see Cairney 

Carpenter Alexander C, blacksmith, house 90 Harvard 
Carpenter Augusta C, widow of Hiram, h. 34 Mt. Auburn 
Carpenter Frank O., student H. U., bds. 34 Mt. Auburn 
Carpenter George, coffin maker, 191 Bridge, boards 1 

Gore place 
Carpenter Samuel, tinsmith, house 92 Webster avenue 



92 CAMBRIDGE [Q~\ DIRECTORY. 

Carpenter Thomas, cabinet maker, house 132 Harvard 

Carr Arthur, laborer, house 34 Jefferson 

Carr Bernard, soap maker, house 18 Decatur 

Carr Charles, carpenter, house 41 Garden 

Carr Charles, teamster, house 20 Decatur 

Carr Charles H., printer, house rear 36 Hancock 

Carr Cyrus F., painter, house 6 Portland 

Carr Edward J., stereotyper, Riverside Press, house 143 

Franklin . [Auburn 

Carr Edwin S., roofing and slating, Grant, house 17 Mt. 
Carr Frank P., driver hose 5, house 195 Hampshire 
Carr Henry, gardener, Mt. Auburn, house Willis court 
Carr Louis B., student H. IT., rooms 8 Holyoke 
Carr Lucien, at Peabody Museum H. XL, rooms 19 Irving 
Carr Martin, coachman, house 9 Cowperthwaite 
Carr Michael (P. Carr, jr., & Bro.), soap mnfr., Lopez, near 

Brookline, house 12 do. 
Carr Michael Win., bookkeeper (53 Commercial, B.), h. 

354 North av. [7 Walnut av. 

Carr Nathaniel, coal dealer (280 Causeway, B.), house 
Carr Patrick, laborer, house 16 Decatur 
Carr Patrick, laborer, house 171 Winsor 
Carr Patrick, jr. (P. Carr, jr., & Bro.), soap maker, Lopez, 

near Brookline, house 16 Decatur 
Carr Peter J., laborer, house 151 Gore 
Carr P. jr., & Bro., (Patrick, jr., and Michael Carr), soft 

soap mnfrs., Lopez, near Brookline 
Carr Thomas, laborer, house 13 Valentine 
Carreiro Joseph, hairdresser, 199 Cambridge, bds. 198 do. 
Carret J. Francisco (Public Library, B.), h. 6 Appian-way 
Carrigan John, cooper (Somerville), house 117 Spring 
Carroll Ann Miss, house 121 Elm 
Carroll Caroline Miss, dressmaker, h. 13 Banks 
Carroll George W., clerk 9 Brattle, boards 3 Madison 
Carroll James, wheelwright, house 24 Harvard 
Carroll James, boards 145 Gore 
CARROLL JAMES H., sewing machines* and agent for 

Butterick's patterns, 116 Cambridge, house do. 
Carroll John, clerk, 165 Bridge, house 36 Winter 
Carroll John, slater, basement 622 Main, bds. 61 Brighton 
Carroll John, shoemaker, house r. 119 Gore 
Carroll John F., machinist, house 145 Gore 
Carroll John F., glassmaker, house 228 Bridge 
Carroll John I., bread dealer, house 26 River 
Carroll Julia, widow of Edward, house 30 Fourth 
Carroll Margarett Miss, dressmaker, h. 13 Banks 
Carroll Mary Miss, house 121 Elm 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, h. 46 River 
Carroll Patrick F., bds. 6 Green 



CAMBRIDGE [()] DIRECTORY. 93 

Carroll Phillip, laborer, h. 187 Franklin 

Carroll Sylvester, hack driver, house 16 Mill 

Carroll Wm, clerk 9 Brattle, h. 3 Madison 

Carroll Wm., gardener, h. 3 Madison 

Carroll Wm., laborer, house Stevens' court 

Carroll Wm., tailor, h. 8 Jefferson 

Carroll Win., wheelwright (26 Charlestown, B.), house 6 

Green 
Carroll Wm. EL, marbleworker, h. 67 Charles 
Carruth Chas. E., grocer, 72 River, bds. 9 Laurel 
Carruth Geo. E., clerk 72 River, h. 9 Laurel 
Carruth Ignatius S., student H. U., rooms 27 Holyoke 

house 
Carson Joseph, bds. 167 Spring 
Carson Robert, soapmaker, house 20 Watson 
Carter Ann J., widow of William, h. rear 103 Spring 
Carter Chas. H., mariner, h. rear 143 Columbia 
Carter E. George, clerk 430 Harvard, bds. 7 Daniels ct. 
Carter Edward E., clerk, bds. 7 Daniels ct. 
Carter Egbert E., coopers apprentice, b. 60>£ Cambridge 
Carter Felix, teamster, h. Dublin, opp. Wyatt's brickyard 
Carter Frank, with Win. Dailey, h. Palmer 
Carter Frank E., office manager, 624 Main, h. 866 do. 
Carter Frank H. (A. & E. Burton & Co.), 12 Gore and 

(21 Exchange, B.), h. at Boston Highlands 
Carter George, glassmaker, house 54 Winter 
Carter Geo. E., picture frames, 77 Cambridge, h. do. 
Carter Geo. P., bookbinder (76 Sudbury, B.), and (Geo. 

Woods & Co.), 624 Main, h. 61 Austin 
Carter Harriet Miss, city missionary (19 Congregational 

House, Beacon, B.), h. 14 Western av. 
Carter Harriet W., widow of Elisha, h. 14 Western av. 
Carter Helen M. Mrs., h. 7 Daniels court 
Carter Herbert L., clerk 624 Main, h. at Boston 
Carter James L., clerk (B.), bds. Willard, cor. Brattle 
Carter John, conductor U". R. Co., bds. 498 Cambridge 
Carter Lemuel F., driver U. R. Co., h. 24 Rockwell 
Carter Nancy C. Mrs., house 771 Main 
Carter Nathan A., sawyer Doe & Hunnewell, boards 174 

Cambridge 
Carter Noel A., hardware (156 Oliver, B.), h. 66 Antrim 
Carter Richard, hostler U. R. Co., house 4 Grant 
Carter Robert H., hostler U. R. Co., h. rear 52 Spruce 
Carter Wm. G., hostler U. R. Co., h. 52 Spruce 
Cartier Louis, tailor (Deer Island), h. 39 Fourth 
Cartwright Ezekiel S., ropemaker, h. 3, r. Fisk blk., Main 
Cartwright James, tinsmith F. A. Kennedy, h. 33 Green 
Cartwright Jos. P., driver S. F. E. 5, h. 196 Hampshire 
Cartwright Mary E., widow of Samuel, h. 66 Harvard 



94 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Cartwright Wallace F.(Sears bldg., B.), h. 63 Sacramento 

Cartwright William II., bookbinder, bds. 66 Harvard 

Carty Henry, bellh anger and grocer, 36 Willow pi., h. do. 

Carty James F., brass finisher, bds. 36 Willow pi. 

Carty see McCarty, also McCarthy 

Carver Benjamin F., student H. U\, bds. 64 Brattle 

Cary Richard Mrs., house 11 Ware 

Cary Thos. G., supt. Zoological Museum, h. 11 Ware 

Cary Thomas G. Mrs., house 11 Ware 

Cary Walter, student H. U., rooms 8 Hoi worthy hall 

Cary see Carey [hall 

Casas Wm. Beltrandelas, student H. U., rooms 24 Weld 

Case Benj. W., driver, bds. 68 Columbia 

Case Lyman G., expressman (99 Sudbury, B.), house 68 

Columbia 
Case William W., student H. U., rooms 49 Grays hall 
Casey Amos, teamster, house rear 9 Fifth 
Casey Andrew, baker, 502 Main, house 14 Pine 
Casey Bernard, carpenter, h. rear 79 Hastings 
Casey Bridget, widow, h. 6 Foster's blk., rear 95 Main 
Casey Edward, h. 2 Norfolk ct. 
Casey Elizabeth, widow of James, h. 102 Fourth 
Casey Frank, clerk, 14 Gore, bds. 63 Winter 
Casey George, laborer, h. 1 Washington 
Casey Henry L., driver M. H. R. R., boards 102 Fourth 
Casey James, brass finisher 368 Main, bds. 391 do. 
Casey James S., driver Engine No. 3., h. 33 Fourth 
Casey John, blacksmith, boards 89 Fifth 
Casey John, fireman F. A. Kennedy, 502 Main, h. 29 Green 
Casey John, laborer, house 71 Brighton 
Casey John, laborer, bds. R. P. Walsh's, Fresh pond lane 
Casey John, machinist, bds. rear 79 Hastings 
Casey John, brittannia worker, bds. 117 Gore 
Casey John, machinist 368 Main, h. rear 79 Hastings 
Casey Michael, gardener 35 Mt. Auburn, bds. do. 
Casey Michael, porter (Revere House, B.), h. 91 Fifth 
Casey Michael, laborer, h. 146 Elm 
Casey Patrick, laborer, h. rear 55 Charles 
Casey Thomas, cabinetmaker, bds. 32 Vine 
Casey Thomas, bar tender (6 Blackstone, B.), h. 32 Vine 
Casey Thomas J., carver, house 173 Cambridge 
Casey Thomas, laborer, bds. 6 Foster's blk., -Main 
Casey William, undertaker, 104 Fourth, h. do. 
Casey Wm. E. J., sexton St. Johns church, b. 104 Fourth 
Cashman Ellen, widow, house 46 Spruce 
Cashman James, laborer, bds. 97 Hampshire 
Cashman John, laborer, h. 26 Donnell 
Cashman John J., laborer^ bds. 26 Donnell 
Cashman Michael, laborer, h. 97 Hampshire 



CAMBRIDGE [(J] DIRECTORT. 95 

Cash man William F., tinsmith, bds. 26 Donnell 

Casper Maximillian, bds. Charles, near Sixth 

Casper Nichols, brass spinner (Travers, cor. Beverly, B.), 

house Charles, near Sixth 
Cass Frederick G., carpenter, 12 Green, house do. 
Cass George, painter, house 1 Butler's blk, Charles River 
Cass Lewis, painter U". R. Co., house 12 Appian-way 
Cassidy Edward gardener, house 56 Pearl 
Cassidy Edward, glasscutter N". E. Glass Co., h. 79 Spring 
Cassidy Edward, jr., clerk (B. & M. freight depot, B.), 

boards 56 Pearl 
Cassidy John, tinsmith, house 22 Union 
Castle Eliza, widow, house 6 Ashburton place 
Castle James C, clerk, 421 Main, bds. 6 Ashburton place 
Caswell Alanson VV\, painter, house 6 Oak 
Caswell Elizabeth, widow of John, house 161 Green 
Caswell Geo. B., clerk, 139 Broadway, h. 16 Western av. 
Caswell Isabel R, widow of Alanson B., h. 124 Austin 
Caswell Sarah P., widow of Enoch EL, h. 16 Western av. 
Caswell Thomas, grocer, 91 Hampshire, house 93 do. 
Caswell Thomas fiL, clerk, 91 Hampshire, bds. 93 do. 
Cate Louisa L., widow of James, house 7 Appian-way 
Cate Luther G., lumber dealer (N. H.), h. 22 Concord av. 
Cate Martin Luther, boards 22 Concord avenue 
Cate, see also Kate 

Cathcart Samuel T., cooper, house 150 Spring 
Catlin Charles A., student H. U\, rooms 48 Brattle 
Catlin Edward X., musician, house 94 Allston 
Cauper Joel, cigar mnfr., house 3 Rollins court 
Cavanagh Dennis, carpenter, house rear 15 Vine 
Cavanagh George, laborer, boards 198 Cambridge 
Cavanagh John, laborer, boards 3 Vine 
Cavanagh John, cook, house 45 Brookline 
Cavanagh Michael, harness maker, 438 Main, house 593^ 
Franklin [house do. 

Cavanagh Michael T., grocer, 346 North av., opp. Cedar, 
Cavanagh Patrick, laborer, house 26 Winter 
Cavanagh, see Kavanagh [Bridge 

Cawley Thomas J., laborer P. T. Clark > Co., house 210 
Cayzer Alfred L., clerk N. E. Glass Co., boards Highland 

avenue, Somerville 
Center Caroline Mrs., house 2 Lincoln court 
Cesodeia Joseph, carver, house Hawkins blk., Charles, n. 
Third [at Medford 

Chadbourne Samuel R., fly finisher Mason & Hamlin, h. 
Chad wick Alford F., box maker, house 44 Winsor 
Chaifee Charles S., supt. Union Glass Co. (Somerville), 
boards 55 Otis 



96 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Chaffee Knowlton S. (Chaffee & Cummings), charcoal, 
junc. Bridge and Cambridge, and pres. F. H. Ins. Co. 
(60 Devonshire, B.), house 55 Otis 
Chaffee & Cummings (K. S. Chaffee and D. P. Cummings), 

charcoal, junc. Bridge and Cambridge 
Chalifour Anthony, foreman Bay State Brick Co., rear 

12-4 Spruce, and boarding-house do. 
Chalk Abraham G., shoemaker, 75 Gore, house do. 
Chalk George A., steward Memorial hall 
Challis Alfred, painter (73 Fulton, B.), h. 42 Holyoke 
Challis Nancy E. Mrs., nurse, house 9 Roseland 
Chalmers James, lithographer Riverside Press, house 12 
Watson [Water 

Chamanske Andrew, carpenter F. Geldowsky, boards 2 
Chamberlain Eugene T., student H. U., rms. 47 Weld hall 
Chamberlain Geo. D., beef (46 F. M. Mkt., B.), h. 5 River 
Chamberlain James F., silver plater (21 School, B.), h. 

116 Prospect 
Chamberlain Lydia S., h. Sacramento pi., 1st on right 
Chamberlain Nathan H., clergyman, house Sacramento 

place, 1st on right 
Chamberlain Newell, beef (46 F. H. Mkt, B.), h. 7 River 
Chamberlain Sally N. Mrs., teacher Boardman primary 

school, house 91 Auburn 
Chamberlain Willard N., provisions (46 F. H. Mkt., B.), 

house 18>£ Western avenue 
Chamberlayne Charles F., student H. U., boards Nathan 

H. Chamberlain's, Sacramento place 
Chamberlayne Henry D., student, bds. Nathan H. Cham- 
berlain's, Sacramento place [place 
Chamberlin Alfred N., shoemaker, 642 Main, h. 2 King 
Chamberlin Asa W., printer, boards 14 Harrison 
Chamberlin A. Otis, letter carrier P. O., 625 Main, house 

2 King place 
Chamberlin Charles P. Mrs., widow, house 39 Columbia 
Chamberlin Charles U. (D. U. Chamberlin & Co.), hard- 
ware, 622 Main, boards 659 do. 
Chamberlin Daniel IJ. (D. U. Chamberlin & Co.), hard- 
ware, 622 Main, house 659 do. 
Chamberlin D. U. & Co. (Daniel U., George H., and 

Charles U. Chamberlin), hardware, etc., 622 Main 
Chamberlin Edward (Edward Chamberlin &Co.), Boston 
Chemical Works, Third, n. Bent, office (21 Central, 
B.), house at North Abington 
Chamberlin Edward & Co. (Edward Chamberlin), Bos- 
ton Chemical Works, Third, near Bent, office (21 
Central, B.) [Antrim 

Chamberlin Francis, gardener, 398 Broadway, house 13 
Chamberlin George H. (D. U. Chamberlin & Co.), hard- 
ware, 622 Main, bds. 77 Brattle 



CAMBRIDGE [Q] DIRECTORY. 97 

Chamberlin Mary, widow of John, house 77 Brattle 
Chamberiin Samuel B., mail agent (N. Y. & N. E. R. R.), 

house 145 Pearl 
Chamberlin Volney R., provisions (33 North, B.), house 

167 Brookline [Main 

Chamberlin William E., draughtsman (Boston), bds. 659 
Chamberlin, see Chamberlain also Chamberlayne 
Chambers J. M., cooper, house 54 Sydney 
Chambers John H., foreman Jaynes & Co., h. 19 Franklin 
Chambers Samuel D., mariner, house 39 Washington 
Chambers Patrick, laborer, house 128 Webster avenue 
Champion Joel D., teamster, house 10 Squires court 
Chandler Chas. F., diary maker, bds. 51 Fairmont 
Chandler Charles H., proof reader (B.), h. 40 Mt. Auburn 
Chandler Chas. EL, bookkeeper( 178 Devonshire, B.), h. 

764 Main 
Chandler Digby W., wood engraver, bds. rear 28 Front 
Chandler Edward R., hatter, house rear 28 Front 
Chandler Emeline B., widow of Ebenezer, h. 16 Amory 
Chandler Frank A., stereotyper Riverside Press, boards 

28 Front 
Chandler Frederick E., student H. XL, bds. at Boston 
Chandler Gilbert E., teller West Boston Savings Bank 

(Staniford, cor. Cambridge, B.), bds. 16 Amory 
Chandler Herbert H., cashier (290 Devonshire, B.), boards 

73 Dana [way, mom 5 

Chandler Isaac A., foreman, 78 Main, house 225 Broad- 
Chandler James, house 51 Fairmont 
Chandler Lewis B., clerk, 655 Main, bds. 16 Amory 
Chandler Mary Mrs., house 371 Harvard 
Chandler Samuel E., accountant (Navy Yard, B.), house 

15 Bigelow [73 Dana 

Chandler Stephen B., salesman (163 Washington, B.), b. 
Chandler Thomas H., Prof, of mechanical dentistry and 

Dean of the Dental Faculty, h. at Boston 
Chandler William, bookbinder Riverside Press, house 2 

Ballord place 
Chaney Sylvanus B., cracker dealer, house 81 Green 
Channing Edward Perkins, student H. U., rooms 1 

Stoughton hall 
Channing Edward T. Mrs., house 67 Kirkland 
Chapin Andrew N., mason, house 167 Franklin 
Chapin Edward E., mason, house 25 Elm 
Chapin Gardner (Chapin Bros.) (165 South Market, B.), 

house 93 Otis [house 66 Otis 

Chapin George T., produce (13 Blackstone market, B.), 
Chapin Henry B., student H. U., rooms 42 Matthews hall 
Chapin Herman, student H. U., rooms 41 Weld hall 
Chapin Lucius L., clerk, 192 Cambridge, house do. 
7 



98 CAMBRIDGE [ (]] DIRECTORY. 

Chaplin George, carpenter and builder, h. Greenough av. 
Chaplin Sarah T., wid. of Charles F., house 152 Austin, 

corner In man 
Chapman Albert, boards 459 Main 

Chapman Charles E., clerk (P. O., B.), b. 41 Washington 
Chapman Charles H., laborer, boards 459 Main 
Chapman Charles H., student H. U., rooms 16 Stough- 

ton hall 
Chapman Francis L. (F. L. Chapman & Co.), carriage 

mnfr., rear 15 Brattle, h. 11 Story 
Chapman Fred. L. (F. L. Chapman & Co.), carriage mnfr., 

rear 15 Brattle, h. 349 Harvard 
Chapman F. L. & Co. (Francis L. and Fred. L. Chap- 
man), carriage mnfrs. and dealers, r. 15 Brattle 
Chapman Henry, paper hanger, boards 392 Cambridge 
CHAPMAN JAMES W., collector (243 Washington, 

B.), h. 61 Cherry [Pine 

Chapman John L., action maker M. & H. O. Co., h. 50 
Chapman Mary E. Mrs., house 459 Main 
Chapman Nathaniel B., carpenter, rooms 16 Story 
Chapman Rufus B., machinist, 368 Main, h. at Stoneham 
Chapman Walter S., organ maker, 624 Main, h. 21 Hews 
Chapman William, house 392 Cambridge 
Chapman William, jr., carpenter, house 392 Cambridge 
Chapman William H., carpenter, boards 392 Cambridge 
Chapman Z. D., furniture mnfr., Osborn mills, State, and 

(132 Friend, B.), house at Boston 
CHARLES RIVER IRON WORKS, Kendall & Rob- 
erts, proprietors, 72 and 92 Main 
CHARLES RIVER NATIONAL BANK, E. Snow, 

cashier, 1 Harvard row [Thorndike 

Charmois Victor, designer (98 Washington, B.), h. 141 
Chartrand George, cooper, house 147 Gore 
Chase Benj. D., clerk Mutual Life Ins. Co. of N. Y., 

(Milk, cor. Pearl, B.), h. 125 Austin 
Chase Charlotte M., teacher Webster grammar school, 

boards 287 Broadway 
Chase Edwin B. Mrs., house 50 Shepard 
Chase Frederick, driver U. R. Co., boards 4 Frank 
Chase Freeman H., express order box, Post office, and (91 

Kilby, B.), h. 156 Hampshire 
Chase George S., house Mt. Pleasant . 
Chase George T., shipper Geo. Woods & Co., h. at Lynn 
Chase George T., student H. U., rooms 14 Grays hall 
Chase George W., clerk, boards 52 Elm 
Chase Harry W., student H. U., rooms 24 Thayer hall 
Chase Henry E., machinist B. L. & N. R. R. repair shop, 

rooms 73 Thorndike 
,Chase Henry G., trav. salesman, boards 121 Prospect 






CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 99 

Chase Herbert A., homoeeo. physician, 772 Main, h. do. 
Chase Hiram L., homoeopathic physician, office and house 

752 Main 
Chase Isaac R., engineer, house rear 145 Columbia 
Chase Jeremiah C., house *287 Broadway 
Chase Joseph S., wood worker M. & H. O. Co., house at 

Medford 
Chase Josiah G., engineer and surveyor, house 8 Bigelow 
Chase J. Herbert, at Mason & Hamlin's, h. 51 Market 
Chase Samuel, fancy goods, 14 Pearl block, Pearl, house 

111 Auburn [h. 52 Elm 

Chase Samuel F., ice dealer, Hampshire, near Columbia, 
Chase Sarah J. Miss, house 17 Kirkland 
Chase Simeon, miner, house 4 Amory place 
Chase Wm. F., printer (451 Wash., B.), house 848 Main 
Chase Wm. L., printer (Devonshire, B.), bds. 22 Elm 
Cheeseman Frank, hostler, house rear 7 Webster avenue 
Cheever David W., professor of clinical surgery H. U. 

house at Boston 
Cheney Anna L. Mrs., boards 351 Harvard 
Cheney Charles D., engineer B. & L. R. R., h. 15 Second 
Cheney Chas. M., clerk (13 No. Market, B.), b. 72 Fourth 
Cheney Chas. W., driver F. A. Kennedy, h. 12 William 
Cheney Edwin L., produce dealer (10 new F. H. market, 

B.), house 41 Essex [Hancock 

Cheney Ellen A., teacher Harvard primary school, bds. 27 
Cheney George L., student H. IT., rooms 5 Holyoke House 
Cheney Hiram W., traveling agent, house 94 Prospect 
Cheney Joseph P., house 12 William 
Cheney Mary M., widow of Nathan, house 54 Essex 
Cherevoy George L., clerk (210 Washington, B.). boards 

39 Hamilton 
Chesley Nancy, widow of William, hotfse 519 Main 
Chestnut Alexander, machinist, 72 Main, h. at Charlestown 
Chestnut James, oil hat maker, h. 7 Second street court 
Chestnut Robert, laborer, house Warren, opp. Jefferson 
Chew Robert H., laborer, house 47 Harding 
Chick Amos, carpenter, house 9 Gerry 
Chick Daniel W., stair builder and grocer, 153 Harvard, 

house 179 do. 
Chick Joseph E., teamster, house 29 Sixth 
Chickering William H., clerk B. & L. & N. R. R. freight 

office, Prison Point road, house at Somerville 
Child Andrew J., boarding, baiting, and sale stable (Rich- 
mond, near Commercial, B.), b. Prospect House 
Child Carrie E., widow of Chas. F., rooms 32 Mt. Auburn 
Child Francis J., Boylston professor of English H. U., h. 

67 Kirkland 
Child Joseph, sailmaker, house 760 Main 



100 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Child Joseph, jr., leather dealer (95 High, B.), house 99 

Magazine 
Child Moses M., truant officer, ward 1, bds. 10 Farwell pi. 
Child Spencer, teamster (172 State, B.), h. 226 Broadway- 
Child William B., house 17 Pearl 
Childs Edward A., candy maker, boards 6 Lincoln 
Childs Edward F., confectioner, 104 Webster avenue, h. 

6 Lincoln [Lexington 

Childs Frank C, clerk Mt. Auburn cemetery, h. at East 
Childs Henry H., printer, house 18 Fairmont 
Childs John H., book binder Riverside Press, house 26 

Fairmont 
Childs John J., house 18 Fairmont 
Childs William H., polisher, boards 6 Lincoln 
Childs, see Child 

Chilly Charles, hairdresser, 72 Norfolk, house do. 
Chipley Ezekiel S., clerk (219 Washington, B.), boards 

27 William 
Chipman Albion, pattern and model maker (Dorchester 

avenue, South Boston), house 74 Fourth 
Chisholm Colin, carpenter, 124 Elm, h. 108 Tremont 
Chisholm Duncan, wheelwright, house 108 Prospect 
Chism Samuel Mrs., house 7 Felton 
Choate Charles F., counselor (28 Pemberton square, B.), 

house 153 Brattle 
Choate Edward C, student, boards 153 Brattle 
Choate George Dr., house 154 Brattle 
Choate William, student H. U., rooms 34 Felton bldg. 
Christian Joseph, cabinet maker, house 42 Vine 
Christie Michael, laborer, house 16 Reed 
Christie William, supt. Dana Hill club stable, 677 Main, 

house 22 Western avenue [Mount Auburn 

Christie William H., book binder Welch & Co., house 28 
Christopher Edward B., carpenter, house 44 Pine 
Christopher Eugene, cabinet maker, house 88 Spring 
Christopher Zenas, harness maker, house 13 Mt. Auburn 
Church Charles L., cigar maker (4 Charlestown, B.), h. 

124 Thorndike 
Church Charleene H. A., teamster, house 53 Hastings 
Church Elizabeth E., widow, house rear 16 Antrim 
Church John B., cabinet maker, h. 7 Bucks blk., Seventh 
Church Mary A., widow, house 53 Hastings 
Churchill Charles B., wholesale clocks (259 Washington, 

B.), house 16 Ellery [h. 31 Antrim 

Churchill Henry C, bronzed goods (164 Devonshire, B.), 
Churchill John M. B., student H. U.. rooms 11 Holyoke 

house [house 

Churchill W. Christy, studeut H. U., rooms 24 Holyoke 
Chute Clarinda G., widow of Wm. B., house r. 508 Main 



CAMBRIDGE [Q] DIRECTORY. 101 



Chute Rupert J., boards 19 Prospect 

Cilley Horace L. (Cilley, Stimson & Woodbury), stable, 
120 Green, and (40 Green, B.), h. 13 Poplar, Boston 

Cilley, Stirason & Woodbury (Horace L. Cilley, Martin 
W. Stimson and Willard H. Woodbury), livery 
stable, 120 Green 

CITY HALL, 660 Main 

Clafliu Walter A., clerk, 468 Harvard, bds. 12 Plympton 

Clancy James, net maker, house 122 Third 

Clancy William, helper, 92 Main, boards 34 Hampshire 

Clapp Charles C, music store (69 Court, B.)j house 132 
Mt. Auburn [Mt. Auburn 

Clapp Edward C, compositor J. Wilson & Son, h. 141 

Clapp George Walter, metals (120 North, B.), h. 49 Erie 

Clapp Horace, house 8 Plympton 

Clapp John, sawyer M. & H. O. Co., rooms 227 Broadway 

Clapp Nancy T., widow of Frederick, house 8 River 

Clapp Robert P., student H. U., rooms 65 College House 

Clapp Seth Edward, clerk (9 Cambridge, B.), house 65 
Pleasant [burn 

Clapp Walter H., clerk (69 Court, B.), bds. 132 Mt. Au- 

Clapp Win. S., clerk (69 Court, B.), bds. 132 Mt. Auburn 

Claridge Lydia J. Mrs., house 19 Prospect 

Clark Albert E., engineer (Hamilton, cor. Batterymarch, 
B.), house 158 Cambridge 

Clark Almira H., widow of William F., house 53 River 

Clark Alvan (Alvan Clark & Sons), telescope maker, 
Brookline, n. the bridge, h. 184 do. 

Clark Alvan & Sons (Alvan, Alvan G., and George B. 
Clark), telescope makers, Brookline, n. the bridge 

Clark Alvan G. (Alvan Clark & Sons), telescope maker, 
h. 186 Brookline, near the bridge 

Clark Amasa S. K., clerk Cambridge Gas Co., boards 21 
Irving [Irving 

Clark Ambrose H., collector Cambridge Gas Co., house 21 

Clark Appleton, boots and shoes (164 Congress, B.), h. 20 
Sacramento [Lowell 

Clark Asa D. (Boston Bolt and Nut Co.), Portland, h. at 

Clark Barney, blacksmith, house 15 Banks 

Clark Benjamin P. (Benjamin P. Clark & Co.), confec- 
tioner, 503 Main, house 81 Franklin 

Clark B. P. & Co. (Benj. P. Clark, Amasa A. McKusick, 
and Thos. H. Emerson), confectionery and cigar man- 
ufacturers, 503 Main 

Clark Carrie M., widow, house 38 Sacramento 

Clark Charles A., student H. U., rooms 1 College House 

Clark Chester N., supt. brush department House of Cor- 
rection, East Cambridge, house at Somerville 

C lark Christopher, laborer B. & L. R. R., bds. 57 Gore 



102 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

^ , 

Clark Daniel, clerk, 2 Holyoke, boards 21 South 
CLARK EDWARD J., marbleworker (441 Tremont, B.) , 

boards 23 Wallace 
Clark Edward P., clerk, 6 Brattle, boards 8 Eliot 
Clark Ella W. Miss, teacher Thorndike grammar school, 

boards at Winchester 
Clark Ernest W., plumber, 634 Main, bds. 30 Warland 
Clark Fannie B. Mrs., house 391 Harvard 
Clark Frederick C. (F. C. Clark & Co.), stoves, etc., 914 

Main, boards 404 Harvard [etc., 914 Main 

Clark F. C. & Co. (Frederick C. Clark), stoves, tin ware, 
Clark George, confectioner, house 72 Hampshire 
Clark George B. (Alvan Clark & Sons), telescope maker, 

house 182 Brookline [Harris, n. Oxford 

Clark Henry H., proofreader University Press, h. foot 
Clark Herbert, gardener H. U. Botanical garden, Ray- 
mond, boards do. 
Clark Hyacinth, boiler maker, 356 Main, h. 239 Cambridge 
Clark Ira E., engineer and surveyor, City engineer's office, 

City Hall, boards 65 Austin 
Clark James P., florist (1 A Park, B.), house Madison, n. 

Concord avenue 
Clark James S., glass cutter N. E. Glass Co., b. 79 Spring 
Clark Jeduthan, clerk, 31 River, bds. Western avenue 
Clark John, house Moore's block, 32 Charles River 
Clark John, house Chestnut, corner Sydney 
Clark John, plasterer, house Mt. Pleasant 
Clark John, tailor, 1% Holyoke, house 37 Cowperthwaite 
Clark John, jr., painter, b. Moore's blk., 32 Charles River 
Clark John B., case maker, 624 Main, house 7 Prospect 
Clark John W., cabinetmaker, house 98 Hampshire 
Clark Lewis C, driver Supply Hose No. 1, City Building, 

Green, h. do. 
Clark Linus M. (Clark & Marden), organ mnfrs., 73 

Main, h. at Boston 
Clark Louis M., student H. U., rooms 43 Thayer hall 
Clark Mary, widow of Bartholomew, house foot Dunster 
Clark Mary E,, widow of John, h. 72 Hampshire 
Clark Mary J. Miss, dressmaker, h. 135 Thorndike 
Clark Martin V. B., printer Riverside Press, h. 25 William 
Clark Matthias C, stonecutter, house 94 Sixth 
Clark Metcalf M. Mrs., house 134 Oxford 
Clark Ozias, carpenter, 48 Cambridge, h. at Somerville 
Clark Patrick, pot maker, N". E. Glass Co., h. 7 Water 
Clark Patrick, teamster, h. 104 Sparks 
Clark Patrick T. (P. T. Clark & Co.), wood and coal, 211 

Bridge, foot of Third, h. 150 Prospect 
CLARK P. T. & CO.(Patrick T. Clark), coal, wood, lime, 

etc., 211 Bridge, foot Third 



CAMBRIDGE [Q] DIRECTORY. 103 

Clark Robert O., carver, h. 178 Hampshire 

Clark Samuel L., painter, h. 30 Warland 

Clark Simon P., carpenter 19 Cherry, h. 35 do. 

Clark Sophia S. Mrs., boarding house, 404 Harvard 

Clark Stephen C, student H. U., bds. 48 Pleasant 

Clark S. Adams, foreman G. G. Page & Co., house at 

Somerville [Winsor 

Clark Thomas, clerk Boston Car Wheel Co., house 88 
Clark Thomas C, painter, bds. 21 South 
Clark Thomas H., plumber, bds. 29 Ash 
Clark Walter T., drug clerk 528 Cambridge, b. 88 Winsor 
Clark William, house 36 Amory 
Clark William B., student H. XL, bds. 391 Harvard 
Clark William H.,. bookbinder (76 Sudbury, B.), house 

rear 202 Putnam avenue 
Clark William T., clerk F. A. Gerry, North avenue, bds. 

23 Wallace 
Clark & Marden(Linus M. Clark and Horace K. Marden), 

mnfrs. of church organs, 73 Main 
Clarke Augustus P., physician, 693 Main, h. do. 
Clarke Benjamin, house 48 Shepard 
Clarke Charles H., stereotyper, bds. 55 Mt. Auburn 
Clarke Cyrus T. W., barrelmaker, bds. J. Milton Clarke's, 

Florence place 
Clarke Edward K., student H. U., rooms 42 Weld hall 
Clarke Herbert M., student H. XL, rooms 26 Weld hall 
Clarke Honora A., widow of William, bds. 55 Otis 
Clarke John, provisions, house 22 Hunting 
Clarke J. Milton, messenger (Sub Treasury, B.), house 

Florence place 
Clarke Mary Ann, widow, house 55 Mt. Auburn 
Clarke Mary W., widow of Moses, house 68 Otis 
Clarke Milton, engraver, bds. 2 Florence place 
Clarke Morris D., law student H. U., bds. 68 Otis 
Clarke Richard, laborer, h. 22 Hunting 
Clarke Solomon, teamster, house 7 Fifth 
Clarke Thomas, clerk 432 Cambridge, bds. 434 do. 
Clarke Wm., bootmaker 21 Beaver, cor. DeWolf, h. do. 
Clarke William H., carriagesmith F. Ivers, bds. 21 Beaver 
Clarke* see Clark 

Clarkson John, painter, house 50 Cedar 
Clarkson Richard, clerk 346 North avenue, h. 50 Cedar 
Clarkson Thos. G., jeweler (11 West, B.), h. 6 Rockwell 
Clary Edward, clerk John Clary, East, b. 142 Cambridge 
Clary Francis P., janitor Boylston hall H. U., house 22 

Baldwin [cor. Forest 

Clary Henry D. (Custom House, B.), house 130 Oxford, 
Clary John, lumber dealer, Hastings wharf, East, house 

142 Cambridge 



104 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Clary Mary, widow of David, h. 230 Bridge 

Clary Patrick, laborer, h. 124 Webster avenue 

Clary Patrick, stonemason, h. 7 Baldwin court 

Clasby John, carpenter, h. 60 Webster avenue 

Clasby Thomas, laborer, house 10 Flagg court 

Clattenburg John J., blacksmith, house 65 Vine 

Claussen Henry, lithographer, bds. 214 Green 

Claussen Peter N., boots and shoes, 11 Harvard row, h. 

214 Green 
Clay John S., hostler 25 Lee, bds. do. 
Clayton Horace E., rooms 20 Essex 
Cleary James, box maker, h. 8 Decatur 
Cleary Michael, laborer, h. 8 Decatur 
Cleaveland John A., teamster, h. 138 Spring 
Clemmet Thomas, tailor, h. 38 Brookline 
Cleveland Albert D., policeman, station 5, h. 387 No. av. 
Cleveland James A., action maker Mason & Hamlin, h. 

231 Broadway 
Cleveland Mary W. Mrs., house 51 Oxford 
Cleveland Win. A., letter carrier North Cambridge P. O., 

boards 189>£ North avenue 
Clifford James, hostler, house 242 Cambridge 
Clifford Owen, laborer, house 191 Dublin 
Clifford Patrick, house 12 Magazine court 
Clifford Timothy, hostler, bds. 23 Carson 
Close Carrie, teacher Allston grammar school, boards 254 

Broadway 
Close George, confectioner mnfr. 244 Broadway, house 

254 do. [bridge, h. do. 

Close John, fancy cake baker and confectionery, 315 Cam- 
Closs Peter J., pocketbook maker, house 6 Prince 
Clough John S., purchasing agent J. P. Sqnire & Co., 

168 Gore, h. at Chelsea [Squire's court 

Clough Joseph L., clerk J. P. Squire & Co., boards 14 
Clough Sophronia C, widow of John K., h. 55 Columbia 
Clous Charles, civil engineer, house 75 Spring 
Clouston Frank C, clerk, 597 Main, bds. 14 William 
Clouston Mary L., widow of William, h. 14 William 
Clover Ellis, clerk, 30 Brighton, bds. 14 Murdock 
Clover Frederick, clerk, 30 Brighton, house 14 Murdock 
Clow Edmund, printer Riverside Press, h. 50 Fairmont 
Clow Henry, printer Riverside Press, bds. 50 Fairmont 
Cloyes Lothrop J., policeman, station 1, house 12 Story 
Clucas Thomas, tinman D. S. Co., house 7 Grant 
Clukes William H., jig sawyer (791 Tremont, B.), house 

173 Cambridge [bds. Willow place 

Coakley Daniel, hack driver, Bridge, junction Cambridge, 
Coakley David, laborer, house 16 East 
Coakley Patrick, laborer, house 14 Willow place 



CAMBRIDGE [Q] DIRECTORY. 105 

Coakley Timothy, expressman, house 500 Cambridge 
Coates Edward A., upholsterer, 534 Main, h. at Boston 
Coates Edward M., upholsterer 534 Main, bds. 34 Essex 
Cobb Edward C, tin worker, 525 Main, bds. 5 Columbia 
Cobb Edward Howard, student H. U., rooms 14 Stough- 

ton hall 
Cobb Franklin A., clerk, 638 Main, h. 29 Pleasant 
Cobb Geo. E., picture frames, etc., 465 Main, house do. 
Cobb George S., carpenter, house 149 Cambridge 
Cobb Henry C, driver U. R. Co., bds. 16J£ Mill 
Cobb Joseph Pettee, student H. U., rooms 14 Stough- 

ton hall [house 17 Prospect 

Cobb Josiah H., grocer (1 Thompson sq., Charlestown), 
Cobb Tobias, laborer, house 15 Hastings 
Cobel Frank, blacksmith (B.), boards 2 Water 
Coburn Cnlvin, organ maker, Fifth, c. Otis, h. 148 Spring 
Coburn Charles, clerk (Dock sq., B.), h. 15 Beech 
Coburn Chas. F., organ maker, Fifth, c. Otis, h. 148 Spring 
Coburn George A., physician, 13 Sixth, house do. 
Coburn Misses, house 70 Green 

Coburn Susie A. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 502 Cambridge 
Coburn Wendell T., clothing (20 Brattle, B.), house 110 

Winsor 
Cochran Archibald, case maker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Cochran John (Govan & Cochran), organ case maker 

Mason & Hamlin Organ Co., h. 14 State 
Cocklin Julia, widow of Patrick, house 9 Flagg 
Codman Francis, student H. U., rooms 38 Gray's hall 
Cody James, hostler Charles W. Eliot, h. Holmes place 
Cody Joseph, carver, house 90 Third 
Coes George EL, comedian, house 207 Hampshire 
Coffey David, clerk J. J. Coffey, Franklin, cor. Bay, b. do. 
Coffey Dennis, switch tender B. & L. K. R., h. 58 North 
Coffey Elizabeth, widow of Cornelius, h. Dailey's alley 
Coffey James, boards 12 East 
Coffey John, laborer, house 54 North 
Coffey John J., provisions, Franklin, cor. Bay, h. do. 
Coffey Michael, laborer, house 58 North 
Coffin Arthur S., at City Surveyor's office, (Roxbury),bds. 

W. Smith's, Lake View av. 
Coffin Howard M., stable man J. P. Squire & Co., house 

8 Squire's court 
Coffin Mary, widow, house 3 Lilac court 
Cofran Noah M., foreman S. M. Cofran's brick yard, Con- 
cord avenue, h. 13 Wyeth 
Cofran Samuel M., brick mnfr., Concord av., near Fresh 

Pond, house 70 do. 
Cogan Dennis, teamster, boards 230 Bridge 
COGAN EDMOND J., carpenter, 54 Cambridge, house 

230 Bridge 



106 CAMBRIDGE [C] DIRECTORY. 

Cogan Ellen, widow of Joseph, house 230 Bridge 

Cogan John, house 10 Conlon court 

Cogan Joseph, harness maker (55 Sudbury, B.), house 

35 Second 
Cogarins Mary J. Mrs., dressmaker, 39 Washington, h. do. 
Coghlan Patrick, cooper, house 337 Cambridge 
Cogswell Edward R., physician, house 330 Broadway 
Cogswell Eri, teamster, house 66 Harvard 
Cogswell Francis, supt. of schools, office City building, 

Central sq., bds. 123 Prospect 
Cogswell Francis, hostler, house 426 Cambridge 
Cogswell Samuel B., machinist, 368 Main, h. 10 Pearl 
Cohen Mark, machinist, house 114 Auburn 
Cokeley John, laborer, house 26 North 
Cokeley Susan, widow of Thomas, house 47 Gore 
Colbert Hannah, widow of John, house 5 Flagg 
Colbert John P., organ packer, boards 137 Hampshire 
Colburn Elbridge G., blacksmith, house 26 Upton 
Colburn Frank, machinist, boards 22 Green 
Colburn George W. (33 Summer, B.), house 7 Dana 
Colby Albert M., pattern maker, h. 161 Main 
Colby Alonzo B., molder, house 57 Winsor 
Colby Benjamin, lecturer, house 36 North av. 
Colby Gilman, agent Cambridge Press, h. 7 Lambert av. 
Colby Lewis Rev., president Benedict ^Institute (Colum- 
bia, S. C), house 697 Main 
Colby Moses C., salesman , h. 28 Wendell 
Colby Thomas J., machinist L. R. R. machine shop, h. at 

Somerville 
Cole Abigail, widow of John, house 8 Salem 
Cole Arthur E., driver Thurston, Hall & Co., h. 39 Elm 
Cole Charles D., secretary Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. (Tre- 

mont, cor. Berkeley, B.), house 738 Main 
Cole Francis J., clerk, 290 Broadway, h. 113 Hampshire 
Cole George A., letter carrier Cambridge P. O., house 101 

Allston 
Cole Hanun W., house Acacia, near Ash 
Cole Seth, printer, house 6 Union 

Cole Stephen R., machinist, 72 Main, house 59 Broadway 
Cole Walter, student H. U., rooms 28 Matthews hall 
Colegrove Catherine W., widow, boards 47 Winsor 
Colegrove George D., telegraph operator (109 State, B.), 

house 92 Winsor 
Coleman Annie Mrs., house 12 Bath 
Coleman Daniel, house 136 Elm 
Coleman Elisha P., bookkeeper (Tremont Temple, room 

17 B.), house 11 Wendell 
Coleman Ellen Mrs., house 221 Franklin 
Coleman James W., confectionery, boards 92 Winsor 



CAMBRIDGE [C] DIRECTORY. 107 

Coleman John, engineer, 368 Main, boards 374 rlo. 
Coleman John, policeman, station 2, house 92 Winsor 
Coleman John, laborer, house 6 Reed 
Coleman John R., clerk (Parker House, B.), bds. 134 

North av. [126 Otis 

Coleman Mark \V\, tinplate worker (2 Charter B.), house 
Coleman Michael, laborer, house Burn's block, Foster pi. 
Coleman Michael, tailor, house 143 Elm 
Coleman Michael, jr., marble cutter, Mt. Auburn, boards 

Burn's block, Foster place 
Coleman Walter G., printer, boards 92 Winsor 
Coleman William, asst. gardener Mt. Auburn cemetery, 

house 195 Mt. Auburn [22 Austin 

Coles Winslow V., plate printer (451 Washington, B.), h. 
Coll Patrick, Mrs., house Webster av., junction Winsor 
Collamore Frank E., cooper (B.), house 70 Spring 
Collamore Sarah D., widow of Elbridge, boards 70 Spring 
Collamore Theodore, foreman case factory Smith Organ 

Co. (Albany, cor. E. Brookline, B.), house 47 Austin 
Collamore Wm. A., action maker, 624 Main, bds. 48 Austin 
Colley Benjamin E. Mrs., house 29 Fayette 
Colley Frank, boards 29 Fayette 
Colley Herbert, boards 29 Fayette 

Colley James, house 32 Lee [Stevens court 

Collier John, policeman, station 3, h. 9 Fourth, corner 
Collier John H., boards 9 Fourth 

Collier Sophia, widow of Patrick H., house 9 Winter 
Collier Thomas, in Boston Rolling Mill, house 85 Clark 
Collins Augustus, laborer, house 23 Bay 
Collins Charles J., molder, State, cor. Osborn, h. 13 Pine 
Collins Cornelius, saloon, 145 Bridge, bds. 138 f do. 
Collins Cornelius, coffin maker, 103 Bridge, bds. 57 Gore 
Collins Cornelius, laborer, house 52 North 
Collins Daniel, house 192 Bridge 
Collins Dmiel, teamster, bds. 59 North 
Collins Daniel B., clerk E. D. Sawyer <fc Co., rooms 60 Otis 
Collins Dennis, tailor (Brockton), house 14 East 
Collins Ellen Mrs., house Franklin, cor. Hancock 
Collins James, butcher, boards 7 Squire's court 
Collins James E., machinist, boards 39 Gore 
Collins James H., superintendent Bay State Brick Co., 

rear 124 Spruce, house at Somerville 
Collins Jeremiah, laborer, house 4 JetFerson 
Collins John, boards 3 Lechmere place 
Collins John A., boards 10 North 
Collins Joseph, gardener, Mt. Auburn, house Mt. Auburn, 

opp. the cemetery 
Collins Mary B. Mrs., boarding-house, 56 Second 
Collins Michael, butcher, house 7 Squire's court 



108 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Collins Michael, laborer, house 32 Harding 
Collins Michael, jobber, house 346 North avenue 
Collins Michael G., painter, house 24 Fourth 
Collins Nicholas B., law student H.U., bds. 92 Mt. Auburn 
Collins Patrick D., coal and wood, 140 Pleasant, h. do. 
Collins Richard, laborer, house foot of Dunster 
Collins Richard, pastry cook Memorial hall 
Collins Thomas, house 3 Lech mere place 
Collins Thomas J., boards 10 North 
Collins Timothy, carver, boards 14 East 
Collins Timothy, tailor (50 Lincoln, B.), house 52 North 
Collins Timothy, glass maker, boards 39 Gore 
Collins Walter S., law student H. U., boards 11 Dana 
Collison Harvey N., student H. XL, bds. 65 Mt. Auburn 
Colliten Frank, laborer, house 15 Willow place 
Colliten James, peddler, house 21 Willow place 
Colliten James, jr., boards 21 Willow place 
Colliten John, laborer, boards 21 Willow place 
Col man Daniel Mrs., house 198 Norfolk 
Colman Joseph J., kitchen furnishing goods, 426 Cam- 
bridge, house 145 Columbia 
Colo Darby, laborer, house 196 Green 
Colston Frank, laborer, boards 31 Union 
Colter Anthony, iron niolder, boards 87 Harvard 
Colter Bridget, widow, house 87 Harvard 
Colter Daniel, brass molder, 368 Main, bds. 87 Harvard 
Colter Francis J., teamster, 69 Main, house 1 Deacon 
Colter John, laborer, 69 Main, house 169 Otis 
Colter William, brass finisher, boards 87 Harvard 
Colter, see Coulter 
Coltman William, conductor U. R. Co., boards David P. 

Burley's, Cambridge 
Columbus Albert A. (A. A. Columbus & Co.), tinsmith, 

365 Cambridge, house do. 
Columbus A. A. & Co. (Albert A. Columbus and Wm. H. 

Sheehan), tinsmiths, 365 Cambridge 
Columbus Wm T., tinsmith, house 95 Webster avenue 
Cornel Eugenia A., house 20 Park 
Comer Michael, currier, house Clay, 2d from Harvey 
Comerford Alice, widow of Edward, house 146 Charles 
Comerford Edward J., clerk, house 92 Banks 
Comerford John, shoemaker, 240 Cambridge, b. 8 Eighth 
Comerford John, laborer, boards 146 Charles 
Comerford Michael, laborer, boards 146 Charles 
Comerford Thomas, shoemaker, house 146 Charles 
Comey Charles R., student H. U., rooms 19 Hollis hall 
COMEY CHESTER H., general agent Mass. Mutual 
Life Insurance Co., and insurance broker (28 School, 
room 8, B.), house 5 Pleasant place 



CAMBRIDGE [Q] DIRECTORY. 109 

Comey George A., carpenter, house 8 Green 
Comey William A., grocer (65 Lincoln, B.), bds. 8 Green 
Comptois Louis, soap maker, house 80 Pearl 
COMSTOCK HIRAM M., soda mnfr. (30 Canal, B.), 

house 24 Warland 
Conant Agnes B. Miss, copyist Register of Deeds office, 

Court House, boards 415 Broadway 
Conant Benjamin, printer, house 53 Essex 
Conant George H., clerk, 9 Brattle 
Conant Harriet E. Miss, clerk register of deeds office, 

Court House, boards 415 Broadway 
Conant Henry H., salesman (Berkeley, cor. Providence, 

B.), house 24 Hancock 
Conant Joseph J., book binder, house 352 Broadway 
Conant Mary B., widow of Matthew M., h. 26 Hancock 
Conant William M., student H. U., rooms 34 Thayer hall 
Conboy Thomas, laborer, house 34 Charles [ct. 

Conboy Timothy, bootmaker (Federal, B.), h. 10 Stevens 
Condon James F., periodicals, etc., 405 Main, bds. 397 do. 
Condon John, barrel dealer, house 9 Jefferson 
Condon John, laborer, h. rear Franklin, near Hancock 
Condon John H., laborer Middlesex bleachery (Somer- 

ville), house 47 Sacramento 
Condon John P., carpenter, house 30 Upton 
Condon Robert, hairdresser, 3 Essex, house at Boston 
Condon William, laborer, house Andrew, near Fairmont 
Condron George T., boards 44 Erie 
Cone Adeline W. Mrs., boarding-house, 105 Inman 
Cone Frank W., clerk (21 Chauncy, B.), bds. 105 Inman 
Cone George W., traveling agent (333 Washington, B.), 

house 10 Tufts [Cambridge 

Coner Charles, car inspector B. L. & N. R. R., house 135 
Coney Patrick, gardener, house 104 Western avenue 
Conlan Annie M., widow of Patrick, house 131 Spring 
Conlan Bridget, widow of John, house 183 Winsor 
Conlan Dennis, laborer, boards 13 Bolton 
Conlnn Edward, laborer, house 172 Winsor 
Conlan Felix J., boards 59 Thorndike 
Conlan Jas., asst. pastor St. John's church, h. 24 DeWolf 
Conlan James F., student H. U., boards 59 Thorndike 
Conlan John r .law student H. U., boards 59 Thorndike 
Conlan John, laborer, house 13 Bolton 
Conlan John B., conductor U. R. Co., boards 183 Winsor 
Conlan Michael, laborer, house 184 Winsor 
Conlan Patrick, teamster, house 102 Dublin 
Conlan Patrick, fruit and provisions, 82 Spring, c. Fourth, 

house 59 Thorndike 
Conlan Peter, laborer, house 171 Winsor 
Conlan Robert, laborer, house 150 Green 






110 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Conlan Samuel, soap maker, house 86 Webster avenue 

Conley Annie, widow of Martin, house 18 Hayes court 

Conley Bartholomew, flagman, house 271 Main 

Conley Catherine, widow of William, h. 104 Webster av. 

Conley Edward, tin peddler, h. 115 Fourth [39 Pine 

Conley George W., action maker M. & H. Organ Co., h. 

Conley James, currier, house 41 Charles 

Conley James, painter, house 10 Hastings 

Conley John W., plasterer, h. Holly avenue, near Wyeth 

Conley Michael, stair builder, house 3 Jefferson 

Conley Thomas, laborer, house 28 Harding 

Conlon Michael, baker, house rear 198 Bridge 

Con Ion Patrick, molder, 368 Main, house 23 do. 

Conlon Patrick, laborer, boards rear 198 Bridge 

Connarton Dominick, laborer, h. 5 Hannum's block, rear 

114 Broadway 
Connaton Edward, painter, 14 Church, house 5 Athens 
Connell Andrew, laborer, house 125 Third 
Conn ell Ann, widow, house 143 Elm 
Connell Anthony, painter, house 25 Hancock 
Connell Anthony, jr., painter, boards 25 Hancock 
Connell James, laborer, house 249 Franklin 
Connell James W., plumber A. K. Lissberger, First, bds. 

at South Boston 
Connell Jeremiah, laborer, house 24 North 
Connell John, laborer, house 20 Carson 
Connell John, teamster, 550 Main, house 253 Franklin 
Connell John, laborer, boards 2 Gore 
Connell John, 2d, teamster, 550 Main, house 208 Franklin 
Connell Mary, widow of Edward, house 104 Kinnaird 
Connell Patrick, grocer, 207 Franklin, house do. 
Connell Richard A., laborer, house 19 Walnut 
Connell William, laborer, house 208 Franklin 
Connell, see O'Connell 

Connelly Bartholomew, laborer, house 6 Camden place 
Connelly Bridget, widow of Thomas, h. 2 Hastings 
Connelly Edward, boards 2 Hastings 
Connelly John, fisherman, house 56 Charles 
Connelly Maria, widow, house 3 Eaton 
Connelly Mary, widow of Bernard, house 6 Third 
Connelly Michael, laborer, house rear 269 Cambridge 
Connelly Nancy, widow, house rear 269 Cambridge 
Connelly Thomas, carpenter, house 4' Emmons place 
Conner Charles E., machinist, 368 Main, bds. 7 Winsor 
Conner William P., machinist, house 7 Winsor 
Connolly John, laborer, bds. rear 11 Valentine 
Connolly William, teamster, 69 Main, bds. Thomas Hal- 

leran's, Harvard 
Connor James, gardener, house 435 Cambridge 



CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. Ill 

Connor Jeremiah, longshoreman, h. 32 Charles River 

Connor John, laborer, house foot of Dunster 

Connor John F., baker F. A. Kennedy, b. 435 Cambridge 

Connor John H., servant, 36 Quincy, bds. do. 

Connor John W., brass finisher, 368 Main, h. at Newton 

Connor Justin P., grocer, 88 Fifth, c. Vine, h. 123 Winsor 

Connor Michael, laborer, h. 4, rear 191 Hampshire 

Connor Simon (Connor & Schuebeler), tailor, 436^Har- 

vard, house at Somerville 
Connor & Schuebeler (Simon Connor and William Schue- 
beler), tailors, 436 Harvard 
Connor, see O'Connor 

Connors Ann, widow of George H., h. 161 Broadway 
Connors Christopher, laborer, boards 4 Water 
Connors Dennis, laborer, house 1 Clay, cor. Spruce 
Connors Elizabeth, widow , house School, cor. Harrison 
Connors Ellen, widow of Patrick, house Bell court 
Connors Ellen, widow of James, house 31 Seventh 
Connors John, laborer, house Carson, cor. Gore 
Connors John, waiter (B.), house 58 Charles 
Connors Patrick, fisherman, h. rear 55 Charles 
Connors Sarah, widow, house 86 Fifth 
Connors Terrence, at Burrage Brothers, b. 57 Broadway 
Connors Thomas, blacksmith, boards 141 Gore 
Connors William, baker, house 277 Cambridge 
Conrad John N., variety store, 351 Broadway, h. 2 Antrim 
Conrey Maurice, laborer, house 27 West 
Conrick Edward, laborer, house 79 Hastings 
Conroy James, printer University Press, h. 8 Elmer 
Conroy James, electrotyper University Press, house 241 

Mount Auburn 
Conroy John F., printer University Press, h. 101 Kinnaird 
Conroy Kearn, laborer, house 101 Kinnaird 
Conroy Patrick, laborer, h. Conroy's blk., r. 209 Mt. Auburn 
Conroy Patrick John, slater, house 93 Fifth 
Conroy Thomas, lager beer, 198 Cambridge, house do. 
Conry Michael J., grocer, 8 Grant, house do. 
Considine John, teamster, bds. 13 Valentine 
Converse Betsey, Mrs., boards 403 Broadway 
Converse George H., clerk (180 Franklin, B.), boards 403 

Broadway 
Converse Joseph H., treasurer (47 Equitable bldg., 150 

Devonshire, B.), house 403 Broadway 
Converse Julia, widow, house 80>£ Green 
Conway Catherine, widow of Martin, house 13 Water 
Conway Cornelius, tailor, h. rear 29 Harvard 
CONWAY JAMES, tailor, 3 Brewer's block, Brattle 
square, rooms do. [Highlands 

Conway James, laborer Curtis Davis <fc/Co., h. at Boston 



112 CAMBRIDGE [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Conway John H., boards 10 Florence 

Conway Patrick, glass maker, bds. 13 Water 

Conway Patrick C., clerk (Adjt. Gen. office, B.), house 10 

Florence 
Conway Richard, mason, 7 Grant, house do. 
Coogan James, laborer, house 73 Hastings 
Cook Charles, clerk (Winter, B.), bds. 59 Gore 
Cook Charles A., scale maker (6 F. H. square, B.), house 

Bl Kinnaird 
Cook Edward H., clerk 400 Cambridge, h. 192 North av. 
Cook Elbridge G., leather dealer (222 Congress, B.), h. 

Harris, next Oxford 
Cook Ella F. Mrs., nurse, house 12 Westford 
Cook Ephraim, house 59 Gore 

Cook George F., student H. U., rooms 63 Thayer hall 
Cook James, lather, house 382 Cambridge 
Cook James, glassmaker, house 8 Third 
Cook Jane Mrs., house rear 18 Brown 
Cook John T., clerk, house 8 Salem 

Cook Josiah W., house 96 Auburn ["nzine 

Cook Lewis J., organ maker G. Woods & Co., h 82 Mag- 
Cook Lowell M., tuner M. & H. Organ Co., house at East 

Boston 
Cook Marvin S., sewing machine agent, h. 42 River 
Cook Micah W., policeman station 1, h. 19 Shepard 
Cook Michael, brass finisher, house 28 Washington 
Cook Sarah L. Mrs., Kindergarten school 192 North av., 

corner Beech, house do. 
Cook Thomas D., sergeant of police, h. 10 Allen 
Cook William, instructor in German H. U., h. 25 Appleton 
Cook William, tinplate worker, house 4J^ South 
Cook William H., student H. U., rooms 12 Story 
Cook William H., carriagesmith, house \% South 
Cooke Carrie A. Miss, teacher Boardman primary school) 

boards 205 Harvard [Austin 

Cooke Edward O. (Court House, Boston), rooms 125 
Cooke Fannie A. Miss, teacher Shepard grammar school 
Cooke John B., cattle broker, h. 1 Davenport, cor. Elm 
Cooke Josiah P., jr., Erving professor of chemistry and 

mineralogy H. U., house 25 Quincy 
Cooke L. Frederick, superintendent J. P. Squire & Co., 

169 Gore, house at Boston 
Cooke see Cook 

Coolbroth Edward N., joiner, house 92 Banks 
Cooley Albert L., furniture (40 Lancaster, B.), house 91 

Magazine [Magazine 

Cooley Charles A., furniture (40 Lancaster, B.), house 91 
Cooley Levi, jr., china decorator (Porcelain pi., B.), house 

120 Prospect 



CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. . 113 

Coolidge Algernon, student H. U., rooms 30 Thayer hall 
Coolidge Charles, printer Riverside Press, h. 56 Auburn 
Coolidge Chas. A., student H.U., rooms 22 Holyoke House 
Coolidge Charles F., clerk Riverside Press, h. 56 Auburn 
Coolidge Charles H., millinery, etc. (90 Treemont, B.), h, 

20 Forest [10 Jay 

Coolidge Daniel S., tube board maker M. & H. O. Co., h. 
Coolidge Edward, foreman J. G. Coolidge, bds. do. 
"Coolidge Flavel, house 48 Trowbridge [Allston 

Coolidge Frank J., printer John Ford & Son, house 111 
Coolidge George H., wood worker, boards 7 Sydney 
Coolidge John, carpenter, h. 14 Myrtle place 
Coolidge John F., express driver, bds. 14 Myrtle place 
Coolidge John T., student H. U., rooms 15 Weld hall 
Coolidge Joseph, student, bds. J. G. Coolidge's 
Coolidge Joseph G., farmer and florist, house Coolidge 

avenue, near Mt. Auburn 
Coolidge Mary Ann Mrs., house 13 Walden 
Coolidge Susan B., widow of Henry W\, h. 17 Mt. Auburn 
Coolidge Susan G. Mrs., h. 758 Main 
Coolidge William H., student H. XL, boards 19 Oxford 
Coolidge William W., student H. U., rooms 6 Holworthy 

hall 
Cooll H. A., broommaker, h. 51 School 
Coombs Burton, carpenter, h. 381 Cambridge 
Coombs C. Everett, clerk (9 Winter, B.), b. 48 Shepard 
Cooney Edward J., cabinetmaker, h. off Mt. Auburn, next 

City bldg. [City bldg. 

Cooney Mary, widow of Timothy, h. off Mt. Auburn, next 
Cooney Michael, laborer, house 13 Carson 
Cooney Thomas, gardener Calvin Dimick's, Cambridge, 

house at Somerville 
Cooper Almond F., general agent Boston Car Wheel Co., 

•21 Hampshire, h. 74 Ellery [Broadway 

Cooper Bridget, widow of John, h. 8 Hannum's blk., r. 114 
Cooper Charles, grease manfr. (44 Boston, Salem), h. 87 

River [87 River 

Cooper Charles A., grease mnfr. (44 Boston, Salem), bds. 
Cooper David, compositor, bds. 13 Hamilton 
Cooper George W., laborer, bds. 186 Gore 
Cooper Henry, machinist, bds. 8 Hannum's blk., Broadway 
Cooper James, foreman oil refiners J. P. Squire & Co., h. 

186 Gore 
Cooper James, carpenter, h. 3 Jefferson, n. Warren 
Cooper John, clerk (47 Commercial, B.), house rear 144 

Thorndike 
Cooper John J., printer, house 13 Hamilton 
Cooper Mary, widow of David, h. 13 Hamilton 



114 * CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Cooper Samuel, book deliverer (311 Washington, B.), 

house 70 Spring 
Cooper William, manufacturer (Hingham), h. 100 River 
Cooper William, house 46 River [ford 

Cooper Wm. F., tuner M. & H. O. Co., h. at West Med- 
Cooper William G., boiler maker 92 Main, h. 1 Portland 
Cooter Peter W., coppersmith (63 Merrimac, B.), bds. 13 

Winter 
Copeland Danforth S., waiter, bds. 125 Spring 
Copeland George H., chief of police, office City building, 

Central square, house 12 Winsor 
Copeland George H., jr., stereotyper, bds. 12 Winsor 
Copeland Henry C. (E. D. Sawyer & Co.), 12 Cambridge, 

house at Calais, Me. 
Copeland Henry F., starter "Peoples Line" coaches, 249 

Cambridge, near Ninth, boards 125 Spring 
Copeland Seth, confectioner (4 Tremont row, B.), house 

125 Spring [Spring 

Copithorne John, car builder B. L. & N. R. R. shop, h. 73 
Copithorne John, laborer, bds. 40 Union 
Copithorne Matthew Mrs., house 40 Union 
Copithorne Richard M., book binder, bds. 107 Hampshire 
Copithorne William, book binder, house 115 Winsor 
Copp John C, book binder, bds. 87 Auburn 
Coppenrath Jacobus H., finisher (Doe & Hunnewell B.), 

house 24 Eighth 
Corbellis James, coachman, house 84 Third 
Corbett Augustus O , com. mer. (Washington, B.), house 

13 Kirkland place 
Corbett Daniel, foreman cooper J. P. Squire & Co., house 

12 Squires court 
Corbett Fulton" S., milk driver, boards 69 Allston 
Corbett George W., horse shoer, rear Porters Hotel, 185 

North avenue, h. 44 Cogswell avenue 
Corbett George W., jr., horse shoer, bds. 44 Coggswell av. 
Corbett John, foreman of yard, 113 Broadway, house 127 

Harvard [Second 

Corbett Michael, night watchman B. & L. R. R., house 36 
Corbett Wm. J., wood carver, boards 12 Squire's court 
Corcoran Daniel, hostler U. R. Co., house 196 Green 
Corcoran Dennis, policeman, house 31 Sixth 
Corcoran Ellen, boarding-house, 20, Harrison 
Corcoran James E., instructor State Prison (Charles- 
town), h. 110 Spring 
Corcoran Jeremiah, baker, 29 Banks, house do. 
Corcoran John, printer, house 32 Decatur 
Corcoran John, blacksmith, house 9 Eliot 
Corcoran John, laborer, house rear 67 Charles 
•Corcoran John, laborer, boards 31 Sixth 



CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 115 

Corcoran John H., clerk, 609 Main, boards 32 Decatur 
Corcoran Michael, boarding-house, 20 Harrison 
Corcoran Michael, machinist, 368 Main 
Corcoran Michael, foreman press departmentj]University 
Press, h. 37 Hudson [North 

Corcoran Michael J., glass maker Union Glass Co., h. 18 
Corcoran Patrick, asst. janitor Court House, h. Charles, 

east of Third 
Corcoran Thomas J., bar tender, boards r. 67 Charles 
Corcoran Thomas Patrick, laborer, house 45 Cedar 
Corcoran Timothy, laborer, house Bay, n. Franklin 
Corcoran Timothy, mason, house 1 Foster 
Corcoran Timothy, shoemaker, house 213 Franklin 
Cordeiro Frederic J. B., student H. U., rooms 9 Stough- 

ton hall 
Corey Amelia Mrs., widow, house 254 North av. 
Corkery Ann, widow of Matthew, house Somerville av., 

over Bancroft's express stable 
Corkery Dennis, laborer, house Carson, corner Gore 
Corkery Dennis, laborer, house 106 Kinnaird 
Corkery Margaret, widow of Dennis, house 20 Carson 
Corkery Matthew, laborer, house 15 Hayes court 
Corkery Maurice, laborer, house 7 Hayes court 
Corkery Michael, laborer, house 19 Carson 
Corkery Michael, laborer, house 134 Webster avenue 
Corkery Patrick, laborer, house 25 Third 
Corkhill Edward, porter (2 Commerce, B.), house 7 Con- 
Ion's court 
Corliss John, printer, house 157 Main 
Cormack Patrick H., stone cutter, boards 7 Maynard pi. 
Corne William F., treas. The Blake Hose Co. (150 Frank- 
lin, B.), bds. 467 Broadway 
Cornelius Lydia F., widow of Elias, house 16 Garden 
Cornell John, teamster, boards 22 South 
Cornish James, ship carpenter, house 17 Hastings 
Corrow Joseph, laborer, house 152 Spruce 
Corrow Joseph, jr., laborer, house 134 Spruce 
Corse Edward S., student H. U., bds. 38 North av. 
Corse John M., boards 38 North avenue 
Corson Charles, coachman, 64 Dana, boards do. 
Cosgrove Andrew, laborer, house 120 Fourth 
Cosgrove Frank A., salesman (14 Kneeland,cor.Washing- 

ton, B.), h. 192 Cambridge 
Cosgrove Frank F., packer (14 Kneeland, cor. Washington, 

B.), bds. 192 Cambridge 
Cosgrove James, stone cutter, rooms rear 32 Charles 
Cosgrove Thomas, laborer, house 20 Donnell 
Cosgrove Thomas F., cabinet maker, h. at Mt. Auburn 
Cossette Joseph, laborer, house r. 45 Montgomery 



116 .CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Costa Joseph, laborer F. Geldowsky, h. 50 Spring 
Costeller Mary, widow of Edward, house 18 Tuttle 
Costello Edward, gardener, house 178 Franklin 
Costello Eliza J. Miss, millinery, 117 Gore, bds. do. 
Costello John, soap maker, house 111 Elm 
Costello John, laborer, house 12 Flagg 
Costello Michael, engineer, house 117 Gore 
Costello Thomas, printer J. Wilson & Son, h. 174 Franklin 
Cotter Edward, helper B. & L. R. R., Prison Point bridge, 

boards 7 East [h. 130 do. 

Cotter Edward J., pressman and grocer, 132 Brookline, 
Cotter Ellen, widow of Thomas, house 29 Cowperthwaite 
Cotter John, laborer, house 35 Baldwin 
Cotter Margaret, widow of Joseph, house 6 Winter 
Cotter Morris, switch tender B. L. & N. R. R., h. 7 East 
Cotter Peter, laborer B. & L. R. R., house First, rear 34 

Cambridge 
Cotter Richard, tinsmith, boards 35 Baldwin 
Cotter Thomas, laborer, boards 7 East 
Cotting Edward P. Mrs., house 17 Antrim 
Cotton George H., superintendent American Tube Co. 

(Somerville), h. 88 North avenue 
COTTON H. NORMAN, stationery (117 Devonshire, 

B.), h. 23 Clinton [erville 

Cotton J. Frank, traveling salesman, 503 Main, h. at Som- 
Cotton J. Warren, water registrar, office City hall, house 

52 Magazine 
Cotton Lucretia M. Mrs., house 28 Sydney 
Cotton Susan G., widow of Solomon, house 27 Shepard 
Cottrell Simon G., apothecary, 288 Broadway, house 84 

Inman [Main, h. 84 Auburn 

Couch John (Denyven & Couch), furniture nmfr., 346 
Couch John R., confectionery dealer, 646 Main, h. do. 
Coughlan Dennis, laborer, boards Dailey's alley 
Coughlan Ellen, widow of Richard, house 44 North 
Coughlan Frank, boards 337 Cambridge 
Coughlan Jeremiah, laborer, house 44 North 
Coughlan John, laborer, house 17 Warren 
Coughlin Bridget Miss, house 48 Winter 
Coughlin David, laborer, house 470 Cambridge 
Coughlin David, house 107 Hampshire 
Coughlin John, laborer, h. 26 Washington, cor. Brewery 
Coughlin Michael, clerk 97 Cambridge, bds. 42 Second 
Coughlin Patrick, laborer, house 337 Cambridge 
Coughlin Timothy, at W. L. Lockhart's, bds 56 Second 
Coughlin Timothy, laborer, house 16 Webster av. 
Coughlin Timothy, laborer, house 4 Hastings 
Coulter James, molder, boards 48 Broadway 
Coulter, see Colter 



CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 11 7 

Counihan James, hostler, boards rear 34 Charles 
Counihan John, stone cutter, house rear 34 Charles 
Courtney David, hostler Boston Ice Co., Prison Point 

bridge, near R. R., rooms do. 
Courtney David, machinist (91 Lincoln, B.), boards 17 

Seventh, near Cambridge 
Courtney John, plumber and steam fitter (1120 Washing- 
ton, B.), boards 17 Seventh [Cambridge 
Courtney Mary J. Mrs., bread store, 39 Fourth, house 145 
Courtney Michael, laborer, house rear 127 Elm 
Courtney Thomas, stone cutter, boards rear 127 Elm 
Courtney Thomas, laborer, house 17 Seventh 
Courtney William F., student H. U., rooms 65 Mt. Auburn 
Courtney Win. J., brush maker, 12 Gore, h. 145 Cambridge 
Cousens Catherine H. Miss, variety store, 78 Norfolk, 

boards 64 Antrim 
Coveney Catherine, widow of Jeremiah, house 123 Elm 
Coveney Jeremiah, watchman B. & M. R. R., house 128 

Bridge 
Coveney Jeremiah W., auctioneer, real estate and insur- 
ance agent, 78 Cambridge, house 44 Second 
Coveney John, laborer L. R. R., house 68 Spring 
Coveney John, switchman B. & L. R. R., house 3 Linne- 
han block, Third [193 do. 

Coveney John W., undertaker, 1933^ Cambridge, house 
Coveney Margaret, widow of Jeremiah W., h. 3 Short 
Coveney William, tinsmith, house 123 Elm 
Coveny Daniel F., machinist (B.), boards 68 Spring 
Coverly George T., student H. U., rooms 46 College house 
Cowan Bernard, building mover, house 16 Market 
Cowan Dennis, rope maker, Montgomery, near Spruce, 

house Belmont, third from Montgomery 
Cowan Henry T., clerk, 419 Main, boards 16 Market 
Cowan Thomas, building mover, house 20 Market 
.Cowdin Angeline B., widow of Levi F., house 28 Holyoke 
Cowdin John Eliot, student H. U., rooms 10 Little's blk. 
Cowdin Putnam, dry pressman Welch, Bigelow & Co., 

boards 28 Holyoke 
Cowed Edward, laborer, house 6 Short 
Cowen Robert, machinist, house 180 Broadway 
Cox Agnes M. Miss, teacher Gore primary school, boards 

176 Cambridge 
Cox Charles, at Dover Stamping Co., house 2 Pond place 
Cox Charles A., painter, house 1 Gordon place 
Cox Charles F., tuner, M. &. H. Organ Co., boards 178 
Harvard [93)£ Auburn 

Cox Charles P., pattern maker (11 Hawkins, B.), house 
Cox Elizabeth, widow of John, house Potter, near Third 
Cox Francis A., inspector U. R. Co., boards 102 Green 



118 CAMBRIDGE [fj] DIRECTORY. 

Cox George, printer Cambridge Press, house 11 Suffolk 
Cox George A., compositor 531 Main, bds. 99 Hampshire 
Cox Hannah, widow of Henry S., house 32 Magazine 
COX JAMES, publisher Cambridge Press, 531 Main, 

house 99 Hampshire 
Cox James H., printer Cambridge Press, house 32 Amory 
Cox Lavinia C. Mrs, house 176 Cambridge 
Cox Owen, laborer, house 5 Grant 
Cox Roger, inspector Cambridge Gas Co., h. 19 Foster 
Cox Samuel, glass cutter, rooms 28 Winter 
Cox Thomas H., carpenter, house 140 Columbia 
Cox Thomas R., compositor Cambridge Press, boards 47 

Winsor 
Cox Walter H., at Cambridge Laundry, bds. 32 Magazine 
Cox William, laborer, house 112 Hampshire 
Cox William F., printer Cambridge Press, house 41 Pearl 
Cox Wilmot T., student H. U., rooms 55 Matthews hall 
Coy Charles, machinist, house 41 Seventh 
Coy George H., engineer, house 2 Buck's block, Seventh 
Coye William J., furrier (130 Milk B.), house 20 Mellen 
Coyle Frank, butcher, house 213 Columbia 
Coyle James, laborer H. U. botanic garden, h. 112 Dublin 
Coyle James, teamster, house 25 Jefferson, n. McCabe 
Coyle Terrence, laborer, h. 85 Bolton, near Blair place 
Crabbie Miller, house 9 Elm 
Crafts Arthur C, tinman, boards rear 20 Prince 
Cragin Benjamin, house 407 Cambridge [Jefferson 

Cragin George E., plumber, 187 Cambridge, boards 11 
Cragin John, waiter, house 11 Jefferson, near Warren 
Craig Isaac, porter, house 22 Hastings 
Craig James, carpenter, boards 116 Pearl 
Craig Robert, book binder, house 14 Walnut court 
Craig Robert, jr., japanner D. S. Co., bds. 14 Walnut ct. 
Craig William J., printer John Ford & Son, boards 14 

Walnut court [place 

Cram Charles N., pianoforte action maker, h. 16 Pleasant 
Cram George W., surveyor general of lumber (23 Central, 

B.), house 83 Prospect 
Cram Henry B., boards 83 Prospect 
Cranch Caroline A. Miss, artist, boards 27 Ellery 
Cranch Christopher P., artist, h. 27 Ellery, cor. Harvard 
Crandall Edwin A., foreman of teamsters Revere Sugar 

Refinery, h. 158 Cambridge 
Crane Daniel, boards 48 Fairmont 

Crane Sarah M., widow of Luther, house 10 Trowbridge 
Crane Thomas H., saloon, 128 Brookline, b. 48 Fairmont 
Craney Henry, at (Brighton Abattoir), house 14 Lopez 
Crawford Charles, laborer, house 9 Camden place 
Crawford Charles, jr., granite polisher, bds. 9 Camden pi. 



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CAMBRIDGE [C] DIRECTORY. 119 

Crawford Elizabeth, widow, house 49 Harvard 
Crawford Frank L., student H. U. 5 rms. 11 College house 
Crawford Fred. E., student H. XL, rooms 154 Mt. Auburn 
Crawford James, plumber, 599)£ Main, boards 40 Austin 
Crawford John, marble worker, bds. 9 Camden place 
Crawford John (Levi Hawkes & Co.), plumber, 599>£ 

Main, house 96 Allston 
Crawford Mary A., widow of George R., house 4 Story- 
Crawford Robert M., plumber, 599J Main, bds. 40 Austin 
Crawford Sarah, widow of John, house 175 Main 
Crawford Wm. J., clerk (5 Batterymarch, B.), b. 73 Fourth 
Creed Joseph, brass- molder, house 132 Spring 
Creed Wm. A., com. mer. (49 Summer, B.), b. 132 Spring 
Creedon Catherine Mrs., house 3 Hannum's block, rear 114 

Broadway 
Creedon James, laborer, house 161 Otis 
Creelman William, book binder, house 14 Laurel 
Crehore Frederick M., student H. U., rooms 862 Main 
Cresey Henry, laborer, house 40 Hastings 
Cressy Franklin F., Boston Express, 373 Main, h. 408 do. 
Crimmin Catherine, widow of John, h. rear 162 Franklin 
Crimmins Daniel, cooper, rooms 56 Sydney 
Crimmins John, laborer, boards 186 Gore 
Crocker Alvah, student H. U., rooms 11 Hollis hall 
Crocker Elvira K., widow, house 273 North avenue 
Crocker George W., proofreader (34 School, B.), h. 104 

In man 
Crocker Grace D. Miss, music teacher, house 2 William 
Crocker John C, machinist, house. 38 Erie 
Crocker John D., stucco worker, boards 2 William 
Crocker John G., fireman M. & H. O. Co., bds. 5 Bristol 
Crocker John W., stucco worker, Main, cor. Central sq., 

house 2 William 
Crocker Nehemiah D., mechanic, house 252 Sydney 
Crocker William G., student H. U., rms. 8 College house 
Crocker William H., baker, house 12 Front 
Crocker Winnifred, widow of Charles, house 5 Bristol, n. 

Hampshire [shop, b. at Lowell 

Crockett Ella J. Miss, telegrapher B. & L. R. R. repair 
Crockett John F., master machanic B. L. & N. R. R., h. 

at Wilmington 
Croll James, clerk, house Crescent, 4th on left 
Cronan Bridget, widow of Patrick, house 8 North 
Cronan David, grocer, 51 Washington, house do. 
Cronan Ellen, widow, house 371 North avenue 
Cronan John, laborer B. & M. R. R., house 11 Short 
Cronan John, iron worker, house 12 Antrim 
Cronan Mary A., widow of Michael, h. 99 Western av. 
Cronan Timothy A., varnisher M. & H. Organ Co., house 

378 Cambridge 



120 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Cronin Catherine, widow of Daniel, h. 3 Lechinere place 

Cronin Cornelius, laborer, house 14 East 

Cronin Daniel, photographer, bds. 3 Baldwin court 

Cronin Dennis, laborer, house 13 Foster 

Cronin Dennis, house 3 Baldwin court 

Cronin John, laborer, house 236 Bridge 

Cronin John, currier, house 3 Baldwin court 

Cronin John M., building mover, house 9 Putnam place 

Cronin Patrick, laborer, house 242 Franklin 

Cronin Patrick, laborer, bouse 194 Bridge 

Cronin Timothy F., painter, house 23 West 

Cronin, see Cronan 

Cronincelt Caroline, widow of Philip, house 10 Third 

Crook Geo. F., compositor J. Wilson <fc Son, house 13 

De Wolf avenue v 
Crook Michael, stone cutter, house 154 Charles 
Croquet Madame, reader, h. 3 DeWolf av. [Pearl 

Crosby Austin K., clerk (Beverly, c. Travers, B.), h. 141 
Crosby Charles H., slipper maker, bds. 57 Winsor 
Crosby Eliza A. Mrs., house 21 Sacramento [Oxford 

Crosby Frederick, produce (57 F. H. Market, B.), h. 128 
Crosby George E., organ stop manufacturer, 139 Broad- 
way, house at W. Medford 
Crosby Hugh, tailor, 430 Harvard, bds. 15 Farwell place 
Crosby James, weaver, boards 84 Spring 
Crosby Lydia T., widow, house 57 Winsor 
Crosby Sylvester S., watch maker (444 Washington, B.), 
h. 21 Sacramento [Bowdoin 

Crosby William, wines and liquors (102 Water, B.), h. 35 
Croscombe Morley G., apothecary, 113^ Pleasant, h. 103 do. 
Crosman John D., regulator M. & H. O. Co., h. at Milton 
Crossley Thomas H., dredging contractor (9 Change av., 

B.), h. 32 Prospect 
Cross Alexander, grocer, 190 North av., h. at Somerville 
Cross Charles EL, clerk, 190 North av., house 8 Westford 
Cross Daniel W., pressman, boards 4 Pine 
Cross Carleton, coal and wood, Fifth, house 48 Fifth 
Cross Edward S., student, rooms 4 Lawrence hall 
Cross Eugene C, wire worker, house 263 Putnam av. 
Cross James,, blacksmith, boards 83 Bridge 
Cross Joseph, organ maker, 624 Main, house 63 Pleasant 
Cross Levi H., clerk, 122 Columbia, lods. 110 Hampshire 
Cross Margaret, widow of Daniel, house 4 Pine 
Cross Mehitable, widow of Orrich, boards 48 Fifth 
Cross Robert J., book binder, boards 4 Pine 
Crossman Albert P., clerk (444 Washington, B.), b. 28 Jay 
Crossman Charles T., machinist, 356 Main, boards 28 Jay 
Crossman Edward L., machine broker (81 Haverhill, B.), 
house 28 Jay 



CAMBRIDGE [Q] DIRECTORY. 121 

Crossraan Frederick D., clerk (B.), boards 28 Jay 
Crossman Nancy, widow of Lloyd, house £8 Jay 
Croswell Andrew Rev., house 19 Ash [hall 

Croswell James G., tutor in Greek H. IT., rooms 7 Hollis 
Croswell Simon G., law student H. U., boards 19 Ash 
Croswell William, salesman (B.), house 14 V£ Shepard 
Crothers Andrew L., milk striker, bpards 87 Vine 
Crothers Charles E., salesman Geo. A. Davis & Co., bds. 

87 Vine [87 Vine 

Crothers David C, upholsterer (21 Charles, B.), boards 
Crothers William J., tij| peddler, house 87 Vine 
Crow Joanna, widow, house 1 Clay, corner Spruce 
Crowd Edward, waiter, house Portland, near Harvard 
Crowd Frank, hair dresser, house Portland, n. Harvard 
Crowd Mary, widow of Edwin S., h. Portland, n. Harvard 
Crowell Arthur K., bookkeeper 113 Broadway, h. 20 Pearl 
Crowell David A., house 89 Tremont 
Crowell Herbert E., clerk(4 Summer, B.), b. 39 Ash [Ash 
Crowell Thomas H., foreman Cambridge Gas Co., h. 39 
Crowell Thomas Henry, machinist, boards 39 Ash 
Crowell Timothy, lumber dealer (144 State, B.), house 34 

Prospect [46 Winter 

Crowley Cornelius, switchman B. L. & N. R. R., house 
Crowley Cornelius, laborer, boards 163 Broadway 
Crowley Cornelius, plasterer, boards 27 Gore 
Crowley Cornelius, teamster, house 130 Pleasant 
Crowley Daniel, laborer, house 15 Murdock 
Crowley Daniel, laborer, boards 4 Short 
Crowley David, road hand B. L. & N. R. R., house 8 Short 
Crowley David, teamster 71 Main, house 4 Hannum s 

block, rear 114 Broadway 
Crowley Dennis, laborer, house 58 North 
Crowley Dennis J., printer John Wilson & Son, h. 2 South 
Crowley Ellen, widow of John, house rear 59 Winter 
Crowley Florence, boards 43 Charles 
Crowley Florence, laborer, house 125 Gore 
Crowley James J., messenger (B.), boards 43 Charles 
Crowley Jeremiah, shoemaker 233 Franklin, house do. 
Crowley Jeremiah, laborer, house 21 McCabe 
Crowley Jeremiah, laborer, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Crowley Johanna, widow of James, house 43 Charles 
Crowley John, laborer, house 113 Third 
Crowley John, planer, house Vine, cor. Sixth 
Crowley John J., teamster, house 43 Charles 
Crowley Kearan F., book binder Riverside Press, house 

20 Mt. Auburn 
Crowley Mary, widow of John, house 18 North 
Crowley Mary, widow of Jeremiah, house 4 Short 
Crowley Michael, tinman, boards 105 Pleasant 



122 CAMBRIDGE [Q~] DIRECTORY. 

Crowley Patrick, foreman pickle factory, boards 7 Gore 
Crowley Patrick, laborer, house 30 Foster 
Crowley Patrick, gardener 416 Harvard, boards do 
Crowley Patrick J., tinsmith, house 60 Amory 
Crowley Timothy, teamster J. Henry Wyman, h. 27 Gore 
Crowley William A., printer John Wilson & Son, house 

51 Holyoke 
Cruger James P., student H. IT., rooms 16 Beck hall 
Crump William H., cracker dealer, house 6 Lamson place 
Cuddy James, clerk (19 Harvard place, B.)» boards 157 

Columbia - [157 Columbia 

Cuddy John, glass engraver (19 Harvard place, B.), house 
Cuddy Thomas, fish market 421 Cambridge, boards 157 

Columbia 
Cue James, teamster, house 5 Broadway [Front 

Culhan Eiward, spring bed maker, house 7 Blanche, near 
Culhane Daniel, laborer, house 9 Willard court 
Culhane Daniel F., marble worker, boards 48 Brighton 
Culhane Garret T., clerk (33 Summer, B.), b. 169 Norfolk 
Culhane James, laborer, house 4 Flagg court 
Culhane Mary, widow of Thomas, house Flagg, cor. Banks 
Culhane Michael, laborer, house 15 Flagg 
Culhane Michael, laborer, house 19 Bay [Putnam av. 

Culhane Patrick, foreman Gas Works, house Flagg, near 
Culhane Thomas, laborer, house 169 Norfolk 
Cullen Bridget Mrs., liquors, 321 Cambridge, house do. 
Cullen John, carpenter, house 29 Cambridge 
Cullen John, laborer, house 9 Hamilton 
Cummings Abbie M., widow of Henry, house 23 Hamilton 
Cifmmings Charles Franklin, clerk (451 Washington, B.), 

boards 2 Oak [h, 714 Main 

Cummings Charles H., flour dealer (26 Commerce, B.), 
Cummings Charles P., printer, house 154 Green 
Cummings Daniel P. (Chaffee & Cummings), charcoal 

and lime, Bridge, junction Cambridge, house 82 Otis 
Cummings James M., house 2 Oak, next Cambridge 
Cummings John, laborer, house 10 Murdock 
CUMMINGS, KENNEY & CO. (Nathaniel Cummings, 

John Kenney and Robert W. McNinch), hard wood 

lumber, Bridge, opp. Prison Point bridge, and kiln 

dried lumber (17 Wareham, B.) 
Cummings Michael, fisherman, house 123 Fourth 
Cummings Nathaniel (Cummings, Kenney & Co.), lum- 
ber, Bridge, opp. Prison Point bridge, h. at Boston 
Cummings Thomas, marble cutter (B.), house 44 Bolton 
Cummins John F. Rev., house 55 Norfolk 
CUMMISKEY MICHAEL, boots and shoes (58 Merri- 

mac, B.), house 178 Cambridge 
Cuni Louis, peanuts, house 20 Decatur [Pleasant 

CUNIO ANTHONY, restaurant (19 School, B.), h. 16 



CAMBRIDGE [Q] DIRECTORY. 123 

Cunningham Chas. W., carpenter, house r. 200 Bridge 
Cunningham Ellen, widow of James, house 145 Franklin 
Cunningham George, printer University Press, house at 

Somerville 
Cunningham James, baker M. J. Doyle, b. 213 Cambridge 
Cunningham James, turner, 113 Broadway, and (Sime & 

Cunningham), grocer, 122 Columbia, h. 45 Union 
Cunningham Jere., iron molder, 368 Main, h. 32 Harvard 
Cunningham John, laborer, house 32 Harvard 
Cunningham Mary, widow of William, h. r. 94 Tremont 
Cunningham Patrick, laborer, boards 32 Harvard 
Cunningham Philip, laborer, house rear 53 Vine 
Cunningham Robert, sawyer, house 47 Elm 
Cunningham Thomas E., physician, 516 Main, house do. 
Cunningham Warner, farmer, h. Bristol, opp. Berkshire 
Curley John, printer Riverside Press, h. 189 Franklin 
Curley Martin, laborer, house 24 Donnell 
Curley Patrick, teamster, boards 24 Donnell 
Curran James H., boards 11 Eliot [River 

Curran John F., pressman University Press, h. 13 Charles 
Curran Michael, peddler, house 39 Hunting • 

Curran Peter, cooper, house 21 McCabe 
Currie Jennie R. Miss, dressmaker (130 Tremont, B.), 

boards rear 23 Fifth 
Currier Abbie J. Mrs., house 170 North avenue 
Currier Abram Y., carpenter, house 65 Western avenue 
Currier Addie Mrs., house 70 Prospect 
Currier Arthur T., book binder, house 105 Columbia 
Currier Herbert E., painter, boards 65 Western avenue 
Currier John, brush maker, 12 Gore, boards 51 La Grange, 

Boston 
Currier Wm. E., clerk P. O., 625 Main, boards 28 Pearl 
Currier Wm. P., car builder (Charlestown), h. 28 Pearl 
Curry James, harness maker, 2 Cambridge, house 14 do. 
Curtice Sumner M., waiter (12 City Hall avenue, B.), 

boards 75 Fifth 
Curtin Edward, teamster, house 5 Linehan's block, Third 
Curtin James, laborer, house 31 Willard 
Curtin James, laborer, house 8 Stevens court 
Curtin John H., laborer, house 108 Spruce 
Curtin Patrick, gardener Mt. Auburn conservatory, house 

at Belmont 
Curtin Thomas, laborer, house 36 Reed 
Curtin Thomas C, laborer, boards 75 Spruce 
Curtin William, laborer, house 75 Spruce 
Curtis Albert W., mason, 213 North av., house Avon hill 
Curtis Arthur H., mason, house 26 Tremont 
Curtis Benjamin F., hostler, 180 Main, house 149 do. 
Curtis Caroline W. Mrs., dressmaker, house 26£ River 



124 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Curtis Charles, house Groveland, 2d from Spruce 
Curtis Charles M., at Court House, boards 3 Inman 
Curtis Francis G., student H. U., rooms 22 Hoi worthy hall 
Curtis Frank J., glass maker, house 20 Fourth 
Curtis, Hannah, widow of Thomas, house 20 Fourth 
Curtis Horace S., painter, house 26£ River 
Curtis John B., foreman N. E. Glass Co., house 21 Fifth 
Curtis Joseph N., painter, boards 9 Gerry 
Curtis Osborne S., student H. XL, rooms 52 Brattle 
Curtis Walter H, clerk (99 State, B.), bds. 26^ River 
Cushing Arthur Percy, student H. U., rooms 2 Grays hall 
Cushing Benj. L., house 25 Rice 
Cushing Charles C., drug clerk, boards 70 Antrim 
Cushing Christopher Rev., editor Congregational Quar- 
terly (Congregational House, B.), house 6 Ellery 
Cushing George W., student H. XL, boards 70 Antrim 
Cushing J. Stearns, printer, house 98 River 
Cushing Levi L., asssessor, office City hall, house 25 Rice 
pushing Livingston, student H. U., rooms 48 Matthews 
hall [58 Mt. Auburn 

Cushmg L. F. Sydney, printer John Wilson & Son, rooms 
Cushing Pyam, house 1 Lechmere building, Cambridge, 

junction Bridge 
Cushing William, clergyman, house 70 Antrim 
Cushing Wm. E., law student H. IT., rooms 10 Frisbie pi. 
Cushing Wm. E., printer University press, h. at Boston 
Cushing Wm. H., iron roller, h. Berkshire, n. Plymouth 
Cushman Ada L., teacher (Boston), house 339 Broadway 
Cushman Charles, house 801 Main 

Cushman Charles F., house Flagg, near Putnam avenue 
Cushman Charles H. (32 Hawley, B.), h. Lake View av. 
Cushman Frank A., boards Flagg, near Putnam avenue 
Cushman George W., clerk (9 Court, B.), bds. 862 Main 
Cushman Margaret, widow of Elkanah A., h. 862 Main 
Cushman Moses E., real estate agent (258 Washington, 

B.), house 339 Broadway 
Cushman Wm. B., student H. U., bds. 862 Main 
Cutchey Henry, hostler Chas. W. Dailey, h. Dailey's alley 
Cutler Charles H., letter carrier Cambridge P. O., boards 

7 Sumner 
Cutler Curtis Mrs., house 14 Kirkland place 
Cutler Edward H., clerk (3 Commercial, B.), b. 6 Centre 
Cutler George C, student H. U., rooms 20 Hollis hall 
Cutler George H., carpenter, h. Sacramento pi., 1st on left 
Cutler Isaac Mrs., house 7 Sumner 
Cutler James E., commission merchant (173 State, B.), 

house 6 Centre 
Cutler Joseph, attorney (47 Court, B.), h. 723 Cambridge 
Cutler Joseph G., student H. U., house 723 Cambridge 



CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 125 

Cutler Sarah L., teacher Felton primary school, b. 6 Centre 

Cutler William P., bookkeeper (20 High, B.), h. 8 Rice 

Cutter Abel, house 273 Harvard 

Cutter Asa S., house 166 North avenue 

Cutter Charles, engineer A. H. Hews & Co., house n. do. 

Cutter Ellis, action maker Mason & Hamlin Organ Co., 

house at West Somerville 
Cutter Ephraim, physician, 10 Roseland, house do. (and 
13 Temple, B.) [land 

Cutter Ephraim, jr., student (Int. tech., B.), h. 10 Rose- 
Cutter Ebenezer P., hatter (14 Dock sq., B.), h. 23 Essex 
Cutter Ezekiel W., prop. City Grist mill, foot River, h. 

(2 Centre, B. H.) 
Cutter Frank L., hairdresser, house 91 Green 
Cutter Frederick S., teacher, boards 273 Harvard 
Cutter George H., cutter, boards 3 Holly 
Cutter George W., painter, house 3 Holly 
Cutter Jarnes H. (James H. Cutter & Co.), ice tool man- 
ufacturer, 168 North avenue, house 164 do. 
Cutter James H. & Co. (James H. Cutter), ice tool man- 
ufacturers, 168 North avenue, near Porter's Hotel 
Cutter Leander, varnisher (Allston), house 22 Cherry 
Cutter Louisa, widow of Abel P., house 273 Harvard 
Cutter Mary J. Mrs., widow of Peter, house 50 River 
Cutter Susan, widow of Asa, house 166 North avenue 
Cutter Waldo, engineer B. & L. R. R., rooms 58.!^ Cam- 
bridge 
Cutter Walter, clerk, 625 Main, boards 22 Cherry 
Cutter Warren, trader, house foot of Davenport 
CUTTER WATSON G., real estate (5 Tremont, B.), 

house 35 Linnaean 
Cutter William H., clerk, 549 Main, boards 22 Cherry 
Cutting Andrew, clerk (48 State, B.), house 23 Warland 
Cutting Charles H., fish dealer, house 49 Clark 
Cutting George A., clerk, 401 Main, bds. 49 Clark 
Cutting Gilbert, piano tuner (20 Tremont, B.), house 23 
Warland [h. 23 Warland 

Cutting Gilbert E., piano tuner (Curtis, Guild & Co., B.), 
Cutting Henry, molder, house 49 Clark 
Cutting Theodore, foreman Sortwell & Co., Cambridge, 

cor. Distill-house. h. Distill-house 
CYR NARCISSE, clergyman and professor of French 
(174 Tremont, B.), house 42 Mt. Auburn 

DABNEY JOHN. P., student, bds. Sparks, n. Brattle 
Dabney Ralph P., student H. TJ., bds. Sparks, n. Brattle 
Dabney S. H. Mrs., widow of J. P., h. Sparks, n. Brattle 
Dacie William, laborer, house 12 Short 
Dacy Daniel, laborer, house Carson, corner Gore 



126 CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 

Dacy John, cabinet maker, h. 1 Webster av., c. Hampshire 
Dacy Patrick J., salesman (459 Washington, B.), house 

70 Gore 
Dadmun Charles R., lumber surveyor, h. 22 Brookline 
Dady Mary, widow, house 13 Willow place 
Dady Patrick F., clerk (Washington, B.), b. 13 Willow pi. 
Daggett Fred. F., clerk (615 Washington, B.), boards 51 

Essex 
Daggett Freeman L. Mrs., house 51 Essex 
Dailey Charles W., hack, boarding and livery stable, 43 

Cambridge, h. 150 Thorndike 
Dailey Frank F., foreman at Wm. Dailey's, bds. 768 Main 
Dailey John, book binder, house 10 Elmer 
Dailey Mary A., widow of John, boards 15 Winter 
Dailey William, hack, livery and boarding stable, Bay, 

cor. Green, h. 768 Main 
Dailey William, cooper, house 6 Pine 
Daily Alice L., teacher (Everett), bds. 77 Thorndike 
Daily Clarence E., house 77 Thorndike 
Daily Francis, coachman, house 24 Carson [of Third 

Daily Hannah J., widow of Michael, house Charles, east 
Daily Hugh, boards rear 14 Vine [av. 

Daily James B., clerk 408 Cambridge, bds. 122 Webster 
Daily James J., oil hat maker, house Charles, cor. Third 
Daily John, boards Charles, corner Third [of Third 

Daily Mary A. Miss, house Hawkins block, Charles, east 
Daily Owen, laborer, house rear 14 Vine 
Daily Uriah J., house 77 Thorndike 
Daily William, laborer, boards rear 14 Vine 
Daily William R., salesman (459 Washington, B.), boards 

Charles, east of Third 
Daily, see Daley, also Daly 
Daisey Edward, house 156 Green 
Dakin Arthur, armorer Boylston hall (645 Washington, 

B.), house 138 Harvard 
Dale Edward B., boards 64 Gore [64 Gore 

Dale George, watchman Revere Sugar Refinery, Water, h. 
Dale George H., last maker, house 5 Plymouth 
Dale Lorenzo H., driver hose No. 3, house 94 Gore 
Dale Thomas J., fish market, 124 Cambridge, h. 59 Winter 
DALE WILLIAM W., silver plater (50 Sudbury, B.), 

house 74 Sacramento 
Daley Dennis M., carpenter, house 458 Cambridge 
Daley James H., brick layer, house 5 Rogers block, 

Washington 
Daley John, hostler, U. R. Co., boards 91 Putnam avenue 
Daley John, laborer, house 105 Kinnaird 
Daley John E. tinsmith, house 22 Pleasant 
Daley Michael, laborer, house Bay, corner Kinnaird 



CAMBRIDGE [J)] DIRECTORY. 127 

Daley Michael J., teamster, house 59 Pearl 

Daley Sarah Mrs., widow of John, house 22 Pleasant 

Daley Thomas, baker, 502 Main, boards 59 Pearl 

Daley William, iron inolder, house rear 31 Webster av. 

Daley, see Daily, also Daly 

Dallinger Charles, hatter, house 97 Western avenue 

Dallinger Elizabeth E., teacher Bridge primary school, 

boards 750 Main [bds. 97 Western avenue 

Dallinger Emily C. Miss, teacher Bridge primary school, 
Dallinger Frank W., bookkeeper (42 South Market, B.), 

boards 91 Inman [Inman 

Dallinger William, variety store, 155 Harvard, house 91 
Dallinger William W., house 29 Lee 
Daiton Abbie W., widow of John R., h. 26 Coggswell av. 
Dalton Christopher, laborer, house 224 Bridge 
Daiton James, house 23 Decatur [Squire's ct. 

Dalton James F., carpenter J. P. Squire & Co.. house 17 
Daiton John, house 21 Hamilton 

Dalton John C, slater, basement 622 Main, h. 30 Upton 
Daltdn John E., brass polisher, house 11 Fifth 
Dalton Mary, widow of Daniel, h. 101 Fourth [Main 

Dalton Mary E., widow of Joseph, boarding-house 686 
Dalton Michael A., policeman station 2, h. 8 Putnam ct. 
Dalton, see Dolton 
Daly Bridget, widow, house 15 Vine 
Daly Cornelius, gardener, house 21 Hancock 
Daly Daniel, stereotyper, boards 21 Hancock 
Daly Daniel 2d, hack driver, 244 Cambridge, house 

Ninth, corner Otis 
Daly Francis P., coach driver, house 24 Carson 
Daly James, laborer, house 44 Porter 
Daly James S., policeman station 2, house 425 Main 
Daly John F., foreman (48 Portland, B), house 119 

Washington 
Daly Michael, boots and shoes, 412 Cambridge, house do. 
Daly Michael, laborer, house 6 Fourth 
Daly, see Daley, also Daily 

Dalzell John W., student H. U., rooms 29 Hollis hall 
Dam William H., clerk (178 Purchase, B.j, boards 297 

Broadway [Main 

Dame Elizabeth, widow of Samuel, house 10 Rogers blk., 
Dammon James, blacksmith, house rear 6 Gore 
Damon Emily F., teacher Harvard grammar school, 

boards 106 Inman 
Damon Sally W., widow of Joel, house 12^ Pearl 
Damon Warren, carpenter, house 108 Norfolk [weather 
Dana Charles G., teacher High school, boards 3 Fayer- 
Dana Daniel, laborer, house 4 Antrim 
Dana Edward, gardener, house 55 Amory 



128 CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 

Dana Hill Club Stable, Main, c. In man, W. Christie, supt. 

Dana James F. Mrs., house 38 North avenue 

DANA JOHN B., president Cambridge Savings Bank, 2 

Harvard row, house 3 Fayerweather 
Dana Library, Union Hall building, Temple, cor. Main, 

Miss Almira L. Hay ward, librarian 
Dana Thomas, grocer (9 and 11 Commercial, B.), house 

Cambridge, corner Maple avenue 
Danahey Mary Mrs., house 14>£ Somerset 
Danahy Bridget, widow of Jeremiah, house 3 Cottage 
Danahy Ellen, widow, house 31 Warren 
Danahy John, clerk, 610 Main, house 3 Cottage 
Dandridge James H., hostler IJ. R: Co , house 20 Mill 
Danehy Timothy, jr., sexton St. Peter's church, boards 15 

Sargent 
Danforth Allen, bursar H. IT., rooms 7 Wadsworth House 
Danforth B. Otis, wood polisher (B.), house 8 Bath 
Danforth Charles H., photographer, 27 Central square, bds. 

1 Austin place 
Danforth Cyrns, dry goods, house 9 Linden 
Danforth Czarina P., widow of Otis, house 9 Linden 
Danforth Edmund C, clerk, 607 Main, boards 144 Austin 
Danforth Eliza J. Mrs., boarding-house, 21 Magazine 
Danforth George O., painter, 5 Palmer, house 35 Ash 
Danforth Harry G., student H. IT., rooms 8 Story 
Danforth Henry M., furniture mover, boards 92 Prospect 
Danforth Hollis, furniture express, house 92 Prospect 
Danforth Isaac W., hardware (48 India, B.), h. 25 Craigie 
Danforth James L., painter, 5 Palmer, boards 35 Ash 
Daniel Julius, compositor, house 16 Laurel 
Daniels Arthur W., boards 5 Daniels court 
Daniels Charles, student H. LT., rooms 13 Thayer hall 
Daniels Daniel, cigar maker, house 34 Auburn 
Daniels Frank H., student H. IT., rooms -15 College house 
Daniels Hattie M. Mrs., house 16 Laurel 
Daniels Leonard L., carpenter, house 5 Daniels court 
Daniels Susan C, widow of Leonard, h. 7 Daniels court 
Danielsen Alfred L., clerk zoological museum, boards 42 

Brattle 
Danielsen Helen E. Miss, boards 42 Brattle 
Danielsen Mary, widow, house 42 Brattle 
Danielson Emil A., clerk (5 State, B.),b. 132 Washington 
Danielson Gustoif, carriage mnfr. (245 Charles, B.), house 

132 Washington [132 Washington 

Danielson Swante, watchmaker (511 Washington, B.), h. 
Da Ponte Manuel N., hairdresser, 177 Bridge, h. Fourth 
Darcy Patrick, book binder Riverside Press, h. 53 Holyoke 
Dardis John, gardener, house 32 Banks 
Dardis John F., cabinet maker, house 100 Tremont 



.CAMBRIDGE [J)] DIRECTORY. 129 

Dardis Thomas, varnish polisher, house rear 7 Fifth 
Darling Charles S., boards 112 Main 
Darling John R., mason and saloon, 175 Bridge, h. do. 
Darling Leonard, machinist, 502 Main, h. at Charlestown 
Darling William, whip maker, 112 Main, house do. 
Darrey Wilson, book binder Riverside Press, boards 87 

Putnam avenue [Fifth 

Datt Lewis, book binder (197 Devonshire, B.), boards 80 
Datt Susan Mrs., house 80 Fifth 
Dauphin Joel, currier, house Tannery, 5th on left 
Davenport James S., boards 18 Eighth 
Davenport Jerome J., cabinet maker Geo. A. Denham & 

Co., house 117 Spring 
Davenport Mary A., widow of John, h. 255 North avenue 
Davey Anna, widow, house 120 Magazine 
David Thomas, laborer, house 305 Cambridge 
Davidson Charles, cigars (52 School, B.), h. 57 Columbia 
Davidson Jas. S., gas fitter, 651 Main, bds. 32 Western av. 
Davidson Joseph B., tinman, rooms 54 Fairmont 
Davidson Joseph H., engineer, 503 Main, bds. 12 Brookline 
Davidson Mary H. Mrs., house 15 Mellen 
Davies Benjamin F., carpenter and builder, Gore, near 

Sixth, house 137 Thorndike 
Davies Frank H., piano tuner and music teacher (391 

Warren, B.), boards 72 Spring 
Davies George H., eclectic physician, house 72 Spring 
Davies Philip, city missionary (102 Commercial, B.), b 

Howard, corner Western avenue 
Davies Richard J., carpenter, boards 26 Howard 
Davies Susannah Mrs., house 26 Howard 
Davies William H., machinist, boards 26 Howard 
Davin Jeremiah, laborer, house 6 Jackson 
Davin Thomas, painter, boards 6 Jackson 
Davin William, potter, boards 6 Jackson 
Davis Abbott A., cotton (30 Kilby, B.), h. 111>£ Inman 
Davis Abbott R., trader, house 111J Inman 
Davis Abner F., cooper, house 15 Squire's court 
Davis Amanda M. Mrs.,, house 85 Inman 
Davis Ambrose L., box maker, house 222 Broadway 
Davis Augustus A., officer House of Correction, boards 

Thorndike, corner Third 
Davis Benjamin, carpenter, house 8 Leighton court 
Davis Carrie C. Miss, house 894 Main 
Davis Carrie G. Miss, music teacher, 122 Norfolk 
DAVIS CHARLES, granite worker and dealer, 81 Main, 

house at Boston 
Davis Charles, cabinet maker, house rear 152 Prospect 
Davis Charles A., action maker Mason & Hamlin Organ 

Co., house 52 Hamilton 
9 



130 CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 

Davis Catherine M., widow of Isaac, house 7 Lamson pi. 
Davis Charles Stevenson, student H. U., rms. 7 Matthews 

hall 
Davis Charles S., clerk, 609 Main, boards 144 Austin 
Davis Curtis (Curtis Davis & Co.), soap mnfr., 188 to 194 

Broadway, house 13 Bigelow 
DAVIS CURTIS & CO. (Curtis Davis and James Mel- 
len), soap manufacturers, 188 to 194 Broadway, and 
(21 Merchants row, B.) 
Davis Daniel W., soap maker, bds. 7 Lamson place 
Davis David M., cigar mnfr., house 245 Broadway 
Davis David William, peddler, house 48 Harding 
Davis Edward, machinist, house 270 Putnam avenue 
Davis Edward A. (Ryder & Davis), grocer, 126 Inman, 

house 16 Tremont 
Davis Eliphalet, house 51 Cherry 
Davis Eliphalet F., clerk, 417 Main, house 51 Cherry 
Davis Frank, expressman, house 401>£ Main 
Davis Frank C, clerk (Boston P. O.), boards 894 Main 
Davis Fred G., tailor's trimmer, boards 7 Lamson place 
Davis George, engineer and surveyor, City Engineer's of- 
fice, City Hali, house 82 Green 
Davis George, cooper, house Munroe, near Third 
Davis George, house 67 Dana 

Davis George A. (George A. Davis & Co.), grocer, Cam- 
bridge, cor. Seventh, h. 103 Inman 
Davis Geo. A. & Co. (Geo. A. Davis and James M. Put- 
ney), grocers, 206 and 208 Cambridge 
Davis Geo. H., student H. U., rooms 10 Little's block 
Davis Geo. H., salesman (51 No. Market, B.), h. 47 Norfolk 
Davis Gilman, house 67 Dana 

DAVIS HENRY B., cashier National City Bank, 553 
Main, h. at Boston, ward 24 [Rockwell 

Davis Henry G., pressman Riverside Press, house 23 
DAVIS HERVEY, grain dealer, 550 Main, h. 5 Inman 
Davis Horatio, organ tuner, Fifth, cor. Otis, h. 78 Otis 
Davis H. Fessenden, farmer, house 8 Walden 
Davis Isaac K., painter, house 114 Pearl 
Davis James C. & Son (James H. Davis), soap mnfrs., 204 

Broadway, office (15 Broad, B.), h. 326 Broadway 
Davis James H. (James C. Davis & Son), soap mnfr., 204 
to 208 Broadway, h. 74 Inman [Columbia 

Davis James T., wines, etc. (27 North Market, B.), h. 23 
Davis John, needle mnfr. (146 Franklin, B.), h. 2 Walnut 
av. cor. Arlington [Wendell 

Davis John, ship stores (204 Commercial, B.), house 7 
Davis John E. ship stores (204 Com'l, B.), bds. 7 Wendell 
Davis John F., student H. XL, boards 20 Lee 



CAMBRIDGE [J)] DIRECTORY. 131 

Davis John M. (Mason Davis & Son), soap mnfr., Lincoln 

court, boards 122 Norfolk [Main 

Davis John W\, com. mer. (5 Central whf., B.), h. 794 
Davis Josephine M., teacher Allston grammar school 
Davis Margaret Miss, house 6 Mount Auburn 
Davis Mark H., blacksmith, 89 Bridge, h. 45 Cambridge 
Davis Martin V., teamster, boards 74 Cambridge 
Davis Mason (Mason Davis & Son), soap mnfr., Lincoln 

court, h. 122 Norfolk [mnfrs., Lincoln court 

Davis Mason & Son (Mason and John M. Davis), soap 
Davis Peter R., hostler, house 192 Green 
Davis Robert, painter, house 25 Reed [Orchard 

Davis Samuel M., grain broker (104 State, B.), house 18 
Davis Sarah J. A. Miss, teacher Gannett primary school, 

house at Boston [Harvard 

Davis Stephen F., printer (Boston Journal, B.), house 131 
Davis Stephen G., house 751 Main 

Davis Sumner F., clerk, 225 North av., house 8 Walden 
Davis Thomas M., fancy soap mnfr., 417 Main, h. 71 School 
Davis Thomas W., clerk, 588 Main, boards 71 School 
Davis William, crockery and glass ware, 635 Main, house 

144 Austin 
Davis William B., piano key maker, h. 159 Thorndike 
Davis William P., carpenter, house 82 Fifth 
Davis Winslow P., organ tuner, boards 28 Prospect 
Davis Mrs., house 101 Inman 

Davison William, milk striker, boards 119 Prospect 
Davlm James F. (James F. Davlin & Co.), plumber, 187 

Cambridge, house 184 do. 
Davlin James F. & Co. (James F. and Michael F. Davlin), 

plumbers and gas fitters, 187 Cambridge 
Davlin Michael F. (James F. Davlin & Co.), plumber and 

gas fitter, 187 Cambridge, house 24 Winter 
Davren Mary E., widow of Michael, house Waverly, near 

Fort Washington [Washington 

Davren Michael J., engineer, house Waverly, near Fort 
Davy William H., boat builder, house 90 Banks 
Dawes Albert A., provisions, boards 126 Gore 
Dawes James S., crockery, china and glass ware, house 3 

Austin place 
Dawkins Emanuel, hostler, house 12 Hastings 
Dawson Richard, laborer, house rear 178 Green 
Dawson William, laborer, house 210 Franklin 
Day Arthur C, box maker, house 63 School 
Day Frederick B. (Marcellus Day & Co.), drain pipe 

manufacturer, 132 Main, house at Boston 
Day George A. Mrs., boards 76 Cambridge 
Day Hiram R, stone leader, boards 23 Sparks street place 
Day John E., letter carrier P. O., boards at Brighton 



132 CAMBEIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 

Day John M., stone mason, house. 23 Sparks street place 
Day John Thomas, gardener, house 47 Brookline 
Day John T., jr., boards 47 Brookline [Cambridge 

Day John W., reporter (Banner of Light, B.), boards 19 
Day Marcellus (Marcellus Day & Co.), house at Boston 
DAY MARCELLUS & CO. (Marcellus and Frederick B. 
Day), drain pipe manufacturers, 132 Main, office 40 
Bromfield, Boston 
Day Ralph, house 7 Day 

Day Richard, waiter John L. Ross, 24 Craigie, boards do. 
Day Richard T., glass blower, house rear 177 Bridge 
Day Stephen, blacksmith 46 Cambridge, house 76 do. 
Day Stephen E., blacksmith 46 Cambridge, h. 86 Fourth 
Day William, glass blower, boards rear 177 Bridge 
Dayton I. M. Mrs., dressmaker, house 95 Magazine 
Dazey Charles T., student H. IT., boards 23 Trowbridge 
Dazey Mitchell, flour (Boston), boards 23 Trowbridge 
Dea Joseph, conductor TJ. R. Co., bds. r. 5 Harvard sq. 
Dean Chas. W., teamster M. & H. Organ Co., b. 62 Sydney 
Dean Daniel H., bookkeeper 9 Harvard sq., h. 27 Mellen 
Dean Dora B. Miss, copyist, boards 58 Trowbridge 
Dean Elisha L., clerk (8 Somerset, B.), house 55 River 
Dean Edmund, driver U. R. Co., house 5 DeWolf 
Dean Edwin G., fancy painter, boards 62 Sydney 
Dean Francis W., tutor in surveying and drawing H. U., 

rooms 40 Matthews hall 
Dean Harriet C, widow of Myron M., h. 58 Trowbridge 
Dean Joseph F., coal (53 Kilby, B.), h. 58 Trowbridge 
Dean Louis B., student H. U., rooms 30 Matthews hall 
Dean Robert, laborer, house foot of Clifton 
Dean Timothy G., at M. & H. Organ Co., h. 62 Sydney 
Dean William, bacon curer, house 11 State 
Deane Charles, house 80 Sparks 
Deane Charles E., boards 80 Sparks 
Deane George C, clerk, boards 80 Sparks 
Deane Ophia M. Miss, dressmaker, house 17 Pleasant 
Deane Ruthven, clerk (B.), boards 80 Sparks [bds. do. 
Dearborn Axel W., bar tender Ross House, 7 Broadway, 
Dearborn George W. (H. N. Hovey & Co.), 89 Cam- 
bridge, house 94 Otis 
Dechan Michael, carpenter, house 139 Elm 
DeCorcey John, laborer, house 4 Short [Maple av. 

DeCordova Julian, flour (909 Commercial, B.), house 17 
DeCorte Augustus, case maker Mason & Hamlin, house 

at Boston 
DeCost William, painter, house 265 Mt. Auburn 
Dedrick Frederick, britannia worker, house 147 Columbia 
Dee Bridget, widow of James, house 17 Wyeth 
Dee Joseph, conductor U. R. Co., rooms 5 South 



CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 133 

Dee Patrick, provision dealer, 18 Sparks, house do. 

Deagan Patiick, laborer, house 7 Porter 

Deehan John, teamster, boards 329 Main 

Deehan John W., teamster, boards 3 Deacon 

Deehan Thomas, teamster, house Pioneer, cor. Deacon 

Deehan Thomas, blacksmith, house Deacon 

Deehan Thomas C, teamster, house 3 Deacon 

Deehan William F., glass blower, 137 Bridge, boards at 

Somerville 
Deely James, baker, house 9 Eighth 
Deer James N., painter, house 9 Creek 
Deering Charles J., mnfr. steam feed, house 65 North av. 
Deering Dexter R., captain Protective Insurance Brigade 

(Franklin, cor. Hamilton, B.), house 1 Corliss place 
Deering Frank C, supt. (518 to 536 Washington, B.), 

boards 65 North avenue 
Deering Henry F., cabinet maker, boards 79 Gore 
Deering Julia, widow of Henry, house 79 Gore 
Deering Robert S., cabinet maker, boards 79 Gore 
Deering William, laborer, house 28 Warren 
Degan Henry, tailor (Bromheld, B.), h. 210 Cambridge 
Degan John J., cutter ( Washington, B.), b. 210 Cambridge 
Degnan Thomas, laborer, house 67 Amory 
Degrean Samuel, brick maker, house 104 Dublin 
Deischley Kate Mrs., boarding house, 34 Second 
Deitz George A., tinman, boards 37 Pleasant 
Delaney Jeremiah, brick layer, boards 17 Bolton 
Delaney John, laborer, house 17 Bolton 
Delaney John, brickmason, boards 48 Montgomery 
Delaney John, laborer, h. 17 Bolton 
Delaney John, gate tender B. & L. R. R., Prison Point 

Bridge, house 4 Third 
Delaney John, laborer, house 29 Warren 
Delaney John, jr., glass cutter, boards 29 Warren 
Delaney John J., painter A. H. Hews & Co., b. 17 Bolton 
Delaney Julia, widow of Martin, house 5 Sargent 
Delaney Patrick, tinman, boards 32 Somerset 
Delaney Patrick, laborer, house 48 Montgomery 
Delaney Richard, laborer, house 19 Bolton 
Delano Albert O., lawyer, house 99 Austin [hall 

Delano Charles H. L., student H. U., rooms 22 Thayer 
Delano Eva S. Mrs. (E. Lovejoy & Co.), milliner and mil- 
linery goods, 615 Main, house 99 Austin 
Delano Henry C, boards 9 Chester 
Delano Henry T., house 9 Chester 
Delano Jeptha Mrs., boards 11% Western avenue 
Delano Maria C. Mrs., house 12 Lowell 
Delano M. Addie Miss, recorder Court House, b. 9 Chester 
Delano Samuel, student H. TJ., boards 9 Chester 



134 CAMBRIDGE [D] DIRECTORY. 

Delano Willard D., bookkeeper (106 High, B.), boards 9 

Chester 
Delany Edmond H., mason, house 426 Cambridge 
Delany William H., box maker, boards 426 Cambridge 
Delapp Charles, boiler setter, house 4 Lincoln 
Delay John, gardener 101 Brattle, boards do. 
Delehanty John, tailor 430 Harvard, house at Boston 
Delhanty Thomas, expressman, boards Porters Hotel 
Delhanty Timothy, watchman A. H. Hews & Co., boards 

Porters Hotel 
Demain William C, paper ruler (299 Wash., B.), house 

203 Harvard 
Demasner Frank G., house 184 Bridge [yard 

Demeir August, laborer, h. Dublin, 3d from Wyatt's brick 
Dempsey Bridget, widow of John, house 74 Bolton 
Dempsey Frank, gardener botanical garden H. U., boards 

45 Coggswell avenue 
Dempsey James, glass cutter, house 105 Elm 
Dempsey John, shoemaker (Federal, B.), h. 70 Second 
Dempsey John, waiter, house 8 Porter 
Dempsey John W., gardener, boards 74 Bolton 
Dempsey Lawrence, laborer, house Bell court, n. Allston 
Dempsey Michael, laborer, house"128 Bridge 
Dempsey Thomas, laborer, house 5 Conlon's court 
Denegre Walter D., student H. U., rooms 6 Dolton's blk. 
Denhani George A. (Charles W. Munroe & Co.), molding 

manufacturer, First, E. C, and (98 Hanover, B.), h. 

at East Boston 
Denison Arthur E., lawyer (14 Equitable building, Devon- 
shire, Boston), house 1 Pleasant 
Denn John, printer Riverside Press, boards 6 Gore 
Denneen Daniel, laborer, house 242 Cambridge 
Denneen William, laborer, h. 3 Linnehan's block, Third 
Dennis Charles E., boards 295 Broadway 
Dennis Fannie E. M., teacher Wyman primary school, 

boards at Somerville 
Dennis James, jig sawyer, house 11 Hayes court 
Dennis John, polisher, boards 76 Elm , [at Somerville 
Dennis Letitia M., teacher Wyman primary school, boards 
Dennis Mary, widow, house 76 Elm 
Dennis William, laborer, house 194 Bridge 
Dennis William D., boards 295 Broadway 
Dennis William W., laborer, house 84 Harvard 
Dennis William W., presses (104 Sudbury, Boston), house 

295 Broadway 
Dennison Annie Miss, house 166 Cambridge 
Dennison Franklin, carpenter, boards 130 Spring 
Dennison George W., carpenter, 88 Fourth, house do. 
Dennison Hosea B., architect, 128 Cambridge, h. 67 Inman 



CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 135 

Dennison James, carpenter, 167 Otis, house 122 do. 
Dennison James E., carpenter, house 169 Thorndike 
Dennison Miner, carpenter, boards 122 Otis 
Dennison Otis, policeman, station 3, house 128 Spring 
Denny John, hostler, 120 Green, boards 150 do. 
Denny Michael J., teamster, 69 Main, house 1 Deacon 
Densmore Ira M., carpenter, house 13 Hews 
Dent Hanson, boards 20 Mill 
Dent Jacob, waiter Memorial hall, boards 20 Mill 
Dent Susan, widow of Allen, house 20 Mill 
Denton Jefferson, boards 2 Lawrence 
Denvir Ellen, widow of Charles, house 77 Third 
Denyven David (Denyven & Couch), furniture manufac- 
turer, house 84 Auburn 
Denyven & Couch (David Denyven and John Couch), 

furniture manufacturers, 346 and 348 Main 
Depati Armand, brush maker, b. Theo. Vocell's, Crescent 
Dept George, wood turner, house 98 Fifth 
Dept Henry, shoemaker, house 92 Fifth 
DeQuedville Fannie Mrs., dressmaker, house 39 Garden 
Derby George H., stationary washstands (28 Beverly, B.), 
house 63 School [at Watertown 

Derby Herbert, Cambridge Vinegar Works, 75 Main, h. 
Derby John L., carpenter and builder, h. 20 Western av. 
De Ronde John D., cabinet maker, house 22 Eighth 
DeRosay Josephine A. Miss, organist, house 134 Oxford 
DeRosay Lewis E., brick mnfr. (Wisconsin), h. 134 Oxford 
DeRosier Louis, laborer, house Dublin, 3d from Wyatt's 
brick yard . [Trowbridge 

Deny Charles T., salesman (Oak Hall, B.), boards 12 
Derwin Bridget, widow, house 64 Harvard 
Derwin John, laborer, 92 Main, boards 64 Harvard 
DeSage William H., tinman, house 54 Fairmont 
Desmond Dennis, currier, boards 364 North avenue 
Desmond Donald, laborer, boards 200 Dublin 
Desmond Hannah, widow of William, house 200 Dublin 
Desmond John, laborer, boards 129 Bridge 
Desmond Peter, house 51 Vine 
Desmond Timothy, laborer, house 325 Cambridge 
Dessonville Joseph, varnisher, house Vine, near Sixth 
Deuschle Kate Mrs., boarding house, 34 Second 
Deuschle Louis, oil fiuisher, boards rear 117 Otis 
Deuxans Wm., cabinet maker at Geldowsky's, b. 4 Water 
Devane Dennis, carriage maker, boards 43 Spruce 
DEVANE JOHN H., sewing machines, 8 Harvard sq.> 

house 43 Spruce, near Hollis 
Devane Patrick, currier, boards 364 North avenue 
Deveney John, laborer, boards 24 Donnell 
Deveney John, jr., teamster, boards 24 Donnell 



136 CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 

Devens Arthur L. Mrs., house 45 Oxford 
Devens Thomas, coffin maker and undertaker, 414 Cam- 
bridge, house 132 Elm 
Devine Cornelius, roofer, house 118 Webster avenue 
Devine Francis, coal and produce, Ninth, corner Cam- 
bridge, house 240 Cambridge 
Devine John, fish peddler, house 21 Carson 
Devine John F., boards 21 Carson 
Devine Michael, teamster, h. Third, near Canal bridge 
Devine, see Divine 

Devlin John, laborer, boards 45 Coggswell avenue 
Devlin Peter, laborer, house 69 Bolton 
De Windt Heyliger A., student H. U.,rms. 5 Thayer hall 
Dewire Jane, widow, house 16 Antrim [Beacon 

Dexter D. Gilbert, real estate (Herald bldg., B.), h. 14 
Dexter George, house 13 Buckingham 
Dexter George T., student H. U., bds. 126 Mt. Auburn 
Dias Louis, cabinet maker Shaw & Applin, rooms 73 Gore 
Dickerman Geo. Washington, student H. U., bds. 4 Mt. 

Auburn 
Dickinson Alexander (A. Dickinson & Co.), nurseryman, 

Broadway, junction Market, h. 135 Washington 
Dickinson A. & Co. (Alexander and Charles A. Dickin- 
son), nurseries, Broadway, junction Market 
Dickinson Charles A. (A. Dickinson & Co.), nurseryman, 

Broadway, junction Market,, h. 135 Washington 
Dickinson F. B. Rev. (Baptist), house 84 Pleasant 
Dickinson James, laborer, house 116 Webster avenue 
Dickman Clara C, widow of Joseph L., h. 172 North av. 
Dickman Eugenia R., widow, h. 14 Warren, n. Cambridge 
Dickman Geo. F., clerk (29 Pearl, B.), h. 172 North av. 
Dickman Isaac, overseer U. R. Co. stable, 326 North av., 

house 1 Frank 
Dickman Joseph S. G., house 1 Frank, n. North avenue 
Dickman M. Carrie Miss, teacher Wyman primary school, 

boards 172 North avenue 
Dickson Andrew, laborer, house 41 Hastings [do. 

Dickson Geo. F., steam and gas fitter, 595 Main, bds. 471 
Dickson John, house 171 Harvard 

Dickson Marshall, grocer, 484 Cambridge, boards 347 do. 
Dickson M. E., teacher Sargent primary school, bds. 347 

Cambridge 
Dickson Samuel, peddler, house 103 Winsor 
Dickson William, mason, house 347 Cambridge 
Diehl Anthony, stevedore, boards 60 Harvard 
Diehl John Philip, lager beer, house 60 Harvard 
Diesehmann Henry, currier F. Fischer, house 25 Harvey 
Dignan John, clerk F. A. Kennedy, h. at Charlestown 
Dike Augustus, blacksmith, 18 Cambridge, h at Maple- 
wood 



CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 137 

Dilbert John, laborer, boards 186 Gore 

Dill Irvin D., clerk, 147 North avenue, bds. at Somerville 

Dillaway Stillman S., house 127 Harvard 

Dillaway Thomas V., milk dealer, h. 196 Putnam avenue 

Diller J. S., professor H. U., rooms 15 Sumner 

Dillingham Henry, painter (4 Haymarket sq., B.), house 

40 Holyoke 
Dillingham Maria Mrs,, tailoress, house 40 Holyoke 
Dillingham Mary A., widow of Henry, house 42 Holyoke 
Dillon Edward, varnisher W. L. Lockhart, house 39 Gore 
Dillon John, laborer, house 44 Hastings 
Dillon Owen, laborer, house 58 Winter 
Dillon Patrick, laborer, house 1 Union 
Dimick Calvin, house Cambridge, corner Line 
Dimmock George, student H. IT., house 19 Baldwin 
Dimmock Sarah G., widow of John L., house Oxford, cor. 
Hammond [h. 275 Broadway 

Dimond John P., fresco and whitening (52 Sudbury, B.), 
Dinan Daniel, laborer, boards 8 Winter 
Dinan Martin, laborer, boards rear 164 Gore 
Dinan Mary, widow, house 88 Fifth 
Dinan Patrick, slater (Boston), house 88 Fifth 
Dinan Peter, slater, house 66 Spring 
Dinan Thomas, grocer, 329 Cambridge, house do. 
Dinan Thomas, laborer, boards 8 Winter 
Dinan Thomas, laborer, boards rear 164 Gore 
Dinan Timothy, laborer, boards 8 Winter 
Dinneen John, coach driver, boards 108 Cambridge 
Dinsmore Arthur, expressman, house 10 Putnam court 
Dinsmore Daniel K., carpenter, boards 10 Putnam court 
Dinsmore William, tailor, house 25 Hunting 
Dippold George T., instructor Boston University (20 

Beacon, B.), house 1 Berkeley 
Diringer John E., gardener J. G. Coolidge, boards do. 
Divine Catherine Miss, seamstress, boards 912 Main 
Divine, see Devine 
Dixey H. G. Miss, house 17 Mellen 
Dixon Charles S., policeman, station 2, house 26 Essex 
Dixon James, laborer, house 122 Brookliue 
Dixwell Epes S., house 58 Garden 
Doane Alfred, master mariner, house 42 Hamilton 
Doane Calvin, clerk (Boston), boards 51 River 
DOANE FRANCIS, stationery and blank books (116 

State, B.), house 51 River 
Doane George F., provisions, 419 Main, boards 9 State 
Doane Henry S. (H. S. Doane & Co.), grocer, 281 Broad- 
way, boards 181 Harvard 
Doane Howard F., student H. U., rooms 51 Weld hall 
Doane H. S. & Co. (Heury S. Doane and John Eadie), 
grocers, 281 Broadway 



138 CAMBRIDGE [D] DIRECTORY. 

Doane John, student H. U., rooms 51 Weld hall 

Doane Seth P., fruit dealer (Boston), house 51 River 

Dobbs George, laborer, house 9 Grant 

Dobbs James, bacon curer, house 153 Franklin 

Dobbyn John T., bird breeder, bds. rear 122 Broadway 

Dobbyn Margaret, widow of Caesar H., h. 122 Broadway 

Dockum George G., carpenter, 368 Main, h. 115 Winsor 

Dodd Brandon J., varnisher G. Woods & Co., b. 6 Green 

Dodd E<lwin M., student H. U., rooms 53 Thayer hall 

Dodd John, organ maker, rooms 17 Boardman 

Dodd M. S., widow, house 51 Pleasant 

Dodd Rebecca, widow of John, house 49 Wright 

Dodge Edward S., boards 72 Sparks 

Dodge Frank F., student H. U., rooms 15 Gray's hall 

Dodge George K., agent, house 422 Main 

Dodge George K. Mrs., dressmaker, 422 Main, h. do. 

Dodge John C, counselor (Milk, corner Congress, B.), 

house 72 Sparks 
DODGE JOHN H., provisions, 640 Main, h. 14 Pleasant 
Dodge Joseph A., foreman 624 Main, h. 115 Magazine 
Dodge J. E., lawyer, 7 Brattle, house at Arlington 
Dodge J. Felt, house 24 Tremont 

Dodge Rufus, salesman (68 Commercial, B.), h. 9 Story 
Dodge Theodore A., brevet lieutenant colonel U. S. army, 

house 38 Quincy 
Dodge William H., carpenter, house 16 Seventh 
Dodge William H. (Nay & Dodge), provisions, 25 Cen- 
tral square and 655 Main, house 15 Cottage 
Dodge William W., counselor (Milk, corner Congress, 
B.), boards 72 Sparks [35 Fairmont 

Dodge Winslow H., organ action maker, 624 Main, house 
Doe Bradbury P., machinist, 368 Main,h. 193 Putnam av. 
Doe Emily M., matron Orphans Home, Avon Hill, near 

Linnaean, house do. 
DOE & HUNNEWELL (Elias R. Hnnnewell), furniture 
mnfrs., between First and Second, salesroom (577 
and 579 Washington, B.) [Winsor 

Dogherty Charles M., case maker, M. & H. O. Co., h. 101 
Dogherty John, casemaker M. & H. O. Co., boards 179>£ 
"Harvard [27 Cherry 

Doherty Alexander, book binder (76 Sudbury, B.), house 
Doherty Catharine, widow of Patrick, house 20 Carson 
Doherty diaries J., laborer, house 61 Charles 
Doherty Daniel B., clerk, 165 Bridge, house 70 Gore 
Doherty Edward, machinist, house 62 Washington 
Doherty Edward, laborer, house rear 19 Fairmont 
Doherty Edward, jr., lather, boards rear 19 Fairmont 
Doherty Elizabeth, widow, house 119 Pleasant 
Doherty Ellen, widow of Michael, house 225 Franklin 



CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 139 

Doherty Henry A., grocer, 165 Bridge, h. 82 Cambridge 

Doherty Hugh, stone cutter, house 85 Fifth 

Doherty Hugh W., gilder, house 25 Gore 

Doherty James florist, house 168 Norfolk [Kinnaird 

Doherty James, liquor dealer (181 Cambridge, B.), h. 16 

Doherty James, peddler, house 61 Charles 

Doherty James, soap maker, house 85 Pearl 

Doherty John, laborer, house 149 Elm 

Doherty John, laborer, house 204 Green 

Doherty John, laborer, house Clay, 2d from Harvey 

Doherty John, boards 85 Fifth 

Doherty John T., machinist, house rear 194 Bridge 

Doherty Josephine M. Miss, teacher Otis primary school, 

boards 93 Gore 
Doherty Margaret, widow, house 25 Bow 
Doherty Matthew, laborer, house 221 Franklin 
Doherty Matthew G., iron molder, house 27 Cherry 
Doherty Michael laborer, house 3 Sparks 
Doherty Michael, boards 9 School 

Doherty Michael, blacksmith's helper, bds. 34 Hampshire 
Doherty Michael, piano maker, h. Berkshire, n. Plymouth 
Doherty Patrick, cabinet maker, house 157 Spring 
Doherty Philip, laborer, house 23 Bay [Berkshire 

Doherty Robert M., pianoforte maker, bds. M. Doherty's, 
Doherty Thomas, laborer, house rear 46 Montgomery 
Dolan Ann, widow, house 35 Winter 
Dolan Bridget, widow of Thomas, house 13 Second 
Dolan Celia, widow, house 17 Tuttle 
Dolan Charles, laborer, house 14 Webster avenue 
Dolan Edward J., merchant tailor, 551 Main, h. 124 Pearl 
Dolan John (Griffin & Dolan), soap maker, rear 13 Deca- 
tur, house 13 Decatur 
Dolan John, laborer, house 44 Willow place 
Dolan Lawrence, butcher, house 49 Cedar 
Dolan Patrick, baker, 502 Main, boards 2 Lawrence 
Dolan Thomas, laborer, house Cottage court 
Dolan Thomas laborer, house Garden court, next Dublin 
Dolan William, grocer, 52 Broadway, house do. 
Dolan William, engineer, house 7 Perry 
Dolbeare Frank H., clerk, boards 9 William 
Dolbeare Joseph S., shipwright, house 9 William 
Dole Cyrus G., provisions (19 N. F. H. market, B.), house 

20i Bigelow 
Dollard Edward, marble cutter (B.), house 212 Bridge 
Dollard James, boots and shoes, 448 Harvard, h. 15 Gerry 
Dollard Morris, boot maker, 906 Main, house 856 do. 
Dolley John M., carpenter, house 31 Tremont 
Dolliver John, laborer, house Dailey's alley 
Dolliver Joseph, teamster, house 238 Broadway 



140 CAMBRIDGE [J)] DIRECTORY. 

DOLLOFF BENJAMIN W., groceries and provisions, 

14 Gore, and produce (56 Blackstone, B.), house 143 

Otis 
Dolloff Charles W., box maker, h. Clark, cor. Hampshire 
Dolloff Francis W., janitor Cambridge Social Union 

Rooms, Estes block, Brattle, boards 4 Trowbridge 
Dolloff George L., student H. U., rooms 60 College house 
Dolloff Lewellyn, paver, house 81 Broadway 
Dolloff William J., compositor University Press, house 4 

Trowbridge 
Dolton Mary A., widow of Richard, house 3 Linden 
Donahey Daniel, carriage painter, boards 15 Sargent 
Donahey Timothy, tailor, house 15 Sargent 
Donahey Timothy, jr., sexton St. Peter's Catholic Church, 

boards 15 Sargent [Brattle 

Donahoe Edward P., upholsterer Worcester Bros., bds. 59 
Donahoe John, soap maker, house 96 Pearl 
Donahoe John P., clerk, 54 Putnam av., h. 11 Valentine 
Donahoe Kate Mrs., house 243 Cambridge 
Donahoe Margaret, widow of Patrick, house 11 Valentine 
Donahoe Mary Ann, widow of Patrick, house 59 Brattle 
Donahoe Michael, blacksmith, bds. 8 Emmons place 
Donahoe Patrick, grease collector, house 91 Brookline 
Donahoe Patrick, laborer, house rear 209 Mt. Auburn 
Donahue Edward J., house 2 Rogers block, Washington 
Donahue James W., laborer, boards 9 Decatur 
Donahue John, laborer, house 9 Decatur 
Donahue John, potter, boards 45 Coggeswell av. 
Donahue Michael A., baker M. J. Doyle, house Ninth, c. 

Cambridge [blk., Bristol 

Donahue Timothy, in Boston Rolling Mill, h. Rolling Mill 
Donahue William, laborer, house 3 Conlon's court 
Donald William, galvanizer, house 66 Putnam av. 
Donald William, galvanizer, house 40 Erie 
Donaldson Catherine, widow of Hugh, h. 15 Willow pi. 
Donaldson Frank, student H. U., rnis. 14 Holyoke house 
Donehey John H., stone cutter, house rear 56 Charles 
Donelan Francis, engineer, house 196 Cambridge 
Donelan Francis, jr., boards 196 Cambridge 
Donelan John, fireman (B.), house 12 Third 
Donelan Sarah M. Miss, book binder (Sudbury, B.), bds. 

196 Cambridge 
Donlan Mary, widow of Morton, house 71 Brighton 
Donley Francis, carriage painter (21 Hawkins, B.), house 

72 Sixth 
Donavan Dennis, 6tone cutter, house 3 Broadway 
Donavan James, house 6 Laurel 
Donavan John, laborer, house 5 Porter 
Donnell Wm. J., polisher, Otis, n. First, h. 32 Cherry 
Donnell, see O'Donnell 



CAMBRIDGE [D] DIRECTORY. 141 

Donnelly Bridget, widow of James, house 23 Gore 
Donnelly Charles, cooper, boards 19 Franklin 
Donnelly Ellen, widow of Stephen, house 133 Thorndike 
Donnelly James, boards 27 Webster avenue 
DONNELLY JAMES H. S., dry goods and millinery, 

113 Cambridge, house 133 Thorndike 
Donnelly John, hack driver, bds. 24 Farwell place 
Donnelly John, laborer, house rear 65 Spruce 
Donnelly Mary, widow of Patrick, house 106 Fourth 
Donnelly Mary Miss, house 40 Winthrop 
Donnelly Thomas, laborer, house 62 Amory 
Donovan Ann Mrs., groceries and provisions, Gore, corner 

Fourth, house 29 Fourth 
Donovan Cornelius, teamster, boards rear 6 East 
Donovan Daniel, house 16 Cambridge 
Donovan Daniel, plasterer, house z36 Bridge 
Donovan Daniel, junk denier, house 15 Railroad 
Donovan Daniel, lumber surveyor, 17 East, h. 60 North 
Donovan Daniel, molder, house 1 Deacon 
Donovan Daniel, Jaborer, house 79 School 
Donovan Daniel, jr., glass engraver, bds. 79 School 
Donovan Dennis, stone cutter, house 3 Broadway 
Donovan Ellen, widow of Patrick, house 24 North 
Donovan Ellen, widow of Bartholomew, h. rear 6 East 
Donovan Honora, widow of Michael, h. rear 12 Short 
Donovan James, laborer, house 42 Washington 
Donovan James, teamster, boards 12 East 
Donovan James, laborer, house 6 North 
Donovan James, laborer, house 17 Murdock 
Donovan Jeremiah, blacksmith, junction Webster avenne, 

and Hampshire, house do. 
Donovan John, upholsterer, boards 236 Bridge 
Donovan John, glass maker, house 108 Tremont 
Donovan John, laborer, house 17 Cowperthwaite 
Donovan John, tailor, house 239 Franklin 
Donovan John, woodman B. & L. R. R., h. 232 Bridge 
Donovan John A., bookkeeper, 127 Bridge, h. 123>£ do. 
Donovan Julia, widow of Daniel, house 17 Murdock 
Donovan Mary, widow, house 91 Brookline 
Donovan Michael, laborer, house 12 East 
Donovan Michael, locksmith, boards rear 12 Short 
Donovan Patrick, laborer, house 22 Sparks 
Donovan Patrick, laborer, house 20 Hayes court 
Donovan Patrick, hack driver (B.), bds. 12 East 
Donovan Thomas, laborer, house 116 Brookline 
Donovan Timothy, laborer, house 61 North 
Donovan Timothy, laborer, house 42 Washington 
Donovan Timothy H., hack driver Charles W. Dailey, h. 
rear 12 Short 



142 CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 

Donovan William, laborer, house 236 Bridge 

Donovan William, jr., clerk, 168 Cambridge, b. 236 Bridge 

Doody John teamster, house 9 Sparks 

Dooley Ellen, widow, house 106 Harvard 

Dooley Edmund, blacksmith, 19 Gore, h. at Somerville 

Dooley James A., upholsterer (B.), bds. 200 Bridge 

Dooley James JVI. Mrs., periodicals and employment office, 

654 Main, house 656 do. 
Dooley John, blacksmith, 19 Gore, house 186 Bridge 
Dooley Mary, widow of James, house 200 Bridge 
Dooley Patrick, provisions, 150 Green, house do. 
Dooley Thomas H., blacksmith, boards Broadway 
Dooley William, driver W. L. Lockhart, house 5 Winter 
Dooley William, painter, boards 200 Bridge 
Dooner Katie A. Miss, dressmaker, 14 Foster pi., bds. do. 
Dooner Thomas, job wagon, house 14 Foster place 
Dooner Thomas, jr., boards 14 Foster place 
Doorly Henry, salesman (129 Washington,B.), h. 61 Spring 
Doran Daniel E., glass cutter, house rear 96 Gore 
Doran George E., rope maker, house 61 Sixth 
Doran John, laborer, house 39 Cowperthwaite 
Doran Michael, fireman Camb. Water Works, h. 5 Clay 
Doran Patrick, boards 96 Gore 
Doran William P., expressman, house 25 Gore 
Doraty Arthur, shoemaker, Hampshire, corner Elm, house 

. 228 Cambridge 
Doraty, see Doherty 

Dorcey Michael, laborer, house 240 Franklin 
Dorcey, see Dorsey 
Dore H. A., house 40 Sydney 
Dore, see Dorr 

Dority Patrick, glass maker Union Glass Co., h. 93 Gore 
Dorkins Manuel, hostler, house 48 Hastings 
Dorman John, engineer, house 136 Cambridge 
Dormer Benjamin, house rear 128 Gore 
Dormer Edwin, carriage smith and spring maker, 22 Cam- 
bridge, house 108 Otis 
Dorney Daniel, fireman Camb. W. W., house at Belmont 
Dorr Benjamin EL, student H. U., boards 428 Harvard 
Dorr Clifford E., pill maker, 150 Broadway, h. 7 Cottage 
Dorr Cornelius, flour (30 Commerce, B.), h. 260 North av. 
Dorr Frank W., clerk (32 Commerce, B.), b. 334 Harvard 
Dorr John, baker, house 19 Pine 

Dorr Moses, grocer (32 Commerce, B.), h. 334 Harvard 
Doit Samuel, flour (32 Commerce, B.), h. 334 Harvard 
Dorrell Frank, porter, h. 31 Washington 
Dorrigan John, laborer, house 12 Short 
Dorsey James H., waiter Memorial hall, bds. at Boston 
Dorsey Sydney, waiter, house 39 Hampshire 



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Douglass Charles H., clerk (209 State, B.), b. 9 Rockwell 
Douglass George, polisher W. L. Lockhart, house 93 Gore 
Douglass Harrison, printer, house 9 Rockwell 
Douglass James C, cabinet maker, house 23 Park 
Douglass James C, jr., cabinet maker, boards 23 Park 
Douglass Jane B. Miss, house 353 Harvard 
Douglass Robert, hack driver W. L. Lockhart, house Gore 
Douglass Robert, president Cambridgeport National Bank, 

585 Main, house 24 Columbia 
Douglass Robert (Royal Douglass & Son), clothing, 513 

Main, boards 12 State 
Douglass Royal (Royal Douglass & Son), clothing, 513 
Main, house 12 State [clothing 513 Main 

Douglass Royal & Son (Royal and Robert Douglass), 
Douglass Sarah F., widow, house 72 Harvard 
Douglass Stephen V., clergyman, h. Lilac court 
Douglass William G., carpenter, house 73 Washington 
Douglass William H., raolder, boards 57 Broadway 
Dover Stamping Company, 163 Pleasant 
Dow Benjamin, salesman (86 Canal, B.), house 9 Cottage 
Dow Emery, hostler Porter's hotel, 185 North av., bds. do. 
Dow Herbert B., student H. U., room 26 College house 
Dow James A., physician, house 23 Magazine 
Dow John B., conductor U. R. Co., house 498 Cambridge 
Dow John E., house 15 Fairmont [ton 

Dow Marcellus I., apothecary, Lake, c. Pearl, h. 49 Hamil- 
Dow Warren H., box maker Geo. G. Page & Co., h. 27 Pine 
Dow William H., soap mnlr., Portland, h. at Dorchester 
Dow Wm. L., express (77 Bedford, B.), b. 156 Hampshire 
Dowd Eliza A., widow of William J., house 6 Sydney 
Dowling Peirce, printer Univ. Press, bds. 16 Mt. Auburn 
Downe Rufus S., police station 2, house 1 Central place 
Downes William, painter, house Q)4 Cherry 
Downey Bartholomew, laborer, boards 133 Brookline 
Downey Bridget, widow, h. 8 Jefferson, near Warren 
Downey Daniel, laborer, house 180 Green 
Downey Dennis, laborer, bouse 106 Tremont 
Downey Jeremiah, laborer, house 9 Winthrop 
Downey John, groct^-, 13 Porter, house do. 
Downey Mary, widow of John, house 59 Brighton 
Downey Murtagh, laborer, house 37 Warren, cor. Porter 
Downey Thomas, house 35 Willard 
Downey Tuffill, brick maker, house foot Clifton 
Downing Amos, stone cutter, house 16 Upton 
Downing Ann P. Miss, house 48 Linnsean 
Downing Dennis, house 15 Sparks 

Downing Edward, leather (256 Purchase, B.), house Rus- 
sell, near Orchard 



144 CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 

Downing Edward H., clerk (256 Purchase, B.), boards 
Edward Downing's, Russell [erville 

Downing Fremont O., grocer, 409 Cambridge, h. at Som- 
Downing George, brush maker (Ghardon, B.), h. 26 Fifth 
Downing Lucy A. Miss, teacher Washington grammar 

school, boards at Somerville 
Downing Mary Mrs., house 5 Laurel 
Downing Media, widow of J. W., boards 41 Franklin 
Downs Edward, laborer, house 305 Cambridge 
Downs, see Downes 

Dowsing Henry V., sawyer, 624 Main, h. Ill Allston 
Dowsing D., boards 30 Sydney 

Dowsing James F., organ maker, 624 Main, h. 50 Pine 
Dowsing William, varnisher, 624 Main, h. 116 Auburn 
Doyle Bernard, blacksmith, house 6 Decatur 
Doyle Daniel, laborer, boards 114 Oxford 
Doyle Edward, laborer, house 15 Grant 
Doyle Ellen, wid. of Patrick, h. 140 Dublin, next F. R. R. 
Doyle Hester, widow of Michael, house 3 William 
Doyle James A., wood carver, boards 113 Third 
Doyle James E., driver (M. Fairbanks & Co., Howard, 

B.), h. 36 Second 
Doyle John, laborer, house 17 South 
Doyle John, florist (57 Tremont, B.), boards 80 Otis 
Doyle John, in Boston Rolling Mill, house Rolling Mill 

block, Bristol 
Doyle John, laborer, house 105 Kinnaird 
Doyle John, laborer, house 8 Foster 
Doyle John, laborer, house 11 Hancock 
Doyle Mary E. Miss, house 8 Blanche, near Front 
Doyle Michael, laborer, house 3 Foster 
Doyle Michael B., varnisher, 624 Main, h. at Charlestown 
Doyle Michael J., baker, 215 Cambridge, h. 213 do. 
Doyle Owen, clerk, boards 247 Putnam avenue 
Doyle Patrick, policeman, station 1, bds. 5 Foster 
Doyle Patrick J., gents furnishing goods, 16 Brighton, h. 

7 Foster 
Doyle Richard, laborer, house 5 Foster 
Doyle Richard D., tinsmith, house 383 Cambridge 
Doyle Richard F., pressman Riverside* Press, h. 15 Grant 
Doyle William E., florist (57 Tremont, B.), h. 80 Otis 
Drake Charles A., blacksmith and wheelwright, 295 Cam- 
bridge, h. at Somerville [Boston 
Drake Charles A., clerk Revere Sugar Refinery, h. at So. 
Drake Charles E., watchman G. G. Page & Co., boards 1 
Hampshire ' [Magazine 
Drake Frank G., reporter, (35 Kingston, B.), boards 21 
Drake George, painter (American House, B.), house 44 }£ 
Austin [h. 65 Pleasant 
Drake George W., foreman of varnishers M. & H. O. Co., 



CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 145 

Drake James, carpenter, house 54 Putnam avenue 

Drake M. Wesley, bookkeeper (20 Exchange, B.), house 
21 ^Broadway [Cambridge 

Drake Ruth S., widow of William, boarding-house, 33 

Drake Samuel, carpenter, house 1 Elmer 

Draper Daniel A. (F. Draper & Co.), britannia and sta- 
tioners' hardware mnfr.,Otis, n. First,h. Ill Thorndike 

Draper Francis (F. Draper & Co.), brass and britannia 
ware mnfr., Otis, n. First, h. at Boston 

Draper Francis H., britannia worker F. Draper & Co., 
boards 111 Thorndike 

Draper F. & Co. (Francis and Daniel A. Draper), brass 
and britannia ware mnfrs., Otis, near First 

Draper Jesse L., britannia worker F. Draper & Co., house 
107 Otis [111 Thorndike 

Draper Joseph, britannia worker F Draper & Co., boards 

Draper Lucius D., salesman (No. Market, B.), h. 10 White 

Draper Lucius Dana, jr., traveling salesman (11 Otis, B.), 
bds. L. D. Draper's, White 

Draper Martin, jr., bookkeeper National Bank of North 
America (Franklin, cor. Devonshire, B.), house 292 
North avenue 

Draper Mary A., widow of Daniel F., house 11 Avon 

Draper William B. (Draper & Smith), gents' furnishing 
goods, etc., 211 North av., h. 11 Avon 

Draper & Smith (Wm. B. Draper and O. Eliot Smith), 
tailors, gents furnishing goods, hats and caps, circu- 
lating library, etc., 211 North av. 

Dray Patrick, painter, house 79 Pleasant 

Dray Patrick, painter, house 17 Walnut court 

Drennan Mary Miss, house 72 Gore 

Dresser Edwin, president Cambridgeport Diary Co., 105 
Magazine, and (117 Devonshire, B.), house Raymond, 
near Linnsean [Dresser's, Raymond 

Dresser Edwin D., clerk (117 Devonshire, B.), bds. Edwin 

Dresser Mary L. Mrs., music teacher, h. 3 Austin place 

Drew Carrie B. Mrs., at Riverside Press, h. 1 Pond pi. 

Drew George A., carpenter, house 23 Pine 

Drew George C, jr., house 32 Pleasant 

Drew John, carpenter, house 23 Pine 

Drew John R., painter, boards 23 Pine 

Drew Joseph L., jr., gold beater (3 Province court, B.), 
h. 19 Jay, cor. Western avenue 

Drew Silas S., house 122 Oxford, corner Harris 

Drinan Charles E. S., painter, boards 26 Cherry 

Drinan Margaret, widow of Thomas, house 26 Cherry 

Drinan Maurice, horseshoer, house 204 Franklin 

Drinan Michael, laborer, boards 32 Auburn 

Drinan Morris, laborer, house 129 Bridge 
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146 CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 

Drinan Morris, fireman, house 204 Franklin 

Drinan Thomas, works at gas works, house 204 Franklin 

Driscoll Cornelius, house 123 Hampshire 

Driscoll Florence, painter, house Bacon's blk., r. K5 Gore 

Driscoll Florence, house 158 Otis 

Driscoll James, teamster, 103 Bridge, house rear 40 Gore 

Driscoll John, laborer, house 17 Valentine 

Driscoll John C, polisher, boards 7 Buck's block, Seventh 

Driscoll Mary Mrs., house 158 Otis 

Driscoll Michael, driver U. R. Go., house 60 Cedar 

Driscoll Michael, laborer, house 46 Montgomery 

Driscoll Patrick, teamster H. Wellington & Co., house 26 

Bridge, opp. Prison Point [House 

Driscoll Robert H., student H. U., rooms 28 Holyoke 
Driscoll Thomas, laborer, house 152 Bridge [place 

Driver Stephen W., physician, house and office 5 Farwell 
Drohan Daniel, blacksmith U. R. Co., house 25 Decatur 
Drown Charles, laborer, boards 168 Thorndike 
Drown Mary A. Mrs., house 168 Thorndike 
Drown William, varnish er, boards 63 Sixth 
Drummey William, laborer, house 12 North 
Drummond Dominique, lithographer, house 17 Erie 
Drummond John, laborer, house 37 Hastings 
Dubois L. G., student H. U., rooms 39 Brattle 
Ducey Lawrence J., policeman, station 4, h. 504 Cambridge 
Duclos Louis, brick maker, house 54 Bolton 
Duddy Edward, stone cutter, house 35 Somerset 
Duddy Thomas, laborer, house 4 Lincoln [dike 

Dudley Charles F., bookkeeper 168 Gore, h. r. 131 Thorn- 
Dudley George E., upholsterer, house 60 River 
Dudley Harrison, carpenter, house 17 Dunster 
Dudley John Mrs., house 81 Winsor 
Dudley Joseph W. Mrs., widow, house 7 Douglass 
Dudley Lyman D., paver, boards 61 Market 
Dudley Mary A. Mrs., house 25 Suffolk 
Dudley Moses, billiard room 52 Fourth, house 35 Seventh 
DUDLEY SANFORD H., counselor (40 Water, B.), 

h. Avon place, off Avon Hill st. 
Dudley Warren P., lawyer Savings Bank bldg., 173 North 

avenue, boards 17 Dunster 
Dudley Wm. B., jr., clerk 63 Norfolk, house 2 Antrim 
Dudy William, hostler, Elm, cor. White, boards do. 
Duff James P., upholsterer (B.), boards 69 Third 
Duff Margaret, widow of James, house 69 Third 
Duffy Bridget, widow of Cornelius, house rear 51 Vine 
Duffy Catherine Miss, house 51 Vine 
Duffy Catherine, widow of Michael, house 6 Fourth 
Duffy Hugh, laborer, house 19 Donnell 
Duffy James, peddler, house 137 Elm 



CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 147 

Duffy James J., fish peddler, house 98 Fifth 

Duffy James L., printer, house 8 Hancock 

Duffy John, laborer, house rear 382 Cambridge 

Duffy Leo, laborer, house 79 Concord avenue 

Duffy Mary, widow, house 29 Corson 

Duffy Michael, rope maker, house 29 Corson 

Duffy Peter, laborer, house 157 Winsor 

Duffy Robert, shoemaker, 2 Douglass, house 57 Pearl 

Duffy Stephen, house 130 Third 

Duffy Thomas, boards 51 Vine 

Duffy Thomas, laborer, house 130 Third 

Duffy Thomas, laborer, house 15 Murdock 

Duffy William, engineer, house 394 Cambridge 

Dufur William H., clerk 153 Harvard, house 51 Pine 

Dugan Frank, laborer, house 37 Harvey, opp. Clay 

Dugan James, laborer, house 16 North 

Dugan John, laborer, house 27 Vine 

Duggan Edward, laborer, house 174 Franklin 

Duhig Daniel T., printer J. Wilson & Son, h. 61 Wright 

Duhig John M., printer J. Wilson & Son, house 33 Ash 

Duhig Michael, gardener, house 23 Hancock 

Dukelow Peter, carpenter, boards 34 Hampshire 

Dukeshair Daniel F., carpenter, house 21 Franklin 

Dullea John, boot and shoemaker, 228 Cambridge, h. do. 

Dulls Cornelius, hairdresser, house rear 112 Columbia 

Dumas Cassius, organ finisher 624 Main, house 22 Park 

Dumas George V., sawyer 624 Main, boards 41 Franklin 

Dumas Leon, organ maker, house 19 Prospect 

Dumcke Aber, gilder (B.), house 202 Cambridge 

Dummer Joseph O., cracker dealer, boards 32 Tremont 

Dumphy Martin H., book binder, house 132 Pleasant 

Dumphy Wm., case maker 368 Main, house 122 Elm 

Dunbar Charles F., professor of Political Economy, and 

Dean of the College Faculty H. U., h. 14 Highland 
Dunbar Charlotte A., widow of Eben M., h. 393 Broadway 
Dunbar Eben F., salesman, boards 393 Broadway 
Dunbar Franklin A., student H. U., rooms 4 Gray's hall 
Dunbar Luther W., carpenter (271 Charles, B.), house 7 

William 
Duncan Anderson, laborer, house 27 West 
Duncan Wm. P., lawyer (172 Washington, room 6, B.), 

house 22 Essex 
Duncklee Albert C, boards 118 Norfolk 
Duncklee Horace L., house 118 Noifolk 
Duncklee Horace L., jr., boards 118 Norfolk 
Duncklee Wm. R., student H..U., rooms 11 Thayer hall 
Dungan James, laborer, house 261 Franklin 
Dunham Adelia Miss, teacher Washington grammar 

school, boards 852 Main 



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148 CAMBRIDGE [J)] DIRECTORY. 

Dunham Edward P., printer (B.), boards 852 Main 

Dunham Israel P., house 852 Main 

Dunham Lucy A. Miss, house 46 Cherry 

Dunlap Thomas, house rear 6 Lopez 

Dunlea James, boards 53 North 

Dunlea Joanna, widow of Patrick, house 53 North 

Dun lea John, boards 53 North [Green 

Dunlop Margaret M. P., widow of John, h. 18 Pearl, n. 

Dunmore Francis H., clerk (105 Arch, B.), boards 8 Day 

DUNMORE JOHN L., photographer (333 Washington, 

B.), house 8 Day 
Dunmore Martha W., widow of John, house 8 Day 
Dunn Alexander, boards 3 Riverside place 
Dunn Andrew P., paper collar maker, 10 Arrow, house 25 

Magazine 
Dunn Bartholomew, laborer, house 3 Fourth 
Dunn Christena, widow of Thomas, house 3 Riverside 
place [house 

Dunn Francis DeMaurice, student H. U., rooms 37 College 
Dunn George, pninter, house 212 Green 
Dunn Hannah Miss, house 22 Harrison 
Dunn James, plasterer, house 3 Elmer 
Dunn James, gardener, 333 Harvard, house 233 Franklin 
Dunn James F., wood turner, boards rear 63 Gore 
Dunn John, book finisher, Riverside Press, house 3 Riv- 
erside place 
Dunn John, boiler maker, 92 Main, house 47 Pine 
Dunn John A. H., wood turner, house 7 Dinsmore court 
Dunn John B., laborer, house 24 Brewery 
Dunn John H., clerk (Boston), boards 3 Fourth 
Dunn J. C, student H. XL, boards 34 Mount Auburn 
Dunn Mary, widow of John, house 91 Vine 
Dunn Patrick H., lock smith and brass finisher, 54 Cam- 
bridge, house at Somerville 
Dunn William, glass presser, house rear 63 Gore 
Dunn William K., book finisher Riverside Press, boards 3 

Riverside place 
Dunnells George B., boards rear 124 Gore 
Dunnells Jane, widow of Samuel, house rear 124 Gore 
Dunnells Mason R., teamster, house 22 Fourth 
Dunnigan Catherine, widow of Peter, house r. 43 Winter 
Dunnigan Patrick, chemist, 150 Broadway, house 134 do. 
Dunning W. H. Mrs., house 11 Dana 

Dunwoody John, house 249 Mount Auburn [ct. 

Durant Nancy P., widow of Reuben, house 2 Westacott 
Durant William B., lawyer (194 Washington, rear 11, 

B.), boards 378 Harvard 
Durback Gustave, oil finisher, house Hixon blk., Portland 
Duren Emily, widow, boards 76 Sixth 



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Duren William (E. D. Sawyer & Co.), lumber, 12 Cam- 
bridge, house at Calais, Me. 
Dureen Edward P., carpenter, house 18 Hunting 
Durgin Bridget, widow of Simon, house 24 Charles River 
Durgin Daniel E., polisher, boards 8 Eighth 
Durgin Elizabeth, widow of Daniel, house 8 Eighth 
Durgin Frederick C, polisher, boards 8 Eighth 
Durgin George F., polisher, boards 8 Eighth 
Durgin George T., carpenter, house Hollis, near Spruce 
Durgin George W., printer, house 65 Norfolk 
Durgin Margaret, widow of Cornelius, house Jefferson, 
near Harding [Charles River 

Durgin Matthew, book binder Riverside Press., bds. 24 
Durgin Sarah A. Miss, matron house of Correction, 

boards Third, corner Thorndike 
Durnan James, expressman, order box, 190 Cambridge, 
house 21 Porter, near Harding [124 Gore 

Dnrnan Peter, jr., express, 159 Cambridge, cor. Fifth, h. 
Durnan William, laborer, house 117 Pleasant 
Durno James G., tailor, house 33 Pioneer avenue 
Duross Ellen, widow of Frank, house 22 Warren 
Duross Susan, widow of Terrence, house 7 Stevens court 
Durrell Betsey G., widow of O. B., house 73 Thorndike 
Durrell Charles P., clerk, 115 Cambridge, boards 73 
Thorndike [h. 73 Thorndike 

Durrell Oliver H., wholesale small wares (83 Summer, B.), 
Dusan Leon, finisher W. L. Lockhart, boards 57 Gore 
Dusseault Adolphus, wood carver, house 5 King place 
Dustin Betsey A., widow of Samuel, house 74 Fourth 
Dutton Albert L., milkman, house 56 Fourth 
Dutton Eugene, teamster, boards 59 Third 
Duval Charles, hairdresser (B.), boards 476 Cambridge 
Dwelley Adam H., brass finisher, 368 Main, h. 2 Bristol 
Dwelley Emma E. Miss, house 3 Sumner 
Dwight Charles C, clerk, boards 102 Prospect 
Dwight Fannie M., widow of Henry C, h. 102 Prospect 
Dwight Jonathan, student H. U., rooms 20 Thayer hall 
Dwight Thomas, instructor in Histology H. U., house at 

Boston 
Dwyan Thomas, laborer, house 30 Soden 
Dwyer Daniel, printer, boards 238 Broadway 
Dwyer Daniel, carpenter, house 192 Bridge 
Dwyer Daniel, laborer, house 188 Norfolk 
Dwyer Edmond, watchman, house 238 Broadway 
Dwyer Edward, laborer, house 21 Charles River 
Dwyer Edward, jr., printer, (B.), bds. 21 Charles River 
Dwyer Edward H., harness maker, house 9 Sixth 
Dwyer Edward ,H., jr., clerk (Somerville), boards 9 Sixth 
Dwyer James, glass maker, boards 188 Norfolk 



150 CAMBRIDGE [E] DIRECTORY. 

Dwyer John, leather (132 Pearl, B.), house 54 Pearl 
Dwyer John, conductor U. R. Co., boards rear 27 Gore 
Dwyer John A., gate tender, B. & L. R. R, Prison Poiut 

bridge, house near do. 
Dwyer John S., painter and grainer, h. rear 170 Norfolk 
Dwyer Margaret, widow of John, house rear 27 Gore 
Dwyer Matthew, laborer, house Conroy's block, rear 209 

' Mt. Auburn 
Dwyer Matthew, Jaborer, house 192 Norfolk 
Dwyer Matthew, blacksmith Union R. Co., h. 43 Spruce 
Dwyer Michael, teamster, house 13 Foster 
Dwyer Michael J., printer, boards 238 Broadway 
Dwyer Thomas, boards 238 Broadway 
Dwyer Thomas J., laborer, house 137 Bridge 
Dyer Anna M. Mrs.,house» 15 Beech 
Dyer Caroline E. Mrs., boards 2 Holmes place 
Dyer Edward M., engineer (16 Beverly, B.),h. 79 Fifth 
Dyer George W. (28 Congress, B.), house 56 Erie 
Dyer John E., pattern maker, 368 Main, house 51 School 
Dyer Mary, widow, house 20 Union 
Dyer Oliver, student H. U., boards 12 Story 
Dyer Randolph A., cabinet maker, house 4 Boardman pi. 
Dyer Thomas, stone cutter, house 7 Roger's block, Main 

EADIE JOHN (H. S. Doane & Co.), grocer, 281 Broad- 
way, house 16 Elm 
Eadie see Eddy [h. 83 Otis 

Eagan Eugene F. J., assistant pastor, St. John's Church 
Eagan Patrick, laborer, house 79 Elm 
Eagan Susan, widow, house 9 Seventh 
Eagan, see Egan, also Agen 
Eagleson Joseph, laborer, house 2 Foster 
Eagleson Thomas C, laborer, house 27 Grant 
Eagleston John PL, clerk P. O., house 6 Tufts 
Eagleston Thomas S., tinplate worker, 8 Brattle, house 

17 Farwell place 

Eagleston see Eggleston [98 Concord av., h. do. 

Eames Henry H. Mrs. (H. H. Eames & Son), ice dealer, 

Eames H. H. & Son (Mrs. Henry H. Eames and Thomas 

H. Eames), ice dealers, 98 Concord av., order box J. 

H. Wyeth's, 6 Brattle [14tf Pearl 

Eames James H. (Jaynes & Co.), barrel manufacturer, h. 

Eames John N., wood worker M. <fc H. Organ Co., house 

at Wilmington [Concord av. 

Eames Joseph E., with H. H. Eames & Son, house 89 

Eames Mary H., widow of Charles P., honse 141 Pearl 

Eames Thomas H. (H. H. Eames & Son), ice dealer, 98 

Concord av., house 99 Concord av., cor. Donnel 
Earl Amy A., widow of William, house 63 Oxford 



CAMBRIDGE [E] DIRECTORY. 151 

Earl Henry, pressman (39 Arch, B.), house 856 Main 
Earl William, clerk (Fulton, B.), house 63 Oxford 
Early John, bootmaker, 3 Brattle, house 17 Brown 
EAST CAMBRIDGE FIVE CENT SAVINGS BANK, 

80 Cambridge 
East Cambridge LandjCo., office (47 Equitable building, 

Milk, cor. 150 Devonshire st, Boston) 
East Cambridge Post office, 98 Cambridge, near Third 

Rufus R. Wade, P. M. 
East Cambridge Station on B. L. & N. R. R., foot Third 
EAST CAMBRIDGE AND BOSTON OMNIBUS 

LINE, J. C. Stiles, agent, office 197 Cambridge 
East John W., teamster, house 181 Gore 
Easter Charles, trunks, etc., (7 Elm, B.), house 64 Dana 
Easter Robert S., blacksmith and wheelwright, 355 North 

avenue, next Middlesex Central Branch R. R., house 

15 Rice 
Easter Samuel, carriage repository 174 Main, h. at Maiden 
Easterbrook Edward F., laborer, house 18 Hayes court 
Easterbrook see Estabrook 
Eastley Christopher, slater, boards 5 Elmer 
Eastman Alphonso H., teamster, house 7 Union 
Eastman Frank C, reed maker M.& H. O. Co., h. 3 Soden 
Eastman John, carpenter, house 82>£ Green 
Eastman J. D. Mrs., house 547 Main 
Eastman Mary A. Mrs., house 24 Lee 
Eastman Rebecca W., widow of Luke, house 14 Dover 
Eastwood Benjamin S., agent Plume & Atwood Mnfg. 

Co. (13 Federal, B.), house 37 Trowbridge 
Eaton Charles, broker (3 Congress sq., B.), h. 15 Prospect 
Eaton Charles F., ship stores (48 Long wharf, B.), house 

8 Essex ' [Edward Fobes', Mt. Pleasant 

Eaton Clifford C, clerk (451 Washington, B.), boards 
Eaton Emma P., teacher Washington grammar school, 

boards 11 Sumner 
Eaton Frank H., tutor, boards 31 Holyoke 
Eaton George D., jr., yardmaster B. L. & N. R. R. freight 

office, Prison Point road, h. rear 122 Otis 
Eaton Jacob, house 8 Winsor 
Eaton Joseph L. R., butcher, house 6 Rice 
Eaton Nancy, widow of Victor, boards 7 Sixth 
Eaton Osgood, tuner M. & H. Organ Co., h. at Reading 
Eaton Sarah E., widow of Rev. Joseph W., h. 697 Main 
Eaton Warren A., policeman, house 54 Fifth 
Eaton William D., boards Ed. Fobes', Mt. Pleasant 
Eberhardt Jacob J., bookbinder, house 49 Winsor 
Eccles David, fireman J. P. Squire & Co., house 165 Otis 
Eddy Imogene W. Mrs., house., 4 Daye court 
Eddy Martin, mason, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Eddy see Eadie 



152 CAMBRIDGE [E~[ DIRECTORY. 

Edes Robert T., Prof, of Materia Medica H.U.,h. at Boston 
Edgerly Charles B., merchant (4 Commercial wharf, B.), 

house 17 Forest 
Edgerly Clinton J., student H. XL, rooms 369 Harvard 
Edgerly D. Mark, physician, house 84 Green 
Edgerly Samuel S., house 248 Franklin 
Edgeworth Susan, widow of James*, house 91 Third 
Edginton William H., sawyer M. & H. Organ Co., house 

402 Main 
Edmands Millie M., widow of Samuel P., h. 81 Oxford 
Edmands Moses G., student H. IT., rooms 41 Thayer hall 
Ed?nonds Peter, laborer, house rear 53 Vine 
Edson Edward B., book binder Riverside Press, house 58 

Fairmont 
Edson Frank A., painter, boards 25 State 
Edson James A., wood turner, boards 25 State 
Edson Jas. T., instructor House of Correction, h. 25 State 
Edwards Adda G. Mrs., dressmaker, 12 Norfolk, h. do. 
Edwards Annie N. D. Miss, house 81 River 
Edwards Arad J., pattern maker, 21 Hampshire, boards 9 

River 
Edwards Eden, marble polisher (Boston), house 4 Short 
Edwards Frances B., wid. of Chas. H., h. 27 Western av. 
Edwards George, painter, rooms 20 Holyoke 
Edwards George A., brass finisher, 368 Main, h. 9 River 
Edwards John H., express (21 Faneuil hall square, B.), 

house 9 Creek 
Edwards John P., trader, house 81 River 
Edwards Lewis A., clerk, 225 North av., bds. 37 Spruce 
Edwards Pierrepont, student H. IT., rooms 31 Weld hall 
Edwards Richard, student H. IT., rooms 2 Divinity hall 
Edwards Russell S., produce (15 Blackstone, B.), house 

37 Spruce 
Edwards Weldon, laborer, house rear 4 Gray's place 
Edwards William, laborer, house 23 Harding 
Edwards William J., painter, Mill, foot of Holyoke, rooms 

20 Holyoke 
Egan Michael, teamster, house 72 Brookline 
Egan Thomas, laborer, boards 134 Broadway 
Egan, see Eagan, also Agen 
Eggleston Charles H. Mrs., house 111 Norfolk 
Eggleston Lorenzo, machinist, 72 Main, house 31 Norfolk 
Eggleston William A., cook, house 157 Green 
Eggleston, see Eagleston 

Ehart Caroline, widow of Joseph, house 18 Gore 
Eh art William, varnisher F. Geldowsky, boards 18 Gore 
Ela Alfred, student H. U., boards 13 Ash 
Ela Lucia, widow of Richard, house 13 Ash 
Ela Richard (D. G. Pratt & Co.), 131 Broadway and (5 

Tremont, room 7, B.), house 13 Ash 



CAMBRIDGE [E] DIRECTORY. 153 

Elder Josie S. Mrs., dressmaker, house 20 Fairmont 

Elderd Alice, widow of Jordan, house 174 Gore 

Elderd George H., milk driver, boards 174 Gore 

Elders Samuel, gardener, Mt. Auburn, house at Belmont 

Eliot Amory, law student H. U., boards 39 Brattle 

Eliot Charles, student, house 17 Quincy 

Eliot Charles W., president H. U., office (70 Water, B.), 

house 17 Quincy 
Eliot John, leather belting (57 Sudbury, B.), h. 22 Lee 
Eliot, see Elliott 

Elkins Alonzo, agent Oriental Tea Co. (B.), h. 27 Essex 
Ellicott Edward S., student H. IL, rms. 33 Matthews hall 
Elliott Charles Wyllys, house 15 Appian-way 
Elliott Ferdinand, furniture packer, boards Squire's brick 

block, Squire's court 
Elliott Henry H., purchasing agent, house 48 Dana 
Elliott James, blacksmith and wheelwright, Brighton, cor. 

Murray, boards 890 Main 
Elliott John E., painter, house 33 Washington 
Elliott William, blacksmith and wheelwright James Elli- 
ott, Brighton, corner Murray, boards 890 Main 
Elliott WmJ, teamster (93 Broad, B.), house 2 Fourth 
Elliott, see Eliot 

Ellis Alexander, expressman, house 18 Market 
Ellis Benjamin W., coal and wood, 26 Brighton, h. 7 Gerry 
Ellis Calvin, Jackson professor of Clinical Medicine and 

Dean of the Medical Faculty, house at Boston 
Ellis Charles H., house 39 Seventh 
Ellis Clement E., cabinet maker, house 56 Elm 
Ellis David, produce (37 South Market, B.), house 117 

North avenue [Roseland 

Ellis D. Frank, produce (37 South Market, B.), house 8 
Ellis D. Warren, produce (21 Merchants row, B.), house 

27 Western avenue 
Ellis Edward J., clerk, boards 6 Lamson place 
Ellis Emmons R. (50 South Market, B.), h. 54 North av. 
Ellis Francis H., student Boston University, b. 39 Seventh 
Ellis Fred H., clerk, boards 56 Elm [bl'k 

Ellis Frederick Hamant, student H. U., rms. 14 Little's 
Ellis George W., lithographer, boards 56 Elm 
Ellis Harriet, widow of Charles H., house 20 Eighth 
Ellis Harvey D., carpenter, house 21 Sydney 
Ellis John G., blacksmith, 368 Main, h. 6 Lamson place 
Ellis John L., receiving agent U. S. & Canada Express, 

F. R. R. depot, boards 18 Eighth 
Ellis J. Russell, produce dealer (50 South Market, B.), h. 

54 North avenue 
Ellis Lois A. Mrs., widow, house 37 Tremont 
Ellis Mellen F., bookkeeper (So. Boston Ice Co.), house 

106 Columbia 



154 CAMBRIDGE [£] DIRECTORY. 

Ellis Myra I., teacher, boards 37 Tremont 

Ellis Ralph X., student H. IT., rooms 25 Little's block 

Ellis Ralph W., student H. XL, rooms 11 College house 

Ellis Robert E., clerk, 121 Hampshire, boards 56 Elm 

Ellis Rodolf, carpenter, house 60 Vine 

Ellis Sarah, widow of William B., house 18 Eighth 

Ellis Stearns R., produce (B.), house 22 Forest 

Ellis S. L. Mrs. (Mrs. S. L. Ellis & Co.), dressmaker and 

milliner, 547 Main, house do. 
ELLIS S. L. MRS. & CO. (Mrs. S. L. Ellis), dressmakers 

and milliners, 547 Main 
Ellis Thomas, laborer, house 55 Amory 
Ellis Thomas F., molder, boards 18 Market 
Ellis Timothy J., book binder, boards 18 Market 
Ellis William, laborer, house 18 Market 
Ellis William R., treasurer Boston Rolling Mills, Portland 

and (17 Battervmarch, B.), h. 16 Irving 
Ellison Nahum, billiard saloon (B.), house 31 Pearl 
Ellison Willard, clerk (B.), house 20 Pearl 
Ells John B., organ tuner, 624 Main, h. 17*0 Putnam av. 
Elms George H., lobster dealer, Craigie's bridge, Bridge, 

house do. 
Elphen Garret, laborer, house 68 Brookline 
Elting Irving, student H. U., rooms 10 Dolton block, 428 

Harvard 
Elton Harry A., cooper, house 2 Broadway 
Elwell Elizabeth, widow of James B., h. 107 Spiing 
El word Charles, expressman (B.), bds. 13 Fourth 
Elword Elizabeth, widow of Win., house 13 Fourth 
Elword Joseph W., clerk, 110 Cambridge, bds. 13 Fourth 
Ely Philip Van R., student H. U., rms. 15 Holyoke house 
Emerson Adeline, widow of Chas., h. 20 Brookline 
Emerson Chas., confectioner, 503 Main, house 32 Green 
Emerson Daniel, clerk, 214 North av., h. 12 White 
Emerson Elijah, tuner M. & H. Organ Co., house Cres- 
cent, 3rd on left from Oxford [Fourth 
Emerson George B., teamster (19 Blackstone, B.), h. 12 
Emerson George F., clerk M. & H. Organ Co., house at 

East Somerville 
Emerson Helen F., widow of George B., h. 4 Upton 
Emerson Henry L., trader, house 106 Allston 
Emerson Hester A. Mrs., eclectic physician, b. 72 Spring 
Emerson Hiram, currier, house 2 -Percy place 
Emerson Israel L., painter, 43 Cambridge, house at Glen- 
wood station, Medford 
Emerson John, conductor U. R. Co., bds. 2 Prospect 
Emerson Major, laborer, house 48 Hastings 
Emersou Mary E. Miss, house 12 White 
Emerson Mary F. Miss, teacher Harvard grammar school, 
b oards 760 Main 



CAMBRIDGE [E] DIRECTORY. 155 

Emerson Thomas H. (B. P. Clark & Co.), confectionery 

and cigar mnfr., 503 Main, h. 766 do. 
Emerson William EL, sugar and molasses (24>£ Central, 

B.), h. 341 Harvard 
Emerton Ephraim, instructor in History and German H. 

U., h. 26 Hancock 
Emery Henry H., laborer, house 3 Squire's court 
Emery James W., president Union Railway Co., Harvard 

square, and (150 Devonshire, room 47, B.), house 18 

Prescott, n. Broadway 
Emery John B., small wares and fancy goods, 442 Har- 
vard, house at Lawrence [Broadway 
Emery Manning, banker (9 Congress, B.), h. 18 Prescott, n. 
Emerv Margaret Mrs., house 13 Webster avenue 
EMERY WOODWARD, lawyer (38 Sears building, B.), 

rooms 404 Harvard 
Emmel Charles, carver, house 146 Thorndike 
Emory Susan P. Mrs., house 296 North avenue 
Emory Wm. H., printer University Press, h. 48 Winthrop 
Endicott Henry, house 28 Columbia 
End res George, wood carver, house 55 Gore 
Endres George F., shipping clerk (36 Winter, B.), boards 

55 Gore 
Endres John, bookbinder, boards 1 Gordon place 
Engal Stephen, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 161M Broadway 
England James, clerk, 191 North av., bds. 189>£ do. 
Engley William F., counselor-at-l^w, 573 Main, house 3 

rear 41 Norfolk 
English Edward E., glass maker, house 40 Winter 
English Margaret Mrs., dressmaker, house 40 Winter 
Ephraim Joseph H., cigar maker, h. 247 Broadway 
Erhard Rudolph, brass finisher, house 121 Spring 
Ericsson Richard, gardener Hovey & Co., boards Line, 

near Cambridge 
Ernst Henry, piano maker, bds. 63 Sixth 
Eshman Peter Powl, brickmaker, house 24 Donnell 
Estabrook Joseph D., salesman (20 Franklin, B.), house 

Washington avenue, cor. Arlington 
Estabrook Joseph W., produce (47 North Market, B.), 

house 244 Harvard 
Estabrook, see Easterbrook [Brattle, h. 865 Main 

Estes Ivory P., hardware and stoves, Estes block, 10 
Estes Silvia P. Miss, nurse, house 9 Austin 
Estey Jonathan L., compositor, boards 233 Harvard 
Estey William H., reporter Boston Herald (211 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 233 Harvard 
Esty Elizabeth Mrs., house 27 Jay 
Etherington John, carpenter, boards 67 Western av. 
Etherington Thomas, carpenter, h. 67 Western avenue 



156 CAMBRIDGE [E] DIRECTORY. 

Ettinger Isaac, express driver, house 2 Riverside pi. 
Eustace Alexander, groceries and provisions, 83 Pearl, 

house 4 Lake 
Eustace Ann, widow of James, house r. 96 Gore 
Eustis Frank I., at Boston Rolling Mills, Portland, house 

6 Garden [Franklin 

Eustis Fred. J., pianist (611 Washington, B.), boards 78 
Eustis Henry L., professor of engineering, and Dean of 

the scientific faculty H. IT., h. 29 Kirkland 
Eustis Henry S., house 29 Kirkland 
Eustis Herbert H., student H. U., h. 29 Kirkland 
Eustis Julian J., clerk (363 Dorchester avenue, B.), house 

29 Kirkland 
Eutabrouk Charles, gunsmith (27 Dock sq., B.), house 

Crescent, 2d on right from Oxford 
Evans Elizabeth, widow, h. Portland, n. Harvard 
Evans Evan, carpenter, house Fifth 
Evans George, wharf builder, house 24 East 
Evans George S., postal clerk Boston & Albany R. R., h. 

49 Mount Auburn 
Evans Glendower, student H. U., rooms 127 Mt. Auburn 
Evans James S., pressman University Press, boards 141 

Mount Auburn 
Evans John H., teamster, house 3 Murdock 
Evans Joseph, saw filer, house Oxford, next Roseland 
Evans Louise, widow of Henry, house 76 Spring 
Evans M. Lizzie Miss, teacher Mason primary school, bds. 

Mrs. E. Evans', Portland 
Evans Richard, gardener, house 24 Hudson place 
Evans William, carriage trimmer, house 150 Mt. Auburn 
Evans William, jr., policeman, station 1., house 139 Mt. 

Auburn 
Evans William H., tailor, boards 148 Mount Auburn 
Evanston Major, hostler, house 48 Hastings 
Eveleth Dana A. Miss, teacher Shepard grammar school, 

boards 6 Noith avenue 
Eveleth William H., supt. H. U. grounds, h. 6 North av. 
Everett Betsey W ., widow of Oliver C, bds. 51 Oxford 
Everett Charles C, Bussey professor of theology H. U., 

house 38 Concord avenue 
Everett Edward, student H. U., rooms 42 Brattle 
Everett Edward F., insurance broker (24 Exchange place, 

B.), house 31 Sacramento 
Everett Emily, widow of Stevens, house 23 Berkeley- 
Everett Josiah S., teamster (274 State, B.), h. 34 Fifth 
Everett William, assistant professor of Latin H. U., house 

16 Holmes p ] ace 
Everett William A., house 23 Berkeley 
Ewell Charles, house 39 Linnasan 



CAMBRIDGE [F] DIRECTORY. 157 

Ewell Charles C, mason, house 21 Franklin 

Ewell Charlotte A. Miss, teacher Wyman primary school, 

boards 170 North avenue [41 Franklin 

Ewell James P., pianoforte key maker, 139 Broadway, b. 
Ewell Thos. B., salesman (27 Winter, B.;, h. 39 Linnaean 
Ewings Calvin, provisions (10 South Market, B.), house 

212)4 North avenue 
Eyre Charles E., kid glove cleaner, 10 Houghton, h. do. 

FABYAN JOSHUA E., livery stable, 518 and 520 Cam- 
bridge, house 92)4 Inman 
Facey John P., printer Riverside Press, h. 46 Fairmont 
Fagan James, laborer, h. Conroy blk., r. 209 Mt. Auburn 
Fahey Edward, laborer, house 112 Green 
Fahy Edward L., stone cutter, house 120 Third 
Fahy Frank, laborer, house 120 Third 
Fahy John L., grocer, 120 Third, house 89 Fifth 
Fairbairn Andrew S., peddler, boards 8 Eighth 
Fairbairn John, peddler, house 8 Eighth 
Fairbairn John R., auctioneer, real estate agent and con- 
stable, 166 Cambridge, house do. 
Fairbank Alfred T. (125 Tremont, B.), bds. 14 Plympton 
Fairbank Anna C, widow of Elbridge, h. 14 Plympton 
Fairbank George E., merchant tailor (125 Tremont, B.), 

house 14 Plympton 
Fairbanks Edwin, house 42 Chestnut 
Fairbanks Eugene L., tin smith, house r. 189 Hampshire 
Fairbanks Hannah M., widow of James H., h. 112 Inman 
Fairbanks John A., Fairbanks' Flexible Bit, 384 Main, 

boards 87 Norfolk 
Fairbanks John W. (American Net & Twine Co.), Third 

and (43 Commercial, B.), house at Waltham 
FAIRBANKS LEVI (M. Fairbanks & Co.), mineral 

water, etc. (Howard, B.), house 87 Norfolk 
Fairchild J. H. Mrs., house 44 Mt. Auburn 
Fairfield Charles, house 286- Broadway 
Fairfield Edward T., carpenter, house 71 Columbia 
Fairfield Henry A., foreman N. E. Farmer office (34 Mer- 
chants row, B.), house 56 Dana [do. 
Fairfield Sophronia A. Mrs., dressmaker 286 Broadway, h. 
Falconer William, head gardener H. U. botanical garden, 

boards do. 
Fales Helan H., rooms 31 Norfolk 
Fallon Ann, widow of Patrick, house 3 Hamilton 
Fallon Bernard, laborer, house 103 Brookline 
Fallon Bridget, widow, house 222 Franklin 
Fallon Christopher, stone cutter, house 234 Franklin 
Fallon Daniel, laborer, boards 222 Franklin 
Fallon Ellen, widow of Timothy, house 4 Hamilton 



158 CAMBRIDGE [f] DIRECTORY. 

Fallon John, painter, house 3 Grant 

Fallon John, laborer, house 48 Fairmont 

Fallon John, laborer, house 47 Reed 

Fallon Margarett, widow of James, house 69 Brookline 

Fallon Martin, painter, house 33 Banks 

Fallon Michael, hack driver, house 5 Hamilton 

Falls Alonzo B., engineer B. L. & N. R. R., h. 95 Otis 

Falvy Crohan, laborer, house 9 Cowperthwaite 

Falvy Michael, teamster A. McDonald, Mt. Auburn, house 

McDonald 
Fargo George W., teamster, house 52 Fifth 
Farley Gustavus, broker (5 Clark's building, Atlantic av., 
B.), h. 16 Lowell [30 Holyoke house 

Farlow William G., asst. professor of botany H. IT., rooms 
Farmer Jesse, copper smith (69 Merrimac, B.), house 14 

Prospect 
Farmer John P. Mrs., house 29 Mellen 
Farmer John P., jr., house 29 Mellen 
Farnham Aaron, boards 865 Main 
Farnham Edwin, physician, 347 Harvard, house do. 
Farnham George Y., teamster, h. Valentine, near Pearl 
Farnsworth Charles H., surgeon and homoeopathic phy- 
sician, 170 Cambridge, h. do. 
Farnsworth John P., student H. U., bds. 42 Garden 
Farnum Sylvester B., machinist, 72 Main, h. 49 Winsor 
FARNUM GERRY F., baggage express (State, cor. 

Washington, B.), h. 650 Main 
Farracy John, laborer, house 31 Carson 
Farracy Patrick, house 32 North 
Farrell Garrett, house 73 Inman 
Farrell George R., net maker, house 57 Spring 
Farrell John, carpenter, boards rear 164 Gore 
Farrell John H., real estate agent, h. 247 Putnam av. 
Farrell Matthew, laborer, house 8 Hastings 
Farrell Matthew, laborer, house 95 Sixth 
Farrell Micah J., salesman (84 Canal, B.), h. 89 Auburn 
Farrell Thomas, peddler, house 8 Rogers block, Main 
Farren Patrick, tinsmith, house 1 rear 189 Hampshire 
Farren Patrick H., agent, h. 32 Fairmont [Norfolk 

Farrington John, driver Thurston, Hall & Co., rooms 104 
Farrington Josiah C. R. Mrs., house 894 Main 
Farrington Thomas F., book binder, house 100 Hampshire 
Farris Edward J., laborer, house rear 186 Cambridge 
FARVVELL BERTRAM H., florist, 273 North av., h.do. 
Far well Charles H., clerk, 9 Brighton, house 33 Hudson 
Far well Charles H., boards 114 Prospect 
Far well Henry G., student, boards 114 Prospect 
Far well James K., superintendent Cambridge Cemetery, 
house 273 North avenue [Prospect 

Farwell Joseph R., com. mer. (30 Commerce, B.), h. 114 



CAMBRIDGE [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 159 

Farwell Stephen T. Mrs., house 101 Trowbridge 
Farwell William E., clerk, Hubbard's whf.,foot of Charles 

River, house at Watertown 
Fatal John J., messenger U. S. Sub. Treasury (Devon- 
shire, cor. Water, B.), h. 7 Lincoln [House 
Faulhaber Oscar, tutor in German H.' U., rms. 28 College 
Faulkner George, oarsman, house 6 Banks 
Faunce George, student H. U., rms. 37 College house 
Favor James M., driver Thurston, Hall & Co., house 94 

Norfolk 
Fawcet Caroline A. Miss, house 21 Avon 
Fawcet Robert, teamster Otis S. Brown & Co., h. 3 East 
Fawcet Samuel H., house 21 Avon 
Fawcet William S., provisions, 69 Norfolk, house do. 
Faxon Daniel, horse shoer, 18 Cambridge, h. 112 Fourth 
Faxon Harriet A. Miss, house 25 Prospect 
Faxon Walter, instructor in Zoology H. U., b. 7 Sumner 
Fay Amy Miss, pianist, house 6 Arrow 
Fay Bartholomew, laborer, house 14 Cambridge 
Fay Charles F., insurance and mortgage broker (48 Con- 
gress, B.), h. 170 North av. 
Fay Dudley B., student H. IT., rooms 36 Holyoke House 
Fay Edward P., car trimmer, boards 18 Laurel 
Fay Isaac Mrs., house 59 Antrim, near Cambridge 
Fay James, laborer, h. 6 Portland, opp. Rolling Mill 
Fay Maria D. Miss, house 10 Garden [18 Laurel 

Fay Thomas, upholsterer B. & A. car shop (Allston), h. 
Fears Josiah, clerk 4 Hyde's blk., 609 Main, h. 33 Pleasant 
Fed George, currier, house rear 380 North avenue 
Fee Thomas, coachman, 4 Kirkland place, and porter U. 

S. Coast Survey, house rear 15 Baldwin 
Fee Thomas, laborer, house 181 Bridge 
Feeley Patrick, shoe maker, 91 Main, house Broadway 

block., Broadway, bet. Fifth and Main 
Feeney Michael, laborer, boards Mansion house, Gore 
Feeney Sophia, widow of John, house 80 Spring 
Felix Estacio R., hair dresser, 466 Cambridge, house do. 
Felix Frank, laborer, house 27 Gore 

Felker John C, foreman Shaw & Applin, bds. at Boston 
Fell Thomas, cooper, house 6 Squire's court 
Fellows Charles M., grocer (Batterymarch, c. Hamilton, 

B.), house 53 North avenue 
Fellows Frank C, boards 53 North avenue 
Fellows Henry T. (42 Pearl, B.), h. Elm c. Davenport 
Fellows John H., brush manufacturer (35 Exchange, B.), 
house 124 Otis [Douglass 

Fellows Joseph, ass't foreman Walworth Mnfg. Co., h. 12 
Fellows Lydia M., widow of John H., house 106 Ellery 
Fellows Oshea P., driver Thurston, Hall & Co., house 60 
Market 



160 CAMBRIDGE [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 

Fellows William, express driver, boards 534 Main 
FeltChas. W., flour (60 Commerce, B.), h. 110 Washington 
Felt C. Leslie, bookkeeper (173 State, B.), boards 110 

Washington 
Felt Geo. W., horse shoer, 18 Cambridge, h. at Somerville 
Felt Irwin G., house 137 Otis 
Felt John B., packer, 624 Main, house 16 Howard 
Felton Edgar C, student H. U., rooms 50 Weld hall 
Felton L. C. Miss, boards 11 Ware 
Felton Thomas C, boards 11 Ware 
Fenelon Michael F., apothecary (206 Cambribge, B.), and 

(10 Union square, Somerville), house 158>£ Otis 
Fenn William Lyman, painter, house 12 Pine 
Fennelly James, drug clerk (297 Franklin, B.), house 508 

Cambridge 
Fenner Mary E., widow, house 58 Pearl 
Fenno J. William, real estate (230 Washington, B.) house 

41 Norfolk 
Fennon Martin, laborer, house 23 Allston 
Ferdinand Jasper F., broker (200 Washington, B.), house 

80 Green [Green 

Ferdinand Lorrin W., hardware (267 Federal, B.), h. 80 
Ferguson Thomas T., constable, Henderson's block, 218 

North avenue, house 6 Walden [av. 

Fern Otis L., liquor dealer (95 Union, B.), h. 56 Western 
Fernald Frank C, student H. U., rooms 17 Thayer hall 
Fernald William H., carpenter, house 15 Antrim 
Fernance John, house 35 Vine [Somerville 

Ferreira Frank J., hairdresser, 101 Cambridge, boards at 
Ferrette Julius Bishop, author, rooms 101 Trowbridge 
Ferrin Stephen A., grocer, 26 Brewery, house do. 
Ferris Edward J., grocer, 271 Cambridge, b. 32 Harding 
Ferris Frank F., pressman University Press, rooms 20 

Holyoke [Spring 

Ferris Hannah Miss (32 Merchants row, B.), rooms 42 
Ferris Lawrence, clerk (56 Fulton, B.), house 42 Spring 
Ferris Thomas, peddler, house 32 Harding, near Jefferson 
Ferris William T., glass cutter, boards 32 Harding 
Ferry August, coftin maker W. L. Lockhart, rras. 73 Gore 
Ferry Patrick, laborer, house 127 Elm 
Fessenden Albert F., student II. U., bds. 153 Mt. Auburn 
Fessenden Benjamin, house 17 Walden 
Fessenden Charles L., dry goods (156 Hanover, B.), h. 

27 Prospect [bds. 17 Walden 

Fessenden Emily F., teacher Shepard grammar school, 
Fessenden Henry, tinman, boards 5 Rockwell 
Fessenden James D., student H. U., rooms 16 Thayer hall 
Fessenden Lucy O., teacher, boards 17 Walden 
Fessenden Oliver G., law student H. U., rooms 16 Oxford 



CAMBRIDGE [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 161 

Fessenden Stephen D., law student (Bowdoin College), 

boards 16 Oxford 
Fessenden Thomas A. D. Mrs., house 16 Oxford 
Field Alfred W., proctor H. U., rms. 16 Dolton's bl'k, Main 
Field Charles R. F., milkman, boards 8 Warland 
Field Chauncy H., machinist, 72 Main, house 31 Green 
Field Eunice W. Miss, teacher Holmes primary school, 

boards 874 Main 
Field Franklin, machinist, 72 Main, boards 25 State 
Field George, house 9 Chauncy 

Field George G. (39 Court, room 1, B.), house 9 Chauncy 
Field James Mrs., grocer, 174 Hampshire, house 172 do. 
Field James B., student H. U., rooms 54 College house 
Field John F., clerk, 174 Hampshire, boards 172 do. 
Field Walter W., machinist, 72 Main, boards 25 State 
Field, see Fields 

Fielding Dennis J., grocer, 95 Sixth, house do. [do. 

Fielding John C, clerk Porters Hotel, 185 North av., b. 
Fielding Owen, laborer, house 16 Hastings 
Fields Israel, waiter, house 63 Washington 
Fields William, house 13 Lopez 

Fieseler Augustus, cigar maker, 67 Sixth, rms. 12 Winter 
Fife James, harness cleaner J. Pike & Co., boards 24 Far- 
well place 
Fife John, laborer, bds. R. P. Walsh's, Fresh Pond lane 
Fifield George E., gilder (83 Sudbury, B.), bds. 6 Essex 
Fifield George W., house 6 Essex 
Fifield James H., boards 6 Essex 
Fifield John F , conductor U. R. Co., boards 6 Essex 
Fifield William S., tinplate worker Chas. Moore & Co., 

house at Somerville 
Fillebrown Amos, boards 131 Cambridge 
Fillebrown Caroline Miss, hat trimmer (Boylston sq., B), 

boards 131 Cambridge 
Fillebrown Elizabeth, widow of James, house 10 Upton 
Fillebrown Elizabeth Miss, dressmaker, house 10 Upton 
Fillebrown Ellen, widow of Andrew, boarding-house, 58£ 

Cambridge 
Fillebrown Hannah, widow, boards 42 Coggswell avenue 
Fillebrown Mary, widow of Charles, house 69 Inman 
Fillebrown Samuel, painter, 457 Cambridge, h. 453 do. 
Fillebrown William, boots and shoes (134 Court, B.), h. 

16 Arlington [Cambridge 

Fillmore Wellington, carpenter, house 165 Prospect, near 
Finan James, case maker, house 60 Broadway 
Finan James, gardener Henry C. Rand, Elm, house at 

Somerville 
Finley Dennis, sawyer G. G. Page & Co. 
Finley Michael, glass blower, house 109 Tremont 
11 



162 CAMBRIDGE [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 

Finn James, marble worker, 80 Main, house at Boston 

Finn James, jr., marble worker, 80 Main, house at Boston 

Finn John, laborer, house 108 Kinnaird 

Finnegan Catherine Miss, house 192 Norfolk 

Finnegan Hannah, widow of Patrick, house 231 Franklin 

Finnegan Hugh, blacksmith, house 192 Norfolk 

Finnegan Jeremiah, cold iron worker, boards 192 Norfolk 

Finnegan Margaret Mrs., house 243 Broadway 

Finneran Michael, soap maker, house 6 Valentine 

Finnerty John, house 53 Charles 

Finnerty Thomas, coachman, 400 Broadway, h. 6 Antrim 

Finney James, brass finisher, house 391 Main 

Finnick Joseph, teamster, house Garden court 

Finnick Richard, horse dealer, h. 16 Lopez 

Finnigan Daniel F., blacksmith, boards 427 Cambridge 

Finnigan John, house 427 Cambridge 

Finucen John, cabinet maker, house 123 Fourth 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CAMBRIDGE, Benj. 

Tilton, president, Main, corner Prospect 
Fischer Ferdinand, currier, Tannery, house 380 North av. 
Fischer George, currier, boards Tannery, 5th on left 
Fischer Lawrence, currier, house Tannery, 2d on right 
Fish Albert F., molder, boards 2 Summer 
Fish Charles C. R., tutor (Iustitute Technology, Boyls- 
ton, B.), boards 44 Cottage [24 North av. 

Fish Frederick P., law student (54 Devonshire, B.), bds. 
Fish Mary H. Mrs., house 2 Summer 

Fish Moses W., com. mer. (New York), house 44 Cottage 
Fish William R., civil engiueer (171 Devonshire, B.), 

boards 44 Cottage 
Fisher Albert F., house 130 Winsor 
Fisher Charles C, law student FT. U., boards 10 Mason 
Fisher Charles F., milkman, house 34 Magazine 
Fisher Charles R., gardener, house 2 Elmer 
Fisher George, director Cambridge Conservatory of Mu- 
sic, 4 Lee, house 721 Main 
Fisher George C, student H. IT., bonrds 6 Appian-way 
Fisher Jennie Mrs., dress maker, 130 Winsor, house do. 
Fisher Joseph, brass finisher, house 18 Jay 
Fisher Lewis E., clerk FVesh Pond Hotel, boards do. 
Fisher Prince A., house 518 Main 
Fisher W T illiam G., jr., proprietor Fresh Pond Hotel, 

Fresh Pond lane, house do. 
Fisher Williamson, law student H. XL, rooms 26 Holyoke 
Fisk Horace M., boards Prospect House [Quincy 

Fisk James C, treasurer (19 Exchange place, B.), h. 32 
Fisk Wilbur, printer University Press, rooms 25 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Fiske Amos K., assistant editor Boston Daily Globe (238 
Washington, B.), house 353 Harvard 



CAMBRIDGE [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 163 

Fiske Andrew, law student H. U., rooms 52 Brattle 
Fiske Charles A., house 9 Clinton 

Fiske Frederick A. P., student H. U., rooms 8 Holyoke 
Fiske Hannah, widow of James, house rear 112 Columbia 
Fiske John, author and asst. librarian H. U., h. 22 Berkeley 
Fiske John M.., first deputy collector (Custom House, B.), 

house 139 Oxford 
Fiske Susan Miss, house 25 Suffolk 
Fitch Amasa, cooperage stock, house 76 Sixth 
Fitch Myra Miss, dress maker, house 8 Allen 
Fitcham Edwin A., house 23 Walden 
Fitchner Andrew, baker, house 94 Spring 
Fitton James, clerk F. R. R. depot (B.), house 74 Otis 
Fitton John, regulator M. & H. Organ Co., house at 

West Somerville 
Fitz Daniel F., counselor (41 Tremont, B.), h. 69 Oxford 
Fitz Franklin, ship broker 111 Commercial, B.), house 

152 Austin, corner Inman [Hamilton 

Fitz Philip, ship broker, (111 Commercial, B.), h. 28 
Fitz Reginald Heber, assistant professor of pathological 

anatomy H. U., house at Boston 
Fitzgerald Annie, widow of Maurice, h. r. 411 Cambridge 
Fitzgerald Edward, laborer, house 19 Third 
Fitzgerald George W., painter, boards 74 Sixth 
Fitzgerald Honora, widow of Maurice, house rear 42^ 

Washington 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, house 3 Nichols place 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, house 113 Third 
Fitzgerald James, house painter, house 74 Sixth 
Fitzgerald, James H., pressman J. Wilson & Son, boards 

21 Lopez 
Fitzgerald John, iron molder, house 46 Washington 
Fitzgerald John, fisherman, house 86 Third 
Fitzgerald John, laborer, h. 189 Spruce, below brick yard 
Fitzgerald John W., laborer, h. 140 Dublin next F. R. R. 
Fitzgerald Margaret, widow of John, house 13 Second 
Fitzgerald Mary Mrs., house 26 Sparks street place 
Fitzgerald Mary A., dressmaker, 123 Elm, house do. 
Fitzgerald Michael, blacksmith, house 8 Emmons 
Fitzgerald Michael, carpenter, house 172 Third 
Fitzgerald Michael, varnisher W. L. Lockhart, house at 

Boston 
Fitzgerald Patrick, gardener, house 7 Donnell 
Fitzgerald Patrick, stone cutter, house 116 Dublin 
Fitzgerald Patrick, laborer, house 92 Third 
Fitzgerald Richard, house 21 Lopez 
Fitzgerald Richard A., tea peddler, house iL Lopez 
Fitzgerald Thomas F., upholsterer, 54 Cambridge, house 

13 Second 



164 CAMBRIDGE [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 

Fitzgibbon John, blacksmith's helper, h. 269 Cambridge 
Fitzmaurice John, laborer, house 23 Bay 
Fitzmaurice Michael, gardener, house 19 Fairmont 
Fitzmaurice Thomas, junk dealer, house 98 Thirtl 
Fitzpatrick Alfred (Fitzpatrick & Furfey), planing and 

molding, Western av., near the bridge, h. 56 Pearl 
Fitzpatrick Dennis W., tailor, 454 Cambridge, h. 186 

Hampshire 
Fitzpatrick Edward, laborer, house 192 Columbia 
Fitzpatrick Frank, provisions, 2 Gore, house 8 do. 
Fitzpatrick James, laborer, house rear 411 Cambridge 
Fitzpatrick James, mason, house 107 Gore 
Fitzpatrick James, provisions, 2 Gore, bds. 80 Otis 
Fitzpatrick James T., house 85 Wendell 
Fitzpatrick Michael, teamster, house 19 Erie 
Fitzpatrick Patrick, laborer, house 4 Pioneer avenue 
Fitzpatrick Patrick W., brush maker, boards 80 Otis 
Fitzpatrick William H., police, station 1, h. 38 Winthrop 
FITZPATRICK & FURFEY (Alfred Fitzpatrick and 

Hugh P. Furfey), planing mill, Western avenue, 

near the bridge * [Belmont 

Fitzsimmons Andrew, rope maker, bds. Dennis Cowan's, 
Fitzsimmons Ann Miss, house 25 Bow 
Fitzsimmons John, laborer, house 203 Franklin 
Fitzsimmons John, glass packer, house 115 Elm 
Fiumarea Charles, hair dresser, boards 21 Essex 
Fix Augustus W., wood carver, house 12 Winter 
Flack Mathias, baker, h. 5 Shepherd's blk., Charles River 
Flagg John P., com. mer. (49 Federal, B.), h. 18 Fayette 
Flagg John P., jr., woolens (56 Franklin, B.), b. 18 Fayette 
Flagg John S., master High school (Watertown), and 

lawyer, 904)^ Main, house do. 
Flagg Joshua G., student H. U., rooms 35 Thayer hall 
Flagg Wilson, house 10 Concord avenue 
Flagg, see Flaig 

Flaherty Hannah, widow of James, house 32 Vine 
Flaherty James, weaver, boards 32 Vine 
Flaherty John, stone cutter, house rear 120 Third 
Flaherty Lizzie Miss, boards 94 Fifth 
Flaherty Martin, stone cutter, house 7 Otter 
Flaherty Michael, painter, house 33 Charles River 
Flaherty Patrick, blacksmith, boards 32 Vine 
Flaig Simon, watches, clocks and jewelry, 120 Cambridge, 

house 167 do. 
Flaig, see Flagg 

Flanagan Ann, widow of Thomas, house 11 Tuttle 
Flanagan John # gardener, 15 Oxford, h. 2 Nichols place 
Flanagan John, house 228 Franklin [Franklin 

Flanagan John, book binder Riverside Press, house 257 






CAMBRIDGE [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 165 

Flanagan Lewis C, pharmacist, Henderson's block, 222 

North av., h. at Somerville [h. 154 do. 

Flanagan Mary Ann, wid. of Matthew, grocer, 152 Third, 
Flanagan Michael, junk, house 106 Harvard 
Flanagan Patrick, boiler maker, house Ninth, cor. Otis 
Flanders Addie E. Miss, teacher (Arlington), bds. 320 

North avenue 
Flanders Edmund G., carpenter, h. 4 Westford, n. Walden 
Flanders Moses G., driver U. R. Co., house 320 North av. 
Flantfers William H., salesman (27 Winter, B.), house 28 

Hancock 
Flannery Bridget, widow, house rear 51 Vine 
Fleet Benjamin R., piano action maker, 139 Broadway, 

house 129 Columbia 
Fleet William, piano action maker, house 240 Broadway 
Fleming Alfred, boards 179}£ Harvard 
Fleming Henry, foreman of reed makers M. & H. O. Co., 

house at Newton 
Fleming James J., molder, house 130 Harvard 
Fleming John, laborer, house 159 Winsor 
Fleming Joseph, laborer, house 10 Rogers block, Main 
Fleming Moses, teamster, house 120 Winsor 
Fleming Patrick, porter Prospect house, 598 Main, b. do. 
Fleming, see Flernming [Auburn 

Flemming Geo. NT, pressman University Press, h. 7 Mt. 
Flernming Mary C. Mrs., hair dresser, 12 Mt. Auburn, h. do 
Flemming Mary J., widow, house Beacon, cor. Oxford 
Flemming Thomas, carpenter, house Ninth, cor. Otis 
Flemming, see Fleming [b. 26 Brattle 

Fletcher Grace W., teacher Thorndike grammar school, 
Fletcher Joel W., house 5 Norfolk 
Fletcher John B., ladder maker, house 96 In man 
Fletcher John D., car inspector, house 102 Thorndike 
Fletcher Mary C. Miss, house 38 North avenue 
Fletcher Ruel H., master Thorndike grammar school, h. 

144 Cambridge 
Fletcher Walter W., mechanic, house 16M Mill 
Fletcher Wm. K., homoeopathic physician, 233 North av., 

house do. 
Flinn Arthur M., clerk (24 Summer, B.), b. 119 Magazine 
Flinn Edmund, jr., painter, 600 Main, house 119 Magazine 
Flinn Rufus H., provisions, 59 River, house 66 Fairmont 
Flint Clarissa, widow of Edmund, houSe r. 101 Cambridge 
Flint Francis, importer of tea (32 Broad, B.), h. 8 Chauncy 
Flood Frank, peddler, house 26 Union 
Flood John, house 11 Putnam place 
Flood Patrick, mason, house 11 Putnam piece 
Flowers William C, physician, 27 Austin, house do. 
Floyd Baruch C, turnkey of jail, Thorndike, c. Third, h. do. 



166 CAMBRIDGE [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 

Floyd Henry B., teamster, house 143 Gore 

Flynn Bartholomew, coachman, 299 Harvard, h. 35 West 

Flynn Bernard, laborer, house 35 Donnell 

Flynn Daniel C, marble cutter, boards 35 Donnell 

Flynn Francis/cooper, boards 56 Second 

Flynn Frank, potter, boards 35 Donnell 

Flynn James, laborer, house 13 Carson 

Flynn John, cooper, house rear 9 Second 

Flynn John, teamster, boards Mansion house, Gore 

Flynn John D., tailor, house 126 Pearl 

Flynn Julia, widow, house 17 Harvard 

Flynn Patrick, cooper, house 154 Prospect 

Flynn Patrick, slater, house 58 Charles 

Flynn Thomas, teamster, house 381 North avenue 

Flynn Thomas, trunk maker, house 7 Decatur 

Flynn Thomas, laborer, house 91 Harvard [Orchard 

Fobes Daniel, Wells Mnfg. Co.(35 Sudbury, B.), house 11 

Fobes Edward, hair dresser, Savings Bank building, 173 

North av., h. Mt. Pleasant 
Fobes Edwin F., clerk (96 Sudbury, B.), bds. 11 Orchard 
Fobes Henry A., com. mer., house 119 Oxford, n. Harris 
Fogelberg Carl, organ builder 624 Main, house 29 Prince 
Fogerty Ann, widow of John, house 90 Spring [bridge 
Fogerty George, draughtsman 603 Main, boards 392 Cam- 
Fogerty James, architect 603 Main, house 392 Cambridge 
Fogg Charles H., draughtsman, boards 6 Sixth [Gore 

Fogg Ebenezer, carpenter Revere Sugar Refinery, h. 90 
Fogg Edwin, machinist, house 6 Sixth [Coggswell av. 
Fogg Frank W., bookkeeper (23 Bowker, B.), house 34 
Fogg Hiram E., regulator M. & H. Organ Co., house 233 

Broadway, room 2 [40 Arlington 

Fogg George H., lumber dealer(170 Border, E. B.), house 
Fogg Rebecca, widow of Jessie, house 68 Mt. Auburn 
Fogg see Forg 

Foley Bartholomew, laborer, house rear 55 Amory 
Foley Benj., F., book binder, boards 13 Charles River 
Foley Catherine, widow of Thomas, house 2 Vine 
Foley Daniel J., laborer, boards 150 Spruce 
Foley Dennis, bookbinder University Press and sexton 

St. Paul's church, house Banks, near Flagg 
Foley John, laborer, house 15 Sparks 
Foley John, laborer, house 2 Linnehan's blk., Third 
Foley John G., prirfter (31 State, B.), house 83 Wendell 
Foley John J., carpenter, house 150 Spruce 
Foley Mary, widow of John M., house 160 Dublin 
Foley Mary Mrs., house rear 19 Gore 
Foley Michael, machinist, boards 61 Vine 
Foley Michael, laborer, house Foster, cor. Willard court 
Foley Michael, laborer, house Foster, cor. Sparks 



CAMBRIDGE [F] DIRECTORY. 167 

Foley Peter G., straw dresser, house 494 Cambridge 
Foley Thomas, brushmaker, house 61 Vine 
Foley Thomas, laborer, house rear 125 Third [Vine 

Foley Thomas H., glass engraver N. E. Glass Co., bds. 2 
Folger Geo. H., insurance adjuster (56 State, B.), house 

139 Austin 
Folger G. Howland, stenographer, boards 139 Austin 
Folk Jane, widow of Jeremiah, house 23 Brewery 
Follen John, laborer, house 27 Vine 
Follen Michael, laborer, house rear 36 Harvard 
Follen Patrick, teamster, house Jackson, near Harvey 
Follen Patrick, laborer, house Lamson's block, Tremont 
Follen Thomas, laborer, house 6% Grant 
Follen Thomas, laborer, house 67 Amory 
Follen William, laborer, house 189 Broadway 
Follensbee Benjamin A., organ maker, h. 100 Columbia 
Follins John, machinist 368 Main, house at Charlestown 
Follins William, machinist 368 Main, h. at Charlestown 
Folsom Charles, house 8 Tufts 
Folsom Charles Mrs., house 19 Berkeley 
Folsom Charles D., clerk(524 Washington, B.), h. 113 Otis 
Folsom Charles E., bookkeeper (117 Devonshire, B.), 

boards 112 Otis 
Folsom Charles W., civil engineer, house 19 Berkeley 
Folsom Dudley, stone contractor, house 14 Pleasant place 
Folsom James M., salesman (71 Summer, B.), house 39 

Pleasant 
Folsom Laura E., widow of John T., house 290 Harvard 
Folsom Mark J., truant officer ward 4, h. 32 Warland 
Folsom Samuel H, assistant Register of Probate, Court 

House, house at Winchester 
Folsom William H., student H. U., rooms 4 Stoughton hall 
Fonseca David, cigar maker, boards 114 Auburn 
Fonseca Phineas, cigar maker, house 1 Rollins court 
Foote George L., banker (2 Congress square, B.), house 

352 Harvard 
Foote Josephine B. Mrs., house 8 Sacramento 
Foote Luther Mrs., house 352 Harvard 
Foran Nicholas, laborer, house Garden court, next.Dublin 
Foran Patrick, laborer, house 2 Spring place 
Forbes Andrew J., nickel plater (South Windsor, Conn.), 

house 103 Otis 
Forbes Frank A., painter, boards 30 Fairmont 
Forbes Henry D., bookkeeper, (3 Merchants row, B.), 

house 315 Broadway 
Forbes John P., student H. U., boards 6 Sumner 
Forbes Thomas, house 17 Valentine 
Ford Austin (Blessington Granite Co.), granite, 29 Main, 

house 4 Roger's blk., Main 



68 CAMBRIDGE [f] DIRECTORY. 

Ford Calvin, collector, house 76 Green [Green 

Ford Charles R., clerk Cambridge Savings Bank, house '59 

Ford Daniel, switchman B. L. & N. R. R., house 3 Short 

Ford George, waiter Memorial hall 

Ford George R., printer J. Ford & Son,bds. 29 Hamilton 

Ford Hugh A., laborer, house 245 Mount Auburn 

Ford Jeremiah, gate tender B. L. & N. R. R., Prison 

Point bridge, house 44 North 
Ford Jeremiah D., painter, 54 Cambridge, h. 1 Spring pi. 
Ford John, laborer, house 50 Amory 
Ford John, laborer, h. 23 Hayes ct. [Magazine 

Ford John (John Ford & Son), printer, 1 Dunster, h. 78 
FORD JOHN & SON (John and John H. Ford), prin- 
ters, 1 Dunster, cor. Harvard sq. [36 Erie 
Ford John H. (John Ford & Son), printer, 1 Dunster, h. 
Ford John J., laborer, house 128 Webster avenue 
Ford John J., plasterer, house rear 16 Winter 
Ford John M., clerk (Allston), house 88 Pleasant 
Ford Mary, widow of Thomas, house 17 Sparks 
Ford Mary A., widow of Howard J., house 29 Hamilton 
Ford Michael, laborer, house 148 Bridge 
Ford Moses, stone cutter, house 17 Sparks 
Ford Patrick W., architect (9 School, B.), rooms 143 
Thorndike [271 Broadway 
Ford William H., bookkeeper (26 Central, B.), house 
Forg Albert, carver F. Geldowsky, boards 51 Third 
Forg Herman, clerk F. Geldowsky, house 109 Otis 
Forg Peter, superintendent Geldowsky's furniture manu- 
factory, house 51 Third 
Forg, see Fogg [at Newton 
Forknall Reuben, wood worker M. & H. Organ Co., house 
Forrest James, painter, Palmer, n. Church, h. 37 Banks 
Forrest Lawrence, painter, 2 Flagg, house do. 
ForrestJiMichael, baker, house 6 Lopez 
Forrest Robert, painter, Banks, n. Mt. Auburn, h. 8 Banks 
Forristall Joseph, express (127 Congress, B.), house 23 

Prospect 
Forsyth James, laborer, house 28 Winsor 
Forsyth James, jr., cooper, house 28 Winsor 
Forsyth Joseph, laborer, house 6 Cowperthwaite 
Forsyth William John, teamster, house 101 Webster av. 
Fortune William, laborer, house 96 Harvard 
Fosdick William B., house 44 William 
Foss Benjamin D., carpenter, house 17 Austin 
Foss Geo. A., compositor University Press, h. 27 Wendell 
Foss George W. W., clerk, house 71 School 
Foss James H., morocco dresser, house 97 River 
Foss Joseph, engineer G. G. Page & Co., boards 2 Rogers 
block, Washington [cor. Cherry 

Foss William H., driver hose carriage, steamer 2, h. Main, 



CAMBRIDGE [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 169 

Foster Albert J., express driver (B.), boards 136 Spring 
Foster Andrew, porter (1 17 Devonshire, B.), h. 44 Treraont 
Foster Catherine B. Miss, house 7 Kirkland 
Foster Charles C, student H. XL, boards 140 Brattle 
Foster Charles E., printer, boards 1 Union 
Foster Charles H., clerk, 13 Harvard row, h. at Somerville 
Foster Charles H. W., student H. U., rooms 18 Gray's hall 
Foster Charles W., drug clerk, 222 'No. av., b. at Somerville 
Foster Eben B., clerk (87 State, B.), h. 340 Broadway 
Foster Eben B. Mrs., house 340 Broadway- 
Foster Edward, laborer, house rear 19 Brewery 
Foster Elizabeth J., widow of Charles, house 47 Winsor 
Foster Francis C, counselor (33 School, B.), h. 15 Oxford 
Foster Frank M., teamster Geo. F. Farwell, b. 40 Holyoke 
Foster Henry, book binder (31 Hawley, B.), h. 92 Gore 
Foster Hiram T., book binder (103 Court, B.), house 

Vine, corner Sixth 
Foster Hiram T., jr., book binder (103 Court, B.), boards 

Hiram T. Foster's, Vine 
Foster Isabel Miss, copyist H. U. library, house H. U. 

botanical garden, Raymond 
Foster Isabella, widow of Robert, h. rear 65 Mt. Auburn 
Foster Isadore I. Miss, teacher (Belmont), house H. U. 

botanical garden, Raymond 
Foster James, gardener, house 18 East 
Foster John, clerk, 502 Main, boards 44 Tremont 
Foster Joseph, laborer, house 9 Cowperthwaite 
Foster Leonard, student II. IL, boards 15 Oxford 
Foster Margaret E. Mrs., house H. U. botanical garden 

Raymond 
Foster Mary, widow, house 44 Tremont 
Foster Robert H., conductor B. & L. R. R., h. 26 East 
Foster Russell, law student H. IL, rooms 404 Harvard 
Foster William, carpenter, house 15 Charles River 
Fouquet Peter, upholsterer (96 Washington, B.), house 

rear 144 Thorndike 
Foundation Thomas, stone cutter, house 124 Green 
Fountain Alfred, carriage smith, boards 10 Broadway 
Fountain George W., carriage smith, boards 391 Main 
Fowler Harold N., student H. IT., rooms 6 Hollis hall 
Fowler Helen M., dressmaker, 8 Harvard sq., h. 3 James 
Fowler John, mason, boards 12 Kinnaird 
Fowler Oscar W., fly finisher M. & H. O. Co., house at 

Medford 
Fowler Stephen D., bookbinder, h. 286 Broadway 
Fowles Augustus L., confectioner, 503 Main, h. 4-J- Essex 
Fox Bridget, widow, house 14 Front 
Fox Charles S., clerk, 72 River, bds. 1 Magazine 
Fox Edward B., clerk, 10 Harvard row, and 3 Holyoke 

house, bds. 56 Mt. Auburn 



170 CAMBRIDGE [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 

Fox Edward P., printer Riverside Press, h. 1 Magazine ct. 
Fox George J., harness maker, 160 North av.,h. 3 Orchard 
FOX JABEZ, lawyer (5 Tremont, room 7, B.), house 4 

Mt. Auburn 
Fox James (Thomas, jr., and James Fox), harness maker, 

105 Bridge, bds. rear 55 Charles 
Fox James A., house 820 Main 

Fox John F., harness maker, 105 Bridge, b. r. 55 Charles 
Fox John F., baker, boards 160 Harvard 
Fox John L., salesman (40 Clinton, B.), h. 408 Main 
Fox Joseph, gardener and jobbing contractor, Mt. Auburn 

cemetery, h. 14 Lowell 
Fox Michael, glass maker, boards rear 55 Charles 
Fox Robert L. B., harness maker, 4 Brattle, house 56 Mt. 

Auburn 
Fox Sarah A., widow of Henry H., h. 4 Mt. Auburn 
Fox Sarah W. Miss, teacher High school, Somerville, 

bds. 4 Mt. Auburn 
Fox Thomas, house rear 55 Charles 
Fox Thomas, jr. (Thomas, jr., and James Fox), harness 

maker, 105 Bridge, bds. rear 55 Charles 
Fox Thomas, jr., and James (Thomas, jr., and James 

Fox), harness makers, 105 Bridge 
Foxcroft Francis A. Rev., house 17 Arlington 
Foxcroft Frank, assistant editor Boston Journal (262 

Washington, B.), house Avon hill 
Foye Mary, widow of Nicholas, h. 434 Harvard 
Foye Nathaniel W., wood worker, house 16 Jay 
Foyt Margaret E. Mrs., house 78 Vine 
Francis Abby B. Miss, house 21 North avenue 
Francis Autoine, laborer, house 35 Vine 
Francis Eben, clergyman, house 43 Kirkland 
Francis Ebenezer, house 43 Kirkland [mond 

Francis Ellen M., widow of Geo. C, h. Oxford, cor. Ham- 
Francis George E., coachman, 904 Main, h. 18 Mill 
Francis William, cabinet maker, 556 Main, b. 93 Auburn 
Francoe Stanislas, painter, house Railroad, cor. Dublin 
Frank Charles, ivory carver, h. 33 Harvey, n. Clayv 
Frankenstein George, clerk, 398 Cambridge, bds. do. 
Frankenstein Isidor, clothing and dry goods, 398 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Frary Leroy S., dry and fancy goods, 637 Main, b. 686 do. 
Fraser James, coffin maker, 203 Bridge, h. at Boston 
Fraser Wflliam, clerk (91 Atlantic av., B.), h. r. 45 Winter 
Frasier Daniel E. (Frasier & Smith), piano hammer cov- 

erer, 555 Main, house 40 Cherry 
Frasier & Smith (Daniel E. Frasier and Alpheus K. 

Smith), piano hammer coverers, 555 Main 
Frates Frank, house 96 Third 



CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 171 

Frates Joseph, sand paperer, house 105 Fourth 

Frates Joseph, watchman F. Geldowskv, h. 95 Third 

Frawley Michael, laborer, house 174 Franklin 

Frazier George, house 119 Thorndike 

Frazier, see Frasier, also Fraser 

Frederickson Thomas W., clerk Boston & Maine R. R. 

(Boston office), bds. 63 Inman 
Freeland William, student H. U., rms. 22 College house 
Freeman x<Vndrew G., clerk, 178 Harvard, b. 10 Tremont 
Freeman Arsene, cabinet maker, house 57 Winter 
Freeman Bartlett B., painter, house rear 3 Green 
Freeman David, hairdresser, boards 52 Spruce 
Freeman D. Allen, salesman, boards 28 Prospect 
Freeman Ellen M. Miss, house 4 Holyoke 
Freeman Eunice M. Miss, house 72 Washington 
Freeman Hannah, widow, h ouse 10 Perry [ville 

Freeman H. Wilson, clerk, 114 Cambridge, bds. at Somer- 
Freeman Jesse H., fish (114 F. H. Market, B.), h. 25 Pine 
Freeman John M., clerk (518 Washington, B.), h. 12 Creek 
Freeman Thomas N., grocer, 178 Harvard, h. 10 Tremont 
Freeman William, carpenter, house 28 Prospect 
Freenan John S., proof reader Traveler (31 State, B.), 

house 2 Marvin place 
Freeth Annie, widow of Wm. J., h. 5 Riverside place 
French Charles A., boarding-house, 15 Farwell place 
French Estelle J., teacher Gannett primary school, boards 

163 Prospect 
French F. P., conductor U. R. Co., rooms 1 Dover 
French George E., news dealer, 588 and 625 Main, house 

578 Main 
French George E., boards 97 Norfolk 
French George L., restaurant (5 Water, B.), h. 97 Norfolk 
French Henry G., student H. U., rooms 35 Weld hall 
French James M., machinist, h. 163 Prospect,n. Cambridge 
French Lizzie, copyist, Court House, Third, b. at' Boston 
French Mary F. Q., widow, house 1 DeWolf avenue 
French Nat. L., engineer B. L. & N. R. R., h. 76 Spring 
French Oren B., carpenter, Palmer, house 30 Mellen 
French Walter H. M., agent for condensed milk, boards 

163 Prospect, near Cambridge 
French William A. (Cal.), house 49 Trowbridge 
Frendenberg Charles G., col. U. S. Array, h. 336 Harvard 
Frenning Henry B., clerk 183 Harvard, boards 17 State 
Fresh Pond Hotel, Fresh Pond lane 
Friel Patrick, cooper, house rear 36 Harvard 
Friend Samuel, variety store, 41 Reed, house do. 
Friend William, bill poster, house 196 North avenue 
Frier Adolphus S., hardware (83 Cambridge, B.)„ house 

41 Pleasant [Thorndike 

Fritsche Carl, decorator N. E. Glass Co., rooms 139 



172 CAMBRIDGE [f] DIRECTORY. 

Fross William, waiter Memorial hall 

Frost Allston E., conductor U. R. Co., house Cambridge, 

corner Ellsworth avenue 
Frost Clarence B., clerk (B.), house 115 Green 
Frost Edmund, house 126 Oxford 

Frost Edward W., locksmith (B.), bds. 34 Coggeswell av. 
Frost Eunice, widow of Nathaniel, house 2 Charles River 
Frost George, foreman (42 Cornhill, B.), h 39 Orchard 
Frost George A., artist, house 39 Orchard 
Frost Isaac, provisions, 471 Main, house do. 
Frost James M., carpenter, house Hubbard avenue 
Frost Samuel G., fruit broker (9 Broad, B.), house Harris, 

near Frost 
Frost William, contractor, house 132 North avenue 
Frothingham Amos T., cashier Tremont National Bank 

(41 State, B.), house 338 Harvard 
Frothingham Henry K., cashier Mass. National Bank (60 

Congress, B.), house 55 Hancock 
Fry Richard Lawrence, prop. "Fry's Star Rheumatic Lin- 
iment," 452 Cambridge, h. do. 
Frye Clara E. Miss, house 27 Hancock 
Frye Edward H., bookbinder, house 27 Warland 
Frye James E. (J. E. Frye & Son), provisions, Harvard, 

cor. Moore, h. 142 Harvard 
Frye James K. P., laborer, house 103 Tremont 
Frye John W. (J. E. Frye & Son), provisions, Harvard, 
cor. Moore, bds. 142 Harvard [son 

Frye Joseph E., bookkeeper (59 Broad, B.), h. 14 Harri- 
Frye J. E. & Son (James E. and John W. Frye), provis- 
ions, Harvard, cor. "Moore 
Frye Lydia A., widow of Samuel M., house 14 Harrison 
Frye Samuel B., laborer, house 451 Cambridge 
Frye Weston, varnisher M. & H. O. Co., b. 179K Harvard 
Fullam Patrick, laborer, house 364 Cambridge, opposite 

Distfllhouse 
Fuller Addie R., widow of Richard F., house 13 Hilliard 
Fuller Arthur O., boards 13 Hilliard 
Fuller Benedict, furniture polisher, house 112 Spring 
Fuller Charles L., clerk (62 State, B.), house 19 Forest 
Fuller Chester H., paper hanger, boards 15 State 
Fuller Cyrus B., clerk 71 Main, house at Boston 
Fuller Edwin H., bookkeeper (144 So. Market, B.), house 

498 Cambridge 
Fuller Elias J., house 498 Cambridge 
Fuller Elizabeth L. Mrs., house 233 North avenue 
Fuller Emma L., widow of Rev. Arthur B., h. 13 Hilliard 
Fuller Eugene, student H. U., rooms 13 Hilliard 
Fuller F. E., printer J. Wilson & Son, rooms 21 Baldwin 
Fuller Geo. C. W. (G. C. W. Fuller & Co.), clothing and 
gents' furnishing goods, 561 Main, house 101 Austin 



CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 173 

Fuller Geo. C. W., jr., clerk 561 Main, boards 101 Austin 
Fuller Geo. S., engineer U. R. Co. repair shop, Dunster, 

house rear 81 Oxford 
Fuller G. C. W. & Co. (George C. W. Fuller), clothing 

and gents' furnishing goods, 561 Main 
Fuller James H. (Fuller & Watriss), hardware, etc., 605 

Main, house 22 Innian [h. 36 Cottage 

Fuller Luther, butter and eggs (10 Union Market, B.), 
Fuller Lyman I., provisions, 515 Main, h. 14 Worcester 
Fuller Robert O., iron and steel (110 North, B.), house 

Harvard, cor. Prospect 
Fuller Samuel D., provisions, 430 Broadway, h. 65 Ellery 
Fuller Sarali Mrs., house 111 Austin 
Fuller Simeon H., salesman (202 Devonshire, B.), house, 

Cambridge, opp. Highland avenue 
Fuller William H., paper hanger,. house 15 State 
FULLER & WATRISS (James H. Fuller and A. Whit- 
ing Watriss), hardware, furnaces, ranges, stoves, etc., 

605 Main 
Fullerton Ellen, widow of Alexander, house 13 Hancock 
Fullum Edgar L., stone cutter, house 82 Green 
Fullum N". J. Mrs., widow, house 82 Green 
Fulton John, painter, 408 Main, house 9 Holley 
Fulton John A., house 20 Winthrop 
Furbush Elias, furniture, etc., 94 Harvard, h. 96 do. 
Furbush Fred. B., carpenter, house 7 Chapman place 
Furbush Joseph H, carpenter, house 34 Ash 
Furbush Sarah, widow, house 12 Douglass 
Furfey Hugh, mat maker, house 12 Somerset 
Furfey Hugh P. (Fitzpatrick& Furfey), planing mill, tfcc, 

boards 118 Brookline 
Furfey James, matmaker, Brookline, n. Erie, h. 118 do. 
Furfey James A., matmaker, boards 118 Brookline 
Furfey James H., matmaker, boards 12 Somerset 
Furfey Michael, matmaker, house rear 122 Brookline 
Furlong Isaac A., salesman (No. Market, B.), h. 95 Inman 
Furlong Stephen C, broom maker, house 110 Prospect 
Furness Hannah K., widow of William EL, house 4 Arrow 

GAFFEY JOHN, teamster, house 129 Bridge 

Gaffey Thomas, boards 129 Bridge [Bridge 

Gaffney Anthony, coffin polisher, 203 Cambridge, h. 214 

Gaffney Thomas, molder, house 88 Fifth 

Gaffney William H., clerk, 215 North avenue, bds. 212 do. 

Gafney Elizabeth, widow of Johu, grocer, 7 Grant, h. do. 

Gage Abby R. Mrs., boards 37 Chauncy 

Gage George E., carpenter, house 9 Perry 

Gage George G., carpenter, house 9 Perry 

Gage George W., teamster, house 341 Main 



174 CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 

Gage J. Arthur, student H. U., rooms 18 Stoughton hall 

Gage Mary Miss, nurse, boards 204 Harvard 

Gage Milton (Gage & Bent), furniture, 200 North avenue, 

north of Beech, house 36 Orchard 
Gage & Bent (Milton Gage and John H. Bent), furniture, 

200 North avenue, north of Beech [Winter 

Gahm John, foreman varnisher Doe & Hunnewell, h. 46 
Gaines Major, laborer, house rear 48 Hastings 
Galarneau Charles J., clerk, house 116 Webster avenue 
Galbraith James, teamster, house rear 49 Hampshire 
Gale Charles, wood worker M. & H. Organ Co., boards 

22 Lopez 
Gale Cicero C, salesman, house 63 In man 
GALE GEORGE T., pres. Nat'l City Bank, 553 Main, 

house 14 Clinton 
Gale George W. (Gale & Wood), lumber, 69 Main, West 

Boston bridge, house 330 Harvard 
Gale Hezekiah C, teamster, house 29 Chauncy 
Gale Justin E., principal Young Ladies school, 17 Berke- 
ley, boards 25 Kirkland 
Gale Priscilla, widow of Thomas, house 22 Lopez 
Gale William G., printer J. Wilson & Son, house rear 13 

Charles River 
GALE & WOOD (George W. Gale and Wm. H. Wood), 

lumber, West Boston bridge, 69 Main 
Galencia Minnie Mrs., house 15 Ellsworth avenue 
Gallagher Frank, laborer, house 123 Webster avenue 
Gallagher Henry J., machinist B. & M. R. R., b. 88 Gore 
Gallagher Hugh, baker, 385 Cambridge, h. 187 Hampshire 
Gallagher Hugh J., laborer, house 30 Gore 
Gallagher James H., sail maker (1 Commercial whf., B.), 

house 19 Third [Prospect 

Gallagher James Q., blacksmith, 429 Cambridge, bds. 160 
Gallagher Jane C. Mrs., house 88 Gore 
Gallagher John, brick layer, house rear 121 Pleasant 
Gallagher John, stone cutter, house 95 Fifth 
Gallagher John, tinsmith, house rear 189 Hampshire 
Gallagher Margaret, widow of James, h. 94 Webster av. 
Gallagher Margaret, widow of Thomas, h. 101 Webster av. 
Gallagher Mary, widow of Bernard, house 16 Vine 
Gallagher Mary, widow, house 4, rear 191 Hampshire 
Gallagher Michael, teamster, h. 4 Linnehan's block, Third 
Gallagher Michael, trunk maker, house 167 Broadway 
Gallagher Neal, produce peddler, house 115 Fourth 
Gallagher Owen, laborer, house 51 North 
Gallagher Owen J., book binder, house 25 Decatur 
Gallagher Patrick, laborer, house 88 Fifth 
Gallagher Samuel, iron molder, 368 Main, h. Berkshire pi. 
Gallagher Thomas, lather, house 101 Webster avenue 



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Gallagher Thomas, trunk maker, boards 165 Broadway- 
Gallagher William, laborer, house Murray, near Brighton 
Gallagher William J. (Gallagher & Triggs), 159 Cam- 

bridge, house 88 Gore 
Gallagher & Triggs (William J. Gallagher and Frank J. 
Triggs), periodicals, fancy goods, and circulating li- 
brary, 159 Cambridge 
Gallary William J., laborer, house reai? 11 Valentine 
Galletly James, brush maker, house 16>£ Mill 
Gallivan Crohane, provisions, house 76 Spruce 
Gallivan Edward, laborer, boards 168 Dublin 
Gallivan James, provision dealer, 36 Sparks, house do. 
Gallivan John, house 95 Spruce 
Gallivan Patrick, laborer, house 22 Sparks 
Galloupe Charles W., student H. U., rms. 55 Thayer hall 
Galvin Jeremiah, laborer, house Willow place 
Galvin John, laborer, house 6 Grant 
Galvin John, hostler, house 7 Willard court 
Galvin Michael, cooper, house 116 Brookline [line 

Galvin Philip J., pressman Riverside Press, h. 114 Brook- 
Galvin Richard, cooper, boards 116 Brookline 
Gal way William, laborer, house rear 11 Sparks 
Gandy Thomas, roller, house 35 Hampshire 
Ganley John, glass maker, house 95 Gore 
Gannett George S., boards 3 Dana 
Gannett John P., master manner, house 10 Frost 
Gannett John S., clerk Union Safe Deposit Vaults (40 
State, B.), house 10 Frost [Dana 

Gannett Thomas B., supt. Revere Sugar Refinery, bds. 3 
Gannett William Wyllys, bookkeeper (19 Broad, B.), h. 
10 Frost [Maiket, B.), h. 3 Dana 

Gannett William W., agricultural implements (49 North 
Gannett William W., jr., medical student H. XL, b. 3 Dana 
Gannon James H., varnisher, house Berkshire, cor. Berk- 
shire place 
Gannon John L., painter, boards 80 Elm 
Gannon Patrick, mason, house 80 Elm 
Gannon Peter James, mason, boards 80 Elm 
Gannon Peter Joseph, clerk, boards 84 Elm 
Gannon Thomas, laborer, house 93 Harvard 
Gannon Thomas, mason, house 84 Elm • 

Gano Sophia S. Mrs., house 697 Main 
Ganor Edward, driver, 203 Bridge, bds. 56 Second 
Garagan Almira L., widow of B. J., house 72 Fourth 
Gardham Jane, widow of John, house 6 Fifth 
Gardiner Charles J. Mrs., house 8 Forest 
Gardiner Frederick, student H. U., rooms 48 Weld hall 
Gardner Benjamin R., shoe laster (57 High, B.), house 
116 Gore [Sparks, h. n. do. 

Gardner Charles W., blacksmith, Mt. Auburn, nearly opp. 



176 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Gardner Clifford, student H. U., rooms 2 Weld hall 

Gardner Eben S., clerk, 207 Cambridge, h. at Charlestown 

Gardner Elizabeth, widow of David, house 97 Gore 

Gardner James, house 29 Gore 

Gardner Jethro, house 109 Otis 

Gardner John C, fireman B. & L. & N. R. R., h. 109 Otis 

Gardner John \V., baker, 207 Cambridge, and fancy goods, 

196 Cambridge, house do. 
Gardner Louisa M., widow of James, house 98 Columbia 
Gardner Mary Jackson Mrs., house 9 Dana 
Gardner Mary J. Mrs., boarding house, 410 Harvard 
Gardner Morris D., driver Relief wagon C. F. D., boards 

88 Auburn 
Gardner Peter, laborer, house 12 Warren 
Gardner Richard, laborer, house rear 90 Harvard 
Gardner Samuel B., cooper (212 High, B.), house 10 Lake 
Gardner William S. (25 Central whf., B.), boards 10 Lake 
Garfield Daniel L., milk dealer, h. Parker, n. Concord av. 
Garhaw Jane, widow, house Fifth [ington 

Garland Gilman B., painter, house 1 Roger's blk., Wash- 
Garland Henry, in Boston Rolling Mill, bds. 85 Clark 
Gar man S. W., asst. Museum Comparative Zoology, rms. 

Zoological hall, bds. 9 Norfolk 
Garrett William, clergyman, house 137 Webster av. 
Garrigan Lawrence, blacksmith, house 242 Franklin 
Garrison Frank J., clerk Riverside Press, h. at Roxbury 
Garrison George T.' (18 Matthews, B.), h. 96 Franklin 
Garrity James, building mover, house rear 49 Harvard 
Garrity John, teamster, A. Hubbard, house 10 Beaver 
Garrity Michael, laborer, house 124 Brookline 
Garrity Thomas E., janitor Harvard College Library, 

rooms Harvard hall 
Gartland John, laborer, house 10 Harding 
Garvey James, carriage painter, bds. 352 North av. 
Garvin Terrance, proprietor Mansion house, Gore, junc. 

of Bridge, h. do. [June. Cambridge 

Garvin Thomas, teamster, b. 4 Lech mere bldg., Bridge, 
Garvin William, ornamental carver, house 17 Hews 
Garvin William, laborer, house 103 Fourth 
Garvin William E., compositor, boards 17 Hews 
Gaskill Albert E., paper hanger, house 26^ River 
Gass Charles H., commission merchant (61 and 63 F. H. 

Market, B.), house 11 Roseland 
Gaston Win. A., student H. U., rooms 16 Holworthy hall 
Gatcomb Lincoln B., carpenter, boards 140 Spring 
Gatcomb Lucy, widow, house 140 Spring 
Gately James, laborer, house 19 Beaver 
Gately John, laborer, house rear 29 Harvard 
Gately Michael, furniture varnisher, house 123 Spring 



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Gately Peter, marble polisher, house 49 Araory 

Gately Thomas, laborer, house 105 Kinnaird 

Gates Sally, widow of Henry, house 23 William 

Gates Stephen F., mechanic, house 90 Auburn 

Gates William II., painter, house 23 William 

Gaughan John, case maker M. & H. Organ Co., house r. 

93 Sixth 
Gaughan Winifred, widow of Michael, house rear 93 Sixth 
Gaul Russell, porter, house 28 Harrison [h. do. 

Gaulrapp Frank, saloon and boarding house, 440 North av., 
Gault Benjamin F., house 99 Pleasant 
Gauthier Alexander, carpenter, house 6 Portland 
Gavin David, carpenter, house 28 Warren 
Gavin Edward, laborer, house Charles, cor. Fifth 
Gavin William, carver, house 17 Hews 
Gaw James, in American Tube Works (Somerville), house 

3 Stinson's court [h. 93 Green 

Gay Charles A., assistant city messenger, office City hall, 
Gay Edward D. F., salesman (20 Tremont row, B.), 

house 93 Auburn 
Gay Elizabeth, widow of William F., boards 5 Ellery 
Gay Franklin M., tuner M. & H. Organ Co., h. at Boston 
Gay Frederick L., student H. U., rooms 410 Harvard 
Gay George R., salesman (278 Devonshire, B.), house 295 

North avenue 
Gay Harriet A., widow of Joel W., h. 210 Putnam av. 
Gay Howard E., hairdresser, 431 Main, bds. 25 Sydney 
Gay Joseph, house 210 Putnam avenue 
Gay William, letter carrier Cambridge P. O., Harvard sq., 

house Sacramento place, 1st on left 
GAYLORD EDSON D., dentist (120 Tremont, B.), h. 

21 Worcester 
Gaytons Bernard, vegetable peddler, house 163 Spring 
Gaytons James, laborer, boards 163 Spring 
Gaytons John, silver plater, house 70 Spring 
Gaytons Patrick F., teamster Chaffee & Cummings, bds. 

163 Spring [h. 32 Park 

Gear Samuel W., foreman Dover Stamping Co., Pleasant, 
Geary John, salesman, house 31 Seventh 
Geary Joseph, laborer, house 32 Charles 
Geary Thomas, laborer, house 47 Cedar 
Geary William, currier, boards 47 Cedar 
Geddes Alice A. Miss, house 5 Pleasant 
Geddes James, student H. U., rooms 14 Hollis hall 
Gegan Francis J., cigar maker, house rear 27 Pine 
Gehard David, brass finisher, house 6 Conlon's court 
Geldowsky Ferdinand, furniture manufacturer, Otis, cor. 

First, house at Boston Highlands 
Genthner Gilmore, tinsmith, 57 Cambridge, h. 80 Fourth 
12 



178 CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 

Geoghegan Thomas, laborer, house 9 Porter 
George John, cook Memorial hall 

George Harvey, house 104 Otis [bridge 

George Mattie K., recorder Court House, boards 375 Cam- 
George Obadiah, house 375 Cambridge 
George Ruth D. Mrs., house 5 Suffolk 
Geringer Richard, cabinet maker and upholsterer, house 

259 Putnam avenue 
Germaine David, laborer, house 8 Eliot 
German Jane, widow, house 19 Brewery 
Gerrish Fred., locksmith, house 199 Norfolk 
Gerrish Mary A., widow of Samuel, house 104 Allston 
Gerrish Peter, upholsterer (175 Blackstone, B,), house 69 

Sixth 
Gerrish Woodbury, carver, house 83 Green 
Gerry Frederick A., provisions, North avenue, next Por- 
ter's station, house 89 North avenue 
Gerry James, cooper, house Bell court, near Allston 
Gerry John, laborer, house Sydney, corner Allston 
Gerry John W., horse shoer 9 Tenney, h. Elm, c. Tenney 
Gerry Patrick, laborer, house rear 30 North 
Gerry Warren A., bookkeeper Frederick A. Gerry, bds. 

89 North avenue 
Gerstlauer Catherine, widow, house 10 Fourth street place 
Gerstlauer Daniel, baker D. Liebert, h. Seventh, cor. Otis 
Gerstlauer Elizabeth F. Mrs., baker, Seventh, c. Otis, h. do. 
Gertz William H., house 9 Lawrence 
Gest Joseph H., student H. U., rooms Holworthy hall 
Getchell Addison C, printer, boards 61 Green 
Getchell Delia F., widow of Stephen J., h. 3 DeWolf 
Getchell Elihu B., confectionery, 29 Central square, house 

61 Green [bds. 68 Otis 

Getchell Eliza S. Miss, teacher Putnam grammar school, 
Getchell Waldo I., paper collar maker, 10 Arrow, house 

40 Holyoke 
Getz Thomas, cabinet maker (Charlesto wn), h. 73 Gore 
Geyer Andrew, apothecary, 88 Cambridge and 34 Third, 

house 34 Third 
Gibbens James E., laborer, house 105 Fourth 
Gibbert Henry, painter, boards 2 Water 
Gibbons John Rev., assistant pastor St. Peter's church, 

house 29 Buckingham 
Gibbons Joseph M., student H. U., boards 10 Oxford 
Gibbs Amory T., assistant secretary H. U., h. 30 Madison 
Gibbs Benjamin W., watches and jewelry, 593 Main, bds. 

4 Prospect f 

Gibbs Fred. T., clerk (40 Court sq., B.), house 45 Norfolk 
Gibbs Herbert R., clerk (381 Washington, B.), h. 9 Creek 
Gibbs Horace G. (Cincinnati, Ohio), house 110 Inman 



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Gibbs Ira, house 112 Inman 

Gibbs James H., conductor U. R. Co., house 99 River 

Gibbs John, clerk, boards 26 Suffolk 

Gibbs Phineas C, expressman, house 26 Suffolk 

Gibbs William, restaurant (Boston), house 147 Main 

Gibbs Wolcott, Rumford professor H. U., house at Boston 

Gibson Eliza P. Mrs., house 49 Oxford 

Gibson Henry, gardener, 320 Harvard, house r. 43 Norfolk 

Gibson John, laborer, house 5 Eustis court, near Oxford 

Gibson John Irving, drug clerk, 155 No. av., b. 5 Eustis ct. 

Gibson Joseph, house 36 Western avenue 

Gibson Jos. P., house 36 Western avenue 

Gibson Matthew B., paper hanger, house 63 Spring 

Gibson Robert, baker, 15 River, house rear 6 Lopez 

Gibson Stephen B., polisher, house 22 Murdock 

Gibson William, house 61 Ellery 

Gibson William, gardener Chas. Deane, h. 44 Garden 

Gibson William T., watchman Harvard College, house 11 

Willard 
Giddings Samuel, livery stable, 186 Columbia, near Cam- 
bridge, house do. ("Fairmont 
Gifford Chas. H., packer (72 Sudbury, B.), boards 34 
Gifford Robinson, hostler, boards 74 Cambridge 
Gilbert Alice Mrs., widow, house 19 Tremont 
Gilbert Avery B., florist, Hancock, opposite Chatham, h. 

38 Ellery 
Gilbert Benjamin F., messenger Boston National Bank 

(61 State, B.), house 27 Inman 
Gilbert Ellery T., cook (Parker House, B.), h. 3 Suffolk 
Gilbert Franklin, house 27 Inman 
Gilbert Harriet, widow of Henry, house 77 River 
Gilbert James L., musician and piano tuner S. S. Hamill, 

house 87 Cambridge 
Gilbert Lizzie S. Miss, dressmaker, 658 Main, h. 77 River 
Gilbert Samuel C, student H. U., rooms 10 Grays hall 
Gilbert William F., painter, 72>£ Inman, h. do. 
Gilbraux Frank, cooper, h. Squire's brick blk., Squire's ct. 
Gilchrist Frank, action maker M. & H. Organ Co., house 
at Reading [Franklin 

Gilcreas Chas. S., salesman (117 Devonshire, B.), bds. 57 
Gilcreas D. Austin, carpenter, house 57 Franklin 
Gilcreas Hannah, widow, house 385 North avenue 
Giles Smiley, driver U. R. Co., rooms 5 South 
Giles Thomas E., blacksmith, house 56 Winter 
Gill Annie Miss, dressmaker, 59 Brattle, house, do. 
Gill John, at Holyoke store, 458 Harvard, h. 29 Ash 
Gill Jos. W., clerk (54 Green, B.), h. 72 Cambridge 
Gill Peter F., clothes cleanser, house 98 Harvard 
Gillam Alfred F., laborer, house 1 Norfolk court 



180 CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 

Gillam Cbas. H., coal and wood, 1 Norfolk court, h. do. 
Gillam John E., house 1 Norfolk court 
Gillan John, grocer, 242 Cambridge, house do. 
Gillette Wilbur F., law student H. IT., rooms 45 Holyoke 

house 
Gilley Frank M., student H. U., rooms 47 College house 
Gilligan Bernard, boards 126 Prospect 
Gilligan James, hostler City stable, h. 164 Norfolk 
Gilligan John, laborer, house 113 Elm 
Gilligan John H., furniture mover, h. 246 Bridge 
Gilligan Patrick, laborer, house 126 Prospect 
Gilligan Thomas, glass ware peddler, house 79 Gore 
Gillis Chas. P., brass finisher, boards 61 Charles 
Gillis Patrick, carpenter, boards 61 Charles 
Gillis Patrick, laborer, house 261 Mt. Auburn 
Gillis William K., real estate, house Washington avenue 
Gillmann Charles, cigar maker, 67 Sixth, rms. 12 Winter 
Gilloran Catherine Miss, boards 163 Spring 
Gilloran Patrick, fish dealer, house 163 Spring 
Gilman Arthur, sec. and treas. American Tract Society 

(13^ Bromfield, B.), house 11 Mason 
Gilman Edward, grocer, 9 Reed, n. Spruce, h. do. 
Gilman Francis B., clerk Merchants National Bank (28 

State, B.), house 6 Mason 
Gilman Geo. W., clerk, 226 North av., bds. r. 293 do. 
Gilman James, butcher, house 24 Porter 
Gilman James A., printer John Ford & Son, boards 109 

Pleasant 
Gilman John, butcher, house 24 Porter 
Gilman John, carpenter, boards 1 Putnam court 
Gilman John W/, clerk (156 Oliver, B.), b. 195 Putnam av. 
Gilman J. Bradley, student H. XL, rooms 28 Divinity hall 
Gilman J. W., student, rooms 1 Lawrence hall 
Gilman Samuel, grocer, 24 Porter, house do. 
Gilman William A., inspector (Custom House, B.), house 

195 Putnam avenue 
Gilman William B., conductor U. R. Co., b. 178 Columbia 
Gilman W. Edwin, sheepskins (78 High, B.), boards 195 

Putnam avenue 
Gilmartin James J., house 179 Main 
Gilmore David, laborer, house rear 63 Washington 
Gilmore George A., carpenter, house rear 365 Harvard 
Gilmore Henry H., supt. Boston Rolling Mill, Portland, 

house 26 Clinton [67 Spring 

Gilmore Hibbert W., fireman Am. Net & Twine Co., h. 
Gilmour Mary Ann, widow of William, h. 128 Pearl 
Gilmour Robert, watch case maker (309 Washington, B.), 

house 48 Market 
Gilmour William J., brass finisher, house 128 Pearl 



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Gilpatrick Elizabeth R., widow of Benjamin, h. 81 River 
Gingras Leon, carpenter, house 49 Dublin, cor. Walden 
Ginty Michael, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 35 Green 
Girard Ernest, boards 25 Western avenue 
Girard Lewis F., stereotyper Riverside Press, house 25 

Western avenue 
Glade William, cook Prospect House, bds. do. 
Glancy John T., mason, house 129 Webster Avenue 
Glasser Frank, baker, house 6 Pine 
Glass Charles, sawyer, boards 116 Austin 
Glass John, mechanic, house 116 Western avenue 
Glass John H., sawyer, 624 Main, h. 33 Howard 
Glass Richard, jig sawyer, house 31 Howard 
Glazier George M., small wares '77 Summer, B.), house 

19 Ellsworth avenue 
Gleason Catherine, widow of John, house 14 North 
Gleason Hannah Miss, teacher High school, boards 27 

Trowbridge 
Gleason John H., varnisher, boards 14 North 
Gleason Patiick, laborer, h. 4 Rogers block, Washington 
Gleason Thomas F., bds. 4 Rogers block, Washington 
Gleason Zebina A., student H. U., rooms 17 Hollis hall 
Glen David, printer University Press, h. 73 Concord av. 
Glen James F., iron molder, house Crossland 
Glen John, cabinet maker, house 5 Second 
Glen Thomas, tinsmith, house 22 Austin [burn 

, Glidden Aruo W., printer University Press, h. 57 Mt. Au- 
Glidden Asa M., house 17 Pleasant 
Glidden Clinton S., clerk (B.), boards 17 Pleasant 
Glover Henry R., feathers etc. (129 Friend, B.), house 13 

Waterhouse 
Glynn Andrew J., blacksmith, boards 327 Cambridge 
Glynn Dennis, laborer, house 112 Brookline 
Glynn John P., blacksmith, boards 327 Cambridge 
Glynn Lawrence, blacksmith, house 327 Cambridge 
Goddard Farley B., student H. U., rms. 64 College house 
Goddard Mary C. C, teacher High School, boards 105 

Prospect 
Goddard Warren N., student H. U., rooms 1 Beck hall 
Godfrey Benj. F., cooper, boards 3 Buck's block, Seventh 
Godfrey Charles G., cooper, house 60 Hastings 
Godfrey Gilman M., cooper, bds. 3 Buck's block, Seventh 
Godfrey John G., house 28 Cherry 
Godfrey William F., clerk, 473 Main, boards 28 Cherry 
Goding Ellen, widow, house 92 Webster avenue 
Goding Frank, boards 92 Webster avenue 
Godkin Edwin L., student H. U., rooms 39 Thayer hall 
Godsland George, molder, house 20 Green 
Godsoe Charles M., boards 147 Main 



182 CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 

Goepper Bros. (William and Gustavus), barrel dealers 
138 Gore [Cambridge 

Goepper Gustavus (Goepper Bros.), barrel dealer, h. 133 
Goepper John, cooper, boards 133 Cambridge 
Goepper William (Goepper Bros.), barrel dealer, house 

78 Spring 
Goggin James H., carpenter, house 27 Grant 
Golden Bridget Mrs., boarding house 5 Rogers blk., Main 
Golden Christopher, brass molder, house 9 Murdock 
Golden Elizabeth, widow, house 9 Murdock 
Golden Sarah E., teacher Harvard grammer school, boards 
41 Inman [house 

Goldmark Henry, student H. IT., rooms 11 Wads worth 
Goldsmith Margaret, widow, house 30 Soden [Main 

Goldsmith Wm. H., book binder Riverside Press, h. 487 
Goldspring John, laborer, house 58 Harvard 
Goldspring Timothy, laborer, house rear 11 Sparks 
Goldthwait Charles L., tinsmith, 8 Brattle, boards 15 Far- 
well place [h. 29 Market 
Goldthwait Francis, action maker M. & H. Organ Co., 
Goldthwait Francis E., action maker, boards 29 Market 
Gonier Peter, laborer, house 37 Sargent 
Gonyon Mederic, fish, etc., Pearl, c. Allston, h. Bailey pi. 
Gonyon Ulric, blacksmith, house Bailey place 
Gooch Frank A., special student H. U., bds. 2 Mt. Auburn 
Gooch Joshua G., (J. G. and N. G. Gooch), lumber 

( Western av., Brighton), house 2 Mt. Auburn 
GOOCH J. G. & N. G. (Joshua G. and Nathan G. Gooch), 
lumber dealers (Western av., Brighton), order box 
at J. Stearns' stable, 22 Braltle 
Gooch Nathan G. (J. G. & N. G. Gooch), lumber (West- 
ern avenue, Brighton), also coal (13 Kilby, B.), house 
3 Fayerweather [house 

Gooch William W., student H. U., rooms 29 Holyoke 
Good Jeremiah, clerk (307 Washington, B.), h. 102 Gore 
Good John, mill hand, State, house 18 Bay 
Good Mary, widow of John, house 102 Gore 
Good Thomas, laborer, house 102 Gore 
Good Thomas F., glass engraver, boards 27 Union 
Good Timothy J., laborer, house 27 Union 
Good Timothy J., jr., woodturner, boards 27 Union 
Goodale George L., assistant professor, of vegetable phys- 
iology and instructor in botany II. U., house 68 
Sparks 
Goodale John, inventor, h. 52 Concord ave. 
Goode Thomas, carpenter, boards 104 Sparks [Lake 

Goodell John S., sign painter (9 Change av., B.) h. 12 
Goodell Ruth W. Mrs., house 38 Sacramento 
Goodfellow S. Percival, porter (52 Sudbury, B.), house 99 
Spring 



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Goodie Herman, laborer, house rear 36 Washington 
Goodnow Freeman C, marine clerk (54 State, B.), house 

45 Erie [h. 18Tremont 

Goodnow Geo. W., grocer, 63 Norfolk and 225 Harvard, 
Goodnow Joseph, lumber dealer (294 Causeway, B.), 

h. 336 Broadway [80 Cambridge 

Goodnow Luvia Miss, teacher Otis Primary school, boards 
Goodnow Marie E. Mrs., boarding house, 141 Gore 
Goodnow Thomas H., butcher, house 141 Gore 
Goodrich Charles N. (7 Exchange pi., B.), boards 309 

Broadway [B.), h. 309 Broadway 

Goodrich Elijah D., 555 Main and (7 Exchange place, 
Goodrich Fred., teamster, boards 126 Gore 
Goodrich George EL, expressman (B.), house 86 Allston 
Goodrich Silas, house 7 Summer [26 Lee 

Goodridge Alfred M., grocer (75 Commercial, B.), boards 
Goodridge Ambrose H., house 48 Cherry [Cherry 

Goodridge Charles E., clerk (40 Court, B.), boards 48 
Goodridge Charles F., grocer (75 Commercial, B.), house 

82 North avenue 
Goodridge Nancy, widow of Frederick, house 26 Lee 
Goodridge Oliver H., printer J. Wilson & Son, boards 48 

Cherry [Oxford 

Goodrow Eli E., janitor Zoological Museum, house 114 
Goodspeed Clarence, fireman B. L. & N. R. R., boards 

59 Third 
Goodwille James, printer, boards 7 Rockwell 
Goodwin Frank, counselor (30 Court, room 23, B.), house 

20 Lowell [r. 105 Putnam av. 

Goodwin George E., engineer Riverside Bindery, house 
Goodwin Hersey B., com. raer. (15 India, B.), h. 8 Follen 
Goodwin James, at N. E. glass Co., h. rear 43 Winter 
Goodwin James W., law student PI. U., rooms 60 Mount 

Auburn 
Goodwin John-A., house Elm, corner White 
Goodwin Kate Mrs. (M. E. Goodwin & Co.), toys, etc., 

etc., 157 Bridge [Bridge, bds. at Boston 

Goodwin Mary Miss(M. E. Goodwin & Co.), toys, etc., 157 
Goodwin M. E. & Co. (Mary and Kate Goodwin), toys, 

etc., 157 Bridge [B.), h. 7 Seventh 

Goodwin Stephen Franklin, silversmith (8 Province ct., 
Goodwin William, house Elm, corner White 
Goodwin William W., Eliot professor of Greek literature 

H. U., house 10 Follen 
Goodyear Charles, salesman (B.), house 155 Main 
Googins Eben H., traveling salesman, 503 Main, h. 499 do. 
Googins George A., traveling salesman, 503 Main, h. 502 do. 
Googins Mary E., widow, house 98 Winsor 
Googins Thomas B., bookkeeper (472 Harrison av., B.), 

house 98 Winsor 



184 CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 

Googins William B., carpenter, house 5 Union 
Gookin Frank L., compositor, house 42 Putnam avenue 
Gordon Charles E., cabinet maker, house 13 School 
Gordon Donald M., bookbinder (11 Chardon, B.), boards 

1 Symonds block, DeWolf 
Gordon Elizabeth, widow of John, house 7 Norton place 
Gordon Henry F., carringesmith (Somerville), h. 8 White 
Gordon James, compositor Riverside Press, b. 17 Wyeth 
Gordon John M., bookbinder (11 Chardon, B.), boards 7 

Norton place 
Gordon John W., conductor U. R. Co., h. 22 Farwell pi. 
Gordon Thomas M., machinist B. & L. R. R. machine 

shop, h. 23 Sixth 
Gordon William, mastic roofer, house 33 Auburn 
Gordon William, proofreader J. Wilson & Son, house 15 
Mellen [7 Norton pi. 

Gordon William M., compositor J. Wilson & Son, boards 
Gore Avery W., junk dealer (164 Canal, B.), house 128 

Magazine 
Gore David (David Gore & Son), paver and railroad con- 
tractor, 228 to 232 Third, house at Dorchester 
GORE DAVID & SON (David and Frank D. Gore), 
pavers and railroad contractors, 228 to 232 Third, 
order box 293 Mechanics Exchange (35 Hawley, B.) 
Gore Frank D. (David Gore & Son), paver, 228 to 232 

Third, house 61 Market 
Gore Geo. A., messenger National Security Bank (79 

Court, B.), bds. 128 Magazine 
Gore Ida, widow of Avery, house 128 Magazine 
Gore Thomas, teamster (B.), boards rear 27 Gore 
Gore William, paver D. Gore & Son, house 393 Main 
Gorham Alfred (47 Equitable bldg., B.), h. 22 Western av. 
Gorham Warner A., teamster (2 F. H. sq., B.), h. 8 Avon 
Gorman Francis, jr., teacher private school, rooms 10 

Plympton 
Gorman John, foreman (79 Milk, B.),bds. 144 Mt. Auburn 
Gorman John, junk dealer (48 Lincoln, B.), house 134 

Columbia 
Gorman John, horse trainer, house 45 School 
Gorman John, laborer, house 62 Hastings 
Gorman Julia, widow of John, house 116 Brookline 
Gorman Timothy, laborer, house 10 East 
Gorman Valentine, laborer, house 169 Winsor 
Gormley Ann, widow of John, house 38 Willow place 
Gormley Arthur H., brass finisher, boards 62 Hastings 
Gormley Bessie Miss, house 33 Tremont 
Gormley James J., stair builder (B.), house 26 Carson 
Gormley John, upholsterer, house 38 Willow place 
Gormley John, laborer, house 62 Hastings 



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Gorton Amos O., expressman, house 136 Spring 

Gorton Samuel M., carpenter, house 4 Summer 

Goss Abiel, boards 67 Otis 

Goss Osrnan H., painter, house 4 Union 

Gould Allen W., tutor in Latin H. U., h. 54 Langdon 

Gould Augustus D., salesman (B.), boards 10 Cottage 

Gould Caroline A., widow of Dudley, house 10 Cottage 

Gould Charles A., clerk, 240 Main, house at Charlestown 

Gould Dudley F., poultry (B.), house Sands, near Banks. 

Gould Frederick L. (15 Kilby, B.), house 10 Dana 

Gould Frederick W., student, boards 10 Dana 

Gould George W., jr., paper ruler, boards 87 Pearl 

Gould Mary, widow of Frederick, house 10 Dana 

Gould Michael, laborer, house 1 Bedford, corner Porter 

Gould Reuben B. H., blacksmith S. C. Jones, house 45 

Cambridge 
Gould Robert, house 147 Cambridge 
Gould Robert H., chemist, boards 147 Cambridge 
Gould Salma A., fireman B. L. & N. R. R., bds. 62 Cam- 
bridge 
Gould William, laborer, house 49 North 
Gould William, baker, 912 Main, house 9 Remington 
Gould William F., teamster, house 32 Davis 
Goulding James, laborer, house 17 Seventh 
Goulding Robert L., bootmaker, 24 Brighton, house do. 
Gourdine Robert W., public carriage, Porter's station, 
North avenue, boards do. [Auburn 

Gourlay James F., dry goods (33 Green, B.), boards 109 
Gouse John, boards 167 Spring 
Govan David (Govan & Cochran), organ case maker, 160 

Broadway, house 102 Hampshire 
Govan John C., organ case maker, boards 102 Hampshire 
Govan & Cochran (David Govan and John Cochran), 
organ case makers M. & H. Organ Co., 160 Broadway 
Gove Archibald R. (Paige & Gove), 15 Second, house 
School, Somerville [Cottage 

Gove Calvin, provisions (14 Faneuil hall sq., B.), h. 20 
GOVE CHARLES S., soda and mineral water manufac- 
turer (30 Canal, B.), house 28 Warland 
Gove Ezra C, apothecary, Main, junction Washington, 

house 1 Rogers block, Main 
Gove George G., leather (242 Purchase, B.), h. 24 Clinton 
Gove Henry M., peddler, boards 40 Spruce 
Gove Ira L., cabinet maker, house 49 Winsor 
Gowey Henry, mechanic, house 62 Fairmont 
Grace Joseph, laborer, house rear 131 Third 
Grady Albert W., upholsterer Worcester Bros., rooms 

95 Mt. Auburn 
Grady Bridget, widow of James, house rear 6 East 



186 CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 

Grady Catherine, widow of Joseph, house rear 30 Gore 

Grady Frank, boards rear 30 Gore 

Grady John, laborer, house rear 6 East 

Grady Joseph T., glass blower, boards rear 30 Gore 

Grady Martin, horse shoer, house 20 Harvard 

Grady Mary, widow of William, house 188 Harvard 

Gragg George C, action maker M. & H. Organ Co., bds. 

24 Antrim [Antrim 

Gragg Moses H., action maker M. & H. Organ Co., h. 24 
Graham Bernard, blacksmith, 92 Main, h. 50 Broadway 
Graham Christopher, teamster, house 93 Fifth 
Graham James, laborer, house rear 48 Harding 
Graham James, kerosene oil peddler, house Dailey's alley 
Graham Malcom, pressman Riverside Press, h. 5 Daye ct. 
Graham Patrick, house 93 Norfolk 
Graham Patrick, laborer, house 122 Brookline 
Graham Robert, canvasser, boards 84 Green 
Graham Sara D. Miss, teacher Gore street primary school, 

boards 57 Third 
Graham Thomas, painter, house 5 Dinsmore court 
Graham Thomas A., mason, house 93 Norfolk 
Graham William, book keeper (151 Hanover, B.), house 

124 Norfolk 
Graham William, laborer, house 106 Webster avenue 
Graham William Rev., clergyman (Ferdinand, cor. Isa- 
bella, B.), house 57 Third 
Gralder Frank, currier, boards 440 North avenue 
Grames Charles T., car builder F. R. R., bds. 8 Holyoke 
Grames Elbridge G., car builder F. R. R., h. 8 Holyoke 
Granbom Gustoff, drain pipe maker, 132 Main, boards 3 

Deacon 
Grandy Edward F., machinist, boards 19 Suffolk 
Grandy Henry E., machinist, house 19 Suffolk 
Granemeier Hermon, cabinet maker, h. 11 Fourth st. pi. 
Graney Michael, teamster, house 6 Decatur court 
Granger James, clerk (454 Washington, B.), boards rear 

96 Gore [Bridge 

Granger John H., varnisher W. L. Lockhart, boards 198 
Granger Mary, widow of Patrick, house 198 Bridge 
Granger Stephen, laborer W. L. Lockhart, b. 198 Bridge 
Granger Thomas, upholsterer, boards 198 Bridge 
Grannan William, gardener, house 227 Franklin 
Grannis Hermon W., student H. U., rms. 14 Thayer hall 
Grant Alfred S., book binder Riverside bindery, house at 

Somerville 
Grant Ann, widow, house rear 140 Pleasant 
Grant Daniel A., carpenter, house 5 Lincoln 
Grant James (Grant & Mann), cabinet maker, 384 Main, 

house 50 Union 



CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 187 

Grant James, stone cutter, house 12 Eliot 
Grant Joseph, clerk, 157 Harvard, boards 181 do. 
Grant Marcus M., book binder, house 25 Lopez 
Grant Matthew H., teamster, house Charles, near Sixth 
Grant Robert, law student H. U., rooms 16 Quincy 
Grant Thomas, laborer, house 51 Hastings 
Grant & Mann (James Grant and James F. Mann), cabi- 
net makers and upholsterers, 384 Main 
Granville Joseph, machinist, boards 41 Franklin 
Gratz Louise H. Miss, telegraph operator, 625 Main 
Graves Carrie F. Mrs., boards 8 Sixth 
Graves George, jr., agent for State Temperance Alliance 

(36 Bromfield, B.), house 89 Vine 
Graves George A. Mrs., widow, boards 60 Norfolk 
Graves George W., organ action maker, 624 Main, house 

60 Norfolk 
Graves Geo. W., teamster, house Eighth, near Spring 
Graves William H., key finisher, 139 Broadway, house 15 

Hews [Franklin 

Gray Alice, teacher Webster grammar school, boards 64 
Gray Asa, Fisher professor of natural history H. U., h. 

H. U. Botanical Garden, cor. Linnaean 
Gray Elizabeth Miss, house 107 Green 
Gray George, laborer, house 70 Harvard [tie 

Gray Geo. Z., Dean Episcopal Theo. School, h. 108 Brat- 
Gray Hannah Mrs., house 693 Main, cor. Bigelow 
Gray Henry, plasterer (B.), house 329 Main 
Gray Henry, teamster, boards 329 Main 
Gray Horace J., deputy collector Internal revenue (P. O. 

building, B.), house Bristol, cor. Webster av. 
Gray James, boiler maker, 356 Main, house 126 Green 
Gray James M., waiter Memorial hall 
Gray John, teamster, boards 329 Main 
Gray John C, house Brattle, cor. Fresh Pond lane 
Gray John C, expressman, house rear 8 Holyoke 
Gray John Chipman, Story Professor of Law H. U., house 

at Boston 
Gray Joshua P., box maker, boards 179>£ Harvard 
Gray Mary Mrs., matron Episcopal Theological boarding 

house, 3 Mason, house do. 
Gray Peter, steward, house Plymouth, n. Webster av. 
Gray Peter, tinsmith (B.), h. Groveland, 1st from Spruce 
Gray Rebecca, Miss, house 107 Green 
Gray Reginald, law student H. U., rms. 6 North avenue 
Gray Stephen, clerk (42 Merchants row, B.), boards 142 

Harvard [h. 60 North 

Grayson Peter, steam and gas pipe fitter (101 Lowell, B.), 
Grebenstein Edward W* book binder Riverside Press, 

boards 26 Jay 



188 CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 

Greco Letterio C, hair dresser, 565 Main, h. 21 Ussex 
Greeley Louis M., student H. U., rms. 32 College house 
Greely Leander (Hancock & Greely), carpenter. 113 

Broadway, house 13 Pleasant 
Greely Noah, house 89 Norfolk 
Greely Philip Mrs., house 13 Centre 
Greely Philip T., house 13 Centre 
Green Abraham M., carpenter, house 71 Allston 
Green Alfred, printer, house 1 Deacon 
Green Allen M., clerk (69 Kilby, B.), house 71 Allston 
Green Andrew J., assessor, office City Hall, h. 28 Second 
Green- Ansil W., at car house U. R. Co., h. 9 Charles River 
Green Charles, tobacco (127 Cambridge, B.), h. 15 Hollis 
Green Charles A., photographer, boards 66 Columbia 
Green Charles A., compositor Riverside Press, house 14 
Washington av. [ington av. 

Green Charles G., clerk (36 Hawley, B.), boards 14 Wash- 
Green Charlotte, wid. of Edward K., h. Sands, c. Banks 
Green Daniel, laborer, boards 23 Brighton 
Green Daniel, laborer, house rear 209 Mt. Auburn 
Green David P. (D. P. Green & Co.), Third, cor. Bent, 

house at Arlington 
Green D. P. &. Co. (David P. Green), iron foundry, car 
wheels, Third, cor. Bent [bds. at Arlington 

Green Frank D., clerk D. P. Green & Co., Third, c. Bent, 
Green Frank F., gardener Farwell's Conservatory, 273 
North av., house 14 Reed [ington 

Green Henry T., printer Riverside Press, house 33 Wash- 
Green James D., house 8 Story 
Green John, shoemaker, 119 Gore, house do. 
Green John S., organ maker, 624 Main, house 71 Allston 
Green John W., teamster, house 87 Pearl 
Green Lewis (Taylor & Green), coal and wood, Hamp- 
shire, cor. Columbia, h. 1 Norfolk court 
Green Michael, laborer, boards 23 Brighton 
Green Nicholas St. John Mrs., house 8 Story 
Green Oscar F., stair builder, r. 579 Main, h. 66 Columbia 
Green Patrick, laborer, house 14 Vine 
Green Philip, painter, house 4 Cowperthwaite 
Green Richard, porter, house 98 Webster av. 
Green Thomas, fireman, house 57 Charles 
Green Thomas, laborer, house 14 Reed 
Green Thomas H., gardener, boards 14 Reed 
Green Walter H., finisher, boards 87 Pearl 
Green William, engraver, boards 66 Columbia 
Greene Albert T. (Greene & Co.), gas and steam fitting, 

651 Main, house 95 Green 
Greene Elbridge A. (Greene & Co.), gas and steam fit- 
ting, 621 Main, house 95 Green 
Greene Herbert E., student H. U., rooms 8 Holyoke 



CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 189 

Greene Mary H., widow of Issachar A., h. 95 Green 

Greene Peter, cabinet maker, house 69 Elm 

Greene Peter F., cabinet maker, boards 69 Elm 

Greene Roland D., conductor IT. R. Co., fa. 4 Frank 

Greene Thomas L., machinist, house 39 Gore 

Greene & Co. (Elbridge A. and Albert T. Greene), stoves, 

furnaces, gas and steam fitting, 651 and 653 Main 
Greener Mary A., widow, house 57 Harvard 
Greenleaf Albert P., mason, 509 Main and 6 Douglass, 

boards 49 Pine 
Greenleaf Daniel P., mason, house 9 Lawrence 
Greenleaf George, boards 8 Broadway 
Greenleaf George W., plumber, h. Chestnut, cor. Sydney 
Greenleaf James Mrs., house 76 Brattle 
Greenleaf Joseph, mason, house 11 Lawrence 
Greenleaf Joseph, millwright, house 28 Fifth 
Greenleaf Robert W., assistant in botany H. IL, rooms 

27 Hollis hall 
Green ough Henry, house 747 Cambridge 
Greenough Horatio Mrs., house 42 Quincy 
Greenough James, flour (27 Doane, B.}, h. 33 Tremont 
Greenough James B., assistant professor of Latin H. U., 

h. 22 Appian-way 
Greenough Joseph F. (13 Exchange, B.), bds. 10 Garden 
Greenough Walter C, crayon artist, bds. 123 Oxford 
Greenough William H. Mrs., house 10 Garden 
Greenough William P., flour (27 Doane, B.), h. 123 Oxford 
Greenslet Belden A., driver Thurston, Hall & Co., house 

98 Norfolk 
Greenwood Frederick H., carpenter, h. 150 Broadway 
Greenwood John, boards 34 Lee 
Greenwood Joseph, brick maker, house Vassal lane, near 

Cofran's brick yard [Main, h. 10 Pearl 

Greenwood Lemuel A., overseer U. R. Co.'s stables, 201 
Greenwood Mary A., widow of James W., h. 73 Green 
Greenwood Moses, salesman (164 Congress, B.), house 8 

Mellen 
Greenwood Wm. P., boards 73 Green 
Greer Hiram, truckman (22 Kingston, B.), h. 32 Second 
Greer John, teamster, boards 59 Third 
Gregg Sophronia C, widow of Samuel, h. 106 Inman 
Gregory Franklin E., com. mer. (178 Devonshire, B.), h. 

6 Maple avenue [86 Prospect 

Gregory Frederick A., clerk (238 Devonshire, B.), boards 
Gregory Frederick W., commission merchant (3 Central 

wharf, B.), house 31 Lee 
Gregory John P., agent Union Glass Co., h. 86 Prospect 
Gregory Thomas B., glass packer N. E. Glass Co., house 

26 Fifth [378 Broadway 

Gregory Wm. F., boots and shoes (138 Summer, B.), h. 



190 CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 

Gretz Julius, currier, house rear 45 Reed 

Gribben Bessie Miss, house rear 95 Sixth 

Gribbins Mary R., widow of John, h. 7 Baldwin court 

Gridley Eunice M. Miss, house 25 Prospect 

Grid ley James F., clerk, house 61 Oxford 

Gridley William A., salesman W. L. Lockhart, house at 

Jamaica Plain 
Grieves Charles H., brass molder, boards 104 Spring 
Grieves Ella R. Miss, teacher Putnam grammar school, 

boards 3 Sixth [Spring 

Grieves J. Edward, salesman (26 Summer, B.), bds. 104 
Grieves Thomas, glass cutter (191 State, B.), h. 3 Sixth 
Grieves Walter F., salesman (6 New F. H. market, B.), 

boards 104 Spring 
Grieves Wm. H., engineer N. E. Glass Co., h. 104 Spring 
Griffin Arthur C, wheelwright, boards 26 Rice 
Griffin Dennis, laborer, house McCabe 
Griffin Dennis, laborer, boards 2 Gore 
Griffin Dennis C, gents' furnishing goods, 161 Bridge, h. 

at Somerville 
Griffin Eliphalet, carpenter, house 26 Rice 
Griffin George H., tin smith, Henderson's block, basement 

226 North avenue, h. 41 Coggswell avenue 
Griffin James, foreman, 368 Main, house at Belmont 
Griffin James A., boards 24 Vine 

Griffin John H., carpenter, house 32 Coggswell avenue 
Griffin Julia, widow, house rear 15 Vine 
Griffin Mary, widow of Michael, house 12 East 
Griffin Mary, widow of Dennis, house 39 Garden 
Griffin Mary, widow of Michael, house 24 Vine 
Griffin Michael (Griffin & Dolan), soap manufacturer, 

rear 13 Decatur, house 75 Brookline 
Griffin Michael F., book binder University Bindery, bds. 

39 Garden 
Griffin Morris J., clerk, 161 Bridge, bds. at Somerville 
Griffin Thomas, laborer, house 4 Davis 
Griffin Thomas H., book binder Welch, Bigelow & Co., 

house 39 Garden [Belmont 

Griffin William, wheelwright, Brighton, cor. Murray, h. at 
Griffin &> Dolan (Michael Griffin and John Dolan), soft 

soap manufacturers, rear 13 Decatur 
Griffing Augustus P., house 85 Thorndike 
Griffis Elias D., tin plate worker, house 83 Putnam av. 
Griffiths John J., slater, house £ Rogers block, Main 
Griggs George, jig sawyer M. & H. Organ Co., house 3 

Plymouth 
Griggs John E., house 8 Prospect * [pect 

Griggs J. Franklin, printer (166 Congress, B.),bds. 8 Pros- 
Griggs Lucy J. Mrs., dress and cloak maker, h. 8 Prospect 



CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 191 

Grimes Charles, driver U. R. Co., boards David P. Bur- 
ley's, Cambridge 
Grinham John, grocer, 115 Pleasant, house do. 
Grinnell Charles E., lawyer (5 Court, B.), h. 373 Harvard 
Grinnell William M., student H. U., boards 54 Brattle 
Griswold Almon W., student H. U., rms. 35 Holyoke house 
Griswold George, jr., student H. U., rooms 1 Holyoke 
Grodjiniski Albert, cabinet maker, house rear 53 Vine 
Groom Thomas, paper box cutter, house 137 Hampshire 
Groomer John T., hairdresser, 74 Spruce, house do. 
Grose Daniel, blacksmith, boards 15 Beech 
Grose Edgar F., vegetable dealer, boards 106 Norfolk 
GROSE WILLIAM, provisions, 377 Cambridge, house 
106 Norfolk [bds. 11 Church 

Grosheim William H. (Grosheim & Koch), restaurant, 
Grosheim & Koch (William H. Grosheim and Adam A. 
Koch), restaurant, Lyceum building, Harvard square 
Gross Mary E., widow, house 22 Hastings 
Grother Herman, sugar boiler, house 8 Water 
Grover Chester B., house 331 Broadway 
Grover Lucas B., house 335 Broadway 
Grover Nathan Iff., traveling salesman, h. 18 Kinnaird 
Grover Walter C, clerk (Washington, cor. Winter, B.), 

boards 335 Broadway 
Gruber Edward, action maker, house rear 87 Sixth 
Gruebv Edward L., at American Net and Twine Co , h. 

22 Pearl 
Guild Albert, house 44 Prospect 
Guild Charles H., baker, house 15 Myrtle place 
Guild Curtis, student H. U., rooms 18 Matthews hall 
Guild Frank H., cabinet maker, bds. 15 Myrtle place 
Guild Henry E., student H. U., rooms 32 Mollis hall 
Guild James E., pianoforte key maker, bds, 15 Myrtle pi. 
Guild Otis S., carriage painter, house 146 Third 
Guilhop Margaret, widow of William, house 10 Vine 
Guion Maxon, tailor, 430 Harvard, boards School 
Gulardeux Frederick, carpenter, boards 34 Hampshire 
Gunn Alfred, laborer, house 71 Brighton 
Gunnan Joseph, house rear 105 Fourth 
Gunnison Daniel O., painter, 63 Moore, house 64 In man 
Gunnison Jane Mrs., house 42 Arlington 
Guppy John, teamster, house 138 Elm [house 

Gurnee Augustus C, student H. U., rooms 16 Holyoke 
Garney Edwin L., music teacher, house 15 Amory 
Gurney Ephraim W., University professor of history H. 

U., house 10 Fayerweather 
Gurney Hannah V., widow of Thomas, house 132 Auburn 
Gurney John, currier, boards 170 Franklin 
Gurry Edward, mat mnfr., 368 Main, h. 126 Brookline 



192 CAMBRIDGE [JJ] DIRECTORY. 

Garry John G., blacksmith, house 91 Brookline 

Gushee Edward M. Rev., rector St. Peter's church, house 

30 Lee 
Gustafson Axel, house 19 Mellen 
Gutheim Frederick L., cigar manufacturer and lager beer, 

67 Sixth, house do. ^ [38 Fourth 

Guyer Lewis B., boot and shoe dealer, 97 Cambridge, h. 
Guyney John, laborer, house 176 Green 
Guyon Joseph, molder, house 39 Winsor 
Gwinn George F., hairdresser (72 State, B.), house 11 

Remington 
Gwynn James A., clerk Cambridge car station (Bowdoin 

square, B.), boards 53 Broadway 
Gwynn Win. D., clejk (9 Winter, B.), bds. 53 Broadway 
Gwynne Samuel, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 53 Broadway 

HACKETT JACOB, teamster, house 6 South 

Hackett John, house 20 Hancock 

Hackett Patrick, engineer, house 164 Franklin 

Hadcock Charles E., apothecary clerk 468 Harvard, house 

32 Mt. Auburn 
Hadley Alvah A., carpenter, 190 Cambridge, house do. 
Hadley Clarence V., sign painter 76 Gore, bds. 36 Fourth 
Hadley David B., wheelwright, bds. 212 North avenue 
Hadley Edgar, boards 35 Market [51 Winter 

Hadley Elbridge J., coffin trimmer W. L. Lockhart, house 
Hadley Fred. O., carpenter, boards 190 Cambridge 
Hadley Geo. A., printer (19 Milk, B.), bds. 36 Fourth 
Hadley Hannah L. Mrs., house 317 Harvard 
Hadley Joseph E., student H. U., boards 5 DeWolf 
Hadley Martha J., widow of William P., house 35 Market 
Hadley Nathaniel I., bootmaker 76 Gore, house 36 Fourth 
Hadley Theodore F., boards 35 Market 
Hagan Bridget, widow of Daniel, house 128 Otis 
Hagan Daniel, glass blower, house 137 Webster avenue 
Hagan James, groceries and provisions, 84 Third, house 

52 Spring 
Hagan Patrick, blacksmith, house 104 Brookline 
Hagan Peter, house 104 Brookline 
Hagar Fred. W., capt. of night police, house 9 Antrim 
Hagar Fred. W., jr., 150 Broadway, house 17 Antrim 
Hagar W. G., printer, house 81 Pearl 
Hagen Hermann A., professor of entomology Zoological 

Musuem, h. 7 Putnam av. 
-Hagerty Jeremiah, saloon, 1 Jefferson, cor. Warren, h. do. 
Hagerty Mary, widow, house 10 Dinsmore court 
Hagerty Patrick, horseshoer U. R. Co., house 23 Decatur 
Haggens Mary E. Miss, copyist Court House, boards 150 

Thorndike 



CAMBRIDGE [J{] DIRECTORY. 193 

Haggerty James, blacksmith, house 115 Fourth 

Hain Nicholas, carver (Haymarket square, B.), house 167 

Thorndike 
Haines Alvin M., bookkeeper Almshouse, Tannery, b. do. 
Haines Fletcher S., student H. U., rooms 44 Mt. Auburn 
Haines Frank D., student, boards 234 Broadway 
Haines Howard P., student H. U., rms. 38 College House 
Haines John W., silver glass manufacturer with Union 

Glass Co. (Somerville), house 234 Broadway 
Haining John, clerk (484 Washington, B.), h. 106 Winsor 
Hale Aaron (Hale, Teele & Bisbee), soap manufacturer, 

Davis, h. 341 Broadway 
Hale Abram G. R., lawyer (B.), house 59 Wright 
Hale Arthur, student H. U., rooms 16 Holworthy hall 
Hale Edward, student H. XL, rooms 55 Matthews hall 
HALE EDWIN B., lawyer (20 Court, B.), boards 387 

Harvard [341 Broadway 

Hale Eliza A., teacher Washington grammar school, bds. 
Hale Gertrude E. Miss, teacher Webster grammar school, 

bds. 3 Myrtle, Boston 
Hale Henry A., engineer Mt. Auburn, bds. 46 North av. 
HALE, TEELE & BISBEE (Aaron Hale, S. P. Teele 

and John Bisbee), soap manufacturers, Davis, corner 

Broadway, order box (15 Chatham, B.) [house 

Hale William G., tutor in Latin H. U., rooms 33 Holyoke 
Hales Arthur, carpenter, house 90 Banks 
Haley Alfred L., roofer, boards 58 Pearl 
Haley Charles, house 40 Antrim 

Haley Charles B., clerk (45 So. Market, B.), h. 57 River 
Haley Charles E., wholesale fancy goods (17 Franklin, 

B.), h. 14 Ellery 
Haley Christopher, laborer, house 132 Garden, n. Donnell 
Haley Daniel, laborer, house 183 Dublin 
Haley Daniel, laborer, house 221 Franklin 
Haley Dennis, laborer, house 47 Jefferson 
Haley Dennis, laborer, house 6 Laurel 
Haley Dennis, laborer, boards 149 Franklin 
Haley Edward, laborer, h. 13 Sargent, near Spruce 
Haley Edwin L., salesman (156 Oliver, B.), house 23 

Lawrence 
Haley George G., baker (99 Prince, B.), h. 128 Harvard 
Haley Hannah, widow of Michael, h. 24 School street ct.. 
Haley Henry, hostler, house 7 Stevens court 
Haley Henry, express (48 Brattle, B.), house 40 Clark 
Haley James, driver Win. L. Lockhart, bds. 56 Second 
Haley James, grease collector, house 13 Vine 
Haley Jeremiah, house 216 Franklin 
Haley Jesse, house 10 Winsor 
Haley Jesse W., engineer, house 17 Western av. 
13 



194 CAMBRIDGE []J] DIRECTORY. 

Haley Joanna, widow of David, house 21 Sparks 

Haley John, baker F. A. Kennedy, 502 Main, h. 17 Decatur 

Haley John, meat inspector, house 323 Cambridge 

Haley John, laborer, house 9 Jefferson, near Warren 

Haley John, iron molder, 368 Main, bds. 24 School st. ct. 

Haley John, potter, house 36 Charles River 

Haley John H., teamster, house 112 Green 

Haley John H. (Taylor & Haley), stoves, tinware, etc., 

525 Main, house 65 Columbia 
Haley Margaret, widow of James, house 38 Foster 
Haley Mary, widow of Jason, house 150 Thorndike 
Haley Michael, laborer, house 183 Hampshire 
Haley Michael, carpenter A. K. Lissberger, First, house 

128 Hampshire [Putnam av. 

Haley Michael H., at Dover Stamping Co., boards 162 
Haley Patrick, laborer, house 45 Amory 
Haley Patrick, laborer, house 208 Franklin 
Haley Thomas, harness maker, boards rear 164 Gore 
Haley Thomas, laborer, house 35 Harvey, next Clay 
Haley Thomas, driver U. R. Co., house 47 Cedar 
Haley Thomas, laborer, house 149 Franklin 
Haley Thomas, brass finisher, bds. 24 School street court 
Haley Thomas J., peddler, house 183 Dublin 
Haley Timothy, iron molder, bds. 24 School street court 
Haley Timothy W., plumber, boards 216 Franklin 
Haley William, sawyer, house 52 Pine 
Haley William (McCormick & Haley), slater, basement 

Prospect, h. 22 Hancock 
Haley William, teamster, bds. 132 Garden, n. Donnell 
Halgreen Wilhelm, carriage maker, house Hixon s block, 

Portland 
Halgrin John, stable, house 7 Grant 
Haliburton George M., reporter, house 15 Market 
Haliburton James A., carpenter, boards 15 Market 
Haliburton Thomas A., house 15 Market 
Haliburton Walter S., boards 15 Market 
Hall Agnes M. Mrs., eclectic physician, 25 Sydney, h. do. 
Hall Andrew, laborer, house 90 Harvard 
Hall Arthur L., student H. U., rooms 45 College house 
Hall Charles E., marble (69 Charlestown, and 99 to 101 

Haverhill, B.), house 411 Broadway 
Hall Edward, clerk (55 High, B.), bds. 79 North avenue 
Hall Edward H., bookseller (32 Bromfield, B.), house 

79 North avenue 
Hall Edward J., confectioner C. F. Belcher 
Hall Edwin A., clerk (282 Washington, B.),h. 22 Winsor 
Hall Elbridge G., driver Cambridge Laundry, house 50 

Western avenue 
Hall Frederick B., student H. IX., rms. 59 College house 



CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 195 

Hall George, body maker Henderson Brothers, house at 

Dorchester 
Hall George E., clerk, 6 Brattle, h. 12 Plyrnpton 
Hall Henry C, foreman fly finisher M. & H. Organ Co., 

house 103^ Western avenue 
Hall Isaac Mrs., house Francis avenue 
Hall Isaac P., house 16 Hancock 
Hall Jackson E., varnisher, house 25 Sydney 
Hall James E. (Thurston, Hall & Co.), cracker baker, 31 

and 33 Elm, h. Greenough av., cor. Highland av. 
Hall James H. (Thurston, Hall & Co.), cracker baker, 31 

and 33 Elm, h. 9 Gardner 
Hall James M. W., merchant (12 Central wharf, B.), h. 

16 Prescott 
Hall James P.-, clerk, 408 Cambridge, bds. 109 Winsor 
Hall Jotin M., varnisher, 624 Main, house 21 Suffolk 
Hall Joseph, paints and oils (123 Commercial, B.), house 

94 Oxford 
Hall Joseph, glass maker, house rear 7 Fifth 
Hall Joseph, planer, 113 Broadway, h. 1 Lilac court 
HALL LEWIS, president Lechmere National Bank, 66 

Cambridge, h. Cambridge, n. Hovey's nurseries 
Hall Lydia J., widow, house 187 Hampshire 
Hall Mathew, cooper, house 3 Harding 
Hall Orrin, grocer, 9 Harvard square, h. 6 Follen 
Hall Reuben C, engineer, rooms 20 Cottage 
Hall Robert B. Mrs., house 41 Inman 
Hall Samuel W. Mrs., house 16 Prescott 
Hall Stephen, painter, boards 23 William 
Hall Stephen A., confectioner, house 59 Brookline 
Hall Susan, nurse, house. 12 Pine 
Hall Thomas H., molder, house 44 Washington 
Hall Thomas S., policeman, station 2, h. 130 Green 
Hall Wilder F., machinist, boards 42 Austin 
Hall William, waiter, house rear 9 Second 
Hall William, cabinet maker, house 184 Bridge 
Hall William D., student H. U., rooms 44 Mt. Auburn 
Hall Wm. H. S., hairdresser, house 96 Webster av. 
Hall William S., lawyer (2 Pemberton square, B.), boards 

6 Follen 
Hallenback John, molder, house 5 Eaton 
Hallett Nelson A., bedding (17 Dock square, B.), house 

50 Prospect 
Hallett William A., captain steamer John Hopkins (Cen- 
tral wharf, B.), h. 66 Magazine 
Halliday John B., cutter, 211 North av., h. at Somerville 
Hallinau Patrick, teamster, house 6 Coggswell place 
Halloran Ellen, widow of Daniel, house 178 Green 
Halloran Florence, laborer, boards Ninth, n. Otis 



196 CAMBRIDGE [J{] DIRECTORY. 

Halloran John, brass finisher, 368 Main, bds. 178 Green 
Halloran Mary, widow of Timothy, h. 249 Franklin 
Halloran Timothy, laborer, house 239 Franklin 
Halm George M., law student H. U., rms. 10 Frisbie pi. 
Hainan Thomas, laborer, house 382 Cambridge 
Halse Alexander, brass molder, house 34 Brookline 
Halsted Byron D., student H. U., boards Chas. W. Mon- 
roe's, Sacramento place [mont 
Ham Daniel W., apothecary, 415 Cambridge, bds. 36 Fair- 
Ham James E., organ action maker, 624 Main, boards 5 

Cottage [North avenue 

Ham John, gardener, 116 North avenue, h. 1 Regent, near 
Ham Nathaniel, carpenter, house 5 Cottage 
Hamblen Allen, tin peddler, house 383 Cambridge 
Hamblet Edward P., student, boards 854 Main 
Hamblet Sarah E. Mrs., house 854 Main 
Hamburg Benjamin, house Harvey, near Clinton 
Hamill Samuel S., organ builder, 101 and 103 Gore, house 

121 Thorndike 
Hamill William S., bookkeeper (Lynn), bds. 21 Thorndike 
Hamilton Angus M., farm officer Deer Island, house 66 

Second 
Hamilton Annie, widow of John, house 17 Willard 
Hamilton Charles, compositor^ University Press, boards 12 

Dunster [hall 

Hamilton Charles A., student H. IT., rooms 13 Stoughton 
Hamilton Charles W., clerk (28 State, B.), boards 9 

Second street court [Second street court 

Hamilton George S., salesman (Washington, B.), boards 9 
Hamilton James, porter (107 Milk, B.), h. 56 Hastings 
Hamilton James, woodturner, h. 9 Second street court 
Hamilton John, laborer, house rear 104 Harvard 
Hamilton Peter G., laborer, house 23 Hastings 
Hamilton Robert W., clerk (Washington, corner Temple 

place, B.), boards 17 Willard 
Hamilton Rufus Mrs., house 34 Warren 
Hamilton Sarah, widow of Samuel, house 51 Vine 
Hamilton William, carpenter, house 171 Dublin 
Hamilton William J. C, head waiter (Tremont House, 

B.), house 64 Cherry [Rockwell 

Hamlen Willis C, clerk (51 North Market, B.), house 12 
Hamlin Charles E., at Zoological Museum, h. 11 Mellen 
Hamlin Emmons (M. & H. Organ Co.), 162 Broadway, 

house at Winchester 
Hamlin George B., printer (117 Hanover, B.) h. 98 Otis 
Hammond Betsey B., widow of Nathaniel O., house 166 

Cambridge [12 Forest 

Hammond George P., hats and caps (36 Hanover, B.), h. 
Hammond George W., engineer Cambridge Gas Works, 

house at Charlestown 



CAMBRIDGE [JJ] DIRECTORY. 197 

Hammond James M., glass cutter, house 75 Fifth 
Hammond John W. (Hammond & Pope), lawyer, 555 

Main, house 332 Broadway [Forest 

Hammond Joseph W., woolens (95 Arch, B.), h. 10 
Hammond Samuel, student H. IL, rms. 41 Holyoke house 
Hammond Thomas M., telegraph repairer, h. 16 Clark 
Hammond William, blacksmith, h. Bacon's blk., 125 Gore 
Hammond & Pope (John W. Hammond and Charles G. 

Pope), lawyers, 555 Main [Sixth 

Hammutz Joseph, at American Net & Twine Co., h. 89 
Hampson David, house 222 Green [Boston 

Hampton Edward P., hairdresser, 83 Cambridge, bds. at 
Hanafy James, hostler, 120 Green 

Hancock Belcher, harness maker, 570 Main, h.75 Franklin 
Hancock Charles E. (Hancock & Greely), carpenter, 113 

Broadway, house 46 Pleasant [lin 

Hancock Edwin F., harness maker, 570 Main, h. 75 Frank- 
Hancock John, harness maker, boards 75 Franklin 
Hancock Lewis, student H. U., rooms 4 Little's block 
Hancock Solomon, importer (76 State, B.), h. 7 Pearl 
Hancock & Greely (Charles E. Hancock and Leander 

Greely), carpenters and lumber dealers, 113 Broad- 
way 
Hand Bernard, laborer, house 140 Garden, cor. Donnell 
Hand James, musician (89 Court, room 6, B.), house 88 

Spring 
Handon Charles, printer, boards 157 Main 
Handren Michael Mrs., house 182 Green 
Haney James P. J. (Custom House, B.), h. 181 Bridge 
Haney Maria L., widow, house Avon place 
Hanify James, laborer, house 30 Soden 
Hankin John, last maker, house 347 Main 
Hanks Charles Steadman, student H. U., bds. 387 Harvard 
Hanks Steadman W., clergymen and Secretary Seamen's 

Friend Society (Beacon, corner Somerset, B.), house 

387 Harvard 
Hanley Cornelius, laborer, house 31 Carson 
Hanley Edward, traveling agent, house 88 Franklin 
Hanley John, varnisher W. L. Lockhart, h. at Charlestown 
Hanley John, baker, house 25 Banks 
Hanlon Edward, laborer, house 16 Hayes court 
Hanlon Edward, soap maker, house 14 Hayes court 
Hanlon George O., picture frame maker, h. 287 Cambridge 
Hanlon James, laborer, house 15 Hayes court 
Hanlon John, machinist, h. 3 Rogers block, Washington 
Hanlon John, house 104 Third 

Hanlon Michael, boards 3 Rogers block Washington 
Hanlon Morgan, fireman Revere Sugar Refinery, house 

159 Bridge [ington 

Hanlon Morris, machinist, house 3 Rogers block, Wash- 



198 CAMBRIDGE [JJ] DIRECTORY. 

Hanlon William, stone cutter, house 301 Cambridge 
Hanly John, packer, house 141 Elm 

Hanna James A., law student H. U., rooms 26 Holyoke 
Hanna Margaret, nurse, house Wallace, corner Garden 
Hanna William J., plumber and gas fitter, 188 North av- 
enue, house 36 Coggswell avenue [K. R. 
Hannaford Daniel W., laborer, h. Concord av., next F. 
Hannaford Patrick, teamster, house 7 Vine 
Hannaford Timothy, foreman, 518 and 520 Cambridge, 

boards 18 Hampshire [Market 

Hannah Robert C, stucco worker (6 River, B.), h. 47 
Hannon Ann, widow of John, house 154 Third 
Hannon John, laborer, boards 154 Third 
Hannon Martin J., iron weigher, house Rolling Mill. block, 

Bristol 
Hannon Patrick, laborer, house 110 Spring 
Hannon Thomas J., straight molder, h. 144 Thorndike 
Hannum Esther F. Miss, teacher Webster orrammar school, 

h. 27 William [bds. 27 William 

Hannum H. Flora Miss, teacher Willard primary school, 
Hannum Laura A., widow of Alexander, h. 27 William 
Hannum Leander M., grocer, 549 Main, h. 27 William 
Hanscom Arthur C, clerk (Kilby, c. State, B.), b. 4 Rice 
Hanscom Arthur L., student H. IT., rooms 9 Phillips pi. 
Hanscom Brothers (Charles A. & Frank A. Hanscom), 

provisions, 183 Harvard 
Hanscom Catherine, widow of Jacob, house 4 Rice 
Hanscom Charles A. (Hanscom Bros.), provisions, house 

49 Market 
Hanscom Daniel, carpenter, house 223 Putnam avenue 
Hanscom Emmons, clerk 471 Main, house 9 Kinnaird 
Hanscom Frank A. (Hanscom Bros.), provisions, 185 

Harvard, bds. 178 do. 
Hanscom Henry C, carpenter, house 223 Putnam av. 
Hanscom James F., clerk, boards 17 William 
Hanscom James S., foreman 92 Main, house 17 William 
Hanscom John, box maker, house 1 Seckel 
Hanscom William P., carpenter, house 68 Webster av. 
Hansen Christian, tailor (B.), house rear 128 Gore 
Hansen Morritz, cabinet maker, bds. 36 Cherry 
Hansis John C, wood molder Geldowsky, h. r. 117 Otis 
HANSON R. HENRY, provisions (15 and 17 Union 

market, B.), house 430 Main [place 

Hapgood Henry C, clerk, 150 Broadway, bds. 10 Far well 
Hapgood Luke B., boots and shoes (63 High, B.), house 

3 Walnut avenue, near Arlington 
Hapgood Luther, policeman, station 2, house 67 Norfolk 
Hapgood Richard, supt. U. R. Co., house 2 Prospect 
Haraden Julius B., porter Fresh Pond hotel, boards do. 



CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 199 

Harcus David E., at J. P. Squire & Co.'s, house 59 Sixth 
Hardengbrook Ambrose K., electrotyper, h. 66 Winsor 
Harding Benj. F., student H. U., rooms 1 Holyoke 
Harding Charles L., com. mer. (202 Devonshire, B.), h. 
560 Cambridge, cor. Maple av. [Maple av. 

Harding Edgar, com. mer. (202 Devonshire, B.), house 26 
Harding Edward K., house 267 Broadway- 
Harding Eliza, widow of Isaac, house 2 Antrim 
HARDING HAMLIN R., editor Cambridge Press, 531 
Main, and sec. Met. R. R. (16 Kilby, B.), house 20 
Clinton [Harvard 

Harding Isaac N., provisions (F. H. sq., B.), house 288 
Harding John B., student H. U., rms. 51 Matthews hall 
Harding Lewis B., student H. U., rooms 17 Weld hall 
Harding Richard B., jr., expressman (34 Faneuil Hall sq., 

B.), house 186 Norfolk 
Harding Samuel G., paper, twine, etc., house 40 Cottage 
Harding Walter H., clerk Water Registrar, b. 20 Clinton 
Harding Webb, silversmith (235 Washington, B.), house 

12 Suffolk 
Harding William, conductor U. R. Co., boards 5 South 
Hardwick Melbourne, engraver, boards 7 Upton 
Hardy Charles S., clerk (86 Harrison av., B.), h. 12 Jay 
Hardy Francis D., house 51 Pleasant 
Hardy Francis D., jr. (Henry Thayer & Co.), 150 Broad- 
way, house 50 Erie 
Hardy Frederick W., student H. IT., rooms 2 Hollis hall 
Hardy Harrison H., clerk 36 Third, rooms 86 Cambridge 
Hardy Joseph W., wheelwright, 4 Cambridge, bds. 58 do. 
Hare Francis A., steam fitter, house 22 School st. court 
Harford Charles, book binder Riverside Press, house Erie, 

cor. Brookline 
Harford William, laborer, house 58 Amory 
Harkins Alice, widow, h. Concord av., next F. R. R. 
Harkins James, house rear 175 Bridge 
Harkins John F., clerk, 18 Brattle, boards Foster court 
Harkins Philip P., saloon, 18 Brattle, house Foster court 
Harland John, laborer, house 2 Deacon 
Harlow Albert F., clerk Revere Sugar Refinery, Water, 

house 307 Broadway 
Harlow Andrew B., sexton Lee street church, h. 41 Pine 
Harlow Charles, trunk cleat maker, house 25 Clinton 
Harlow George L., salesman (450 Washington, B.), house 

46 Pine 
Harlow J. Hayden, clerk, 549 Main, house 56 Franklin 
Harlow Louise C. D. Miss, teacher Webster grammar 

school, boards 25 Clinton 
Harlow Walter C, clerk (88 North, B.), bds 25 Clinton 
Harlow William B., student H. U\, rms. 22 College house 



200 CAMBRIDGE [JJ] DIRECTORY. 

Harmon Alonzo A., teamster, house 119 Winsor 
Harmon Elizabeth T., widow of Peltiah, h. 30 Madison 
Harmon Nathaniel M., teamster, boards 43 Union 
Harmon William D., house 43 Union 
Harmon William F., teamster, house 43 Union 
Harnden Edwin H., clerk (394 Washington, B.), boards 

Elm, cor. Tenney 
Harney G. Julian, clerk Secretary of Commonwealth 

(State House, B.), house 16 Shepard 
Harney Michael Mrs., house 17 Tuttle 
Harney Patrick, mason, house 15 Tuttle 
Harran Frederick, currier, house 41 Harvey 
Harrell David, clothes cleaner, house 98 Webster av. 
Harries John D. C, shipping clerk Riverside Press, bds. 

51 Western avenue 
Harrigan Daniel, laborer University Press, house Palmer, 

near Church 
Harrigan Jeremiah, blacksmith, house 265 Cambridge 
Harrigan Michael, laborer, house 19 Harvard 
Harriman Alonzo S., policeman, house Arsenal grounds, 

Garden 
Harriman Bessie, widow of Winfield S., house 61 Sixth 
Harriman Jonathan T., engineer B. L. & N. R. R., bds. 27 

Second 
Harrington Adeline Miss, house rear 52 Fifth 
Harrington Albert O., hairdresser (72 State, B.), house 

opp. 4 Pioneer avenue 
Harrington Bartholomew, house 10 East 
Harrington Charles, student H. U., rooms 9 Weld hall 
Harrington Charles A., bookkeeper E. D. Sawyer & Co., 

12 Cambridge, house 60 Otis 
Harrington Cornelius, laborer, house Dailey's alley 
Harrington Daniel, laborer, house 13 Brewery 
Harrington Daniel, assistant janitor Zoological Museum, 

house rear 65 Mt. Auburn 
Harrington Dennis, laborer, boards rear 198 Bridge 
Harrington Edward J., bookkeeper (Chelsea, E. B.), bds. 

6 Fifth 
Harrington Eliza Mrs., house 60 Brattle 
Harrington Henry, tinplate worker, house rear 20 Prince 
Harrington James, laborer, house 17 McCabe 
Harrington James, laborer, boards rear 198 Bridge 
Harrington James, jr., teamster, boards 17 McCabe 
Harrington Jeremiah, hostler, house Murray, near Eliot 
Harrington Jeremiah, liquors, 2 Winter, house 4 do. 
Harrington John, hostler J. Pike & Co., house Murray 
HARRINGTON JOHN, marble dealer (441 Tremont, 

B.), house 242 Harvard 
Harrington John, house rear 198 Bridge 



CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 201 

Harrington John L., engineer and surveyor, city engineer's 

office, City hall, boards 84 Chestnut 
Harrington Margaret, widow of Patrick, house 4 Third 
Harrington Mary E., widow of John, house 6 Fifth 
Harrington Mary E. G. Miss, school teacher, boards 84 

Chestnut 
Harrington Roger, hostler U. R. Co., h. 39 Cowperthwaite 
Harrington Stephen H., cracker dealer, house 122 Elm 
Harrington Sylvester, clerk House of Correction, house 

at Lexington 
Harrington Thomas W., currier, boards 4 Third 
Harrington Timothy, hostler J. Pike & Co., house 36 

Charles River 
Harrington Timothy, gardener, 741 Main, h. 158 Green 
Harrington Timothy, laborer, house 17 Warren 
Harrington William, molder, house 40 Washington 
HARRINGTON WILWAM H., lawyer, 593>£ Main 

and (235 Washington, B.), house 4 Beech 
Harrington Winthrop G., compositor University Press, 

house 84 Chestnut [Elm 

Harris Alfred, carpenter and builder, house Russell, next 
Harris Augustine, machinist, house 27 Walnut 
Harris Benjamin, mason, boards 26 Somerset 
Harris Catherine H., widow of T. Wm., h. 8 Holyoke pi. 
Harris Charles W., house 43 Washington 
Harris Darius, laborer, house 45 Hastings 
Harris Elmer W., real estate broker (37 Old State House, 

B.), house 36 Austin 
Harris Emma F. Miss, private school, Hancock, opposite 

Chatham, boards 8 Holyoke place 
Harris George, fish and oysters, 154>£ Harvard, h. 156 do. 
Harris George Mrs., fancy goods, 156 Harvard, house do. 
Harris George C, clerk, house 11 Pleasant place 
Harris James, water inspector (City hall, B.), house 73 

Fourth 
Harris James G., transfer agent U. P. R. R. (44 Equita- 
ble building, B.), boards 16 Prospect 
Harris James Winthrop, secretary of H. U., h. Francis 

avenue, off Kirkland 
Harris John F., cook, house 33 Dunster 
Harris Joseph, caterer, house 131 Columbia 
Harris J. Watson, house 50 William 
Harris Louise W. Miss, teacher Willard primary school, 

boards 50 William 
Harris Lucinda Miss, house 13 Cherry [Austin 

Harris Philip W., salesman (18 Chauncy, B.), house 91 
Harris Stephen S., upholsterer, 7 Brattle, h. 26 Antrim 
Harris Thomas, laborer, house 21 Hastings 
Harris Thomas D., laborer, h. Portland, near Hastings 



202 CAMBRIDGE [JJ] DIRECTORY. 

Harris William, laborer, house 191 Mt. Auburn 
Harrison Edward A., agent (49 Union, B.), boards 65 

North avenue 
Harrison George, glass cutter, boards 92 Spring 
Harrison John, glass cutter (Toronto, Canada), h. 92 Spring 
Harrison Mitchell, student H. U., rms. 18 Holworthy hall 
Harrison Paul E., carpenter, house 2 Sands 
Harrison William H., bill poster (4 Alden court, B.), bds. 

Porter's station, North avenue 
Harrod Charlotte A. Miss, boards 646 Cambridge 
Harrod Frances J. Miss, teacher Sargent primary school, 

boards 646 Cambridge 
Harrod W. Albert, milkman, house 3 Ballord place 
Hart Abram, cigar maker, house 61 Brookline 
Hart Albert B., student H. U., rooms 41 College House 
Hart Daniel, laborer, house 62 Amory 
Hart George, cigar maker, hous% 61 Brookline 
Hart Harry, laborer, house rear 12>£ Winter 
Hart John, laborer, boards 13 Valentine 
Hart John P., fruit peddler, house 118 Cambridge 
Hart Julia, widow of Bernard, house 17 Winter 
Hart Margaret Mrs., house 49 Brookline 
Hart Walter, printer Riverside Press, house 3 Jay 
Hart William, laborer, boards 13 Valentine 
Hartness George, house 11 Willard 
Hartnett Daniel, house 190 Bridge 
Hartnett John, laborer, house 11 Short 
Hartnett Julia, widow of Thomas, house 31 Clark 
Hartnett Nora, widow, house rear 44 Washington 
Hartnett Thomas, boards 31 Clark 
Hartney Mortimer, currier, house 206 Franklin 
Hartshorn Chas. R., law student H. U., rms. 26 Holyoke 
Hartshorn Jas. F., woodturner, h. 223 Broadway, room 5 
Hartshorn Joseph, upholsterer (21 Charles, B.), house 86 

Thorndike 
Hartra John, hostler U. R. Co., house 6 Baldwin place 
Hartwell Brothers (J. Edwin and George A. Hartwell), 

provisions, Inman square, 531 Cambridge 
Hartwell Charles H., provision dealer, 126 Cambridge, 

house 98 Thorndike 
Hartwell Frank, clerk, 126 Cambridge, bds. 98 Thorndike 
Hartwell George A. (Hartwell Brothers), provisions, In- 
man square, 531 Cambridge, house 22 Antrim 
Hartwell George H., clerk( 450 Washington, B.), house 

106 Austin 
Hartwell James K., house 26 Prince 
Hartwell James T., clerk (30 Dock sq., B.), h. 26 Prince 
Hartwell John A., clerk, 126 Cambridge, house 148 do. 
Hartwell J. Edwin (Hartwell Brothers), provisions, In- 
man square, 531 Cambridge, boards 22 Austin 



CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 203 

Hartwell Mary E. Miss, teacher Gore primary school, 

boards 28 Sixth [house at Dorchester 

Hartwell William H., hay, grain and straw, 42 Bridge, 
Hartz Frederick, laborer, house 7 Eighth 
Hartz Michael, oil finisher, house 118^- Harvard 
Harvard Laundry, 6 Douglass, Geo. W. Bates, proprietor 
Harvard University Botanical Garden, junction Garden, 

Linnaean and Raymond [bridge and Quincy 

Harvard University Gymnasium, Broadway, junction Cam- 
Harvey Alexander, student H. U., rms. 3 Matthews Hall 
Harvey Charles, porter (11 India, B.), house 10 Bath 
Harvey Fanny C. Mrs., house 248 North avenue 
Harvey John G., boards C. B. Moulton's, Mt. Pleasant 
Harvey Jos. W., wheelwright, 4 Cambridge, bds. 58>£ do. 
Harvey Samuel C, house 49 Cottage 
Harvie Charles W., carpenter, house 4 Blanche 
Harwood Harrison, county commissioner, Court House, 

house at Natick [block, 428 Harvard 

Hasbrouck Melvin, student H. U., rooms 10 Dolton's 
Haseltine Lydia L., widow of Moses, h. 10 White, n. Elm 
Haskell Barnabas D. jr., salesman (5 Winthrop square, 

B.), house 33 Orchard 
Haskell Isabella G. Miss, dressmaker, house 51 Pleasant 
Haskell Rachel J., widow of Dudley, h. 43 Western av. 
Haskell Samuel E., hairdresser, house 98 Main 
Haskell William E., diarymaker, house 95 Magazine 
Haskell William H., cabinetmaker, M. & H. O. Co., house 

34 Amory [ton), h. 839 Main 

Haskins David G. Rev., rector St. Johns church (Arling- 
Haskins David G., jr., lawyer (23 Court, B.), b. 839 Main 
Haskins John, wood and coal (Somerville), house 100 

Webster avenne 
Haslauer Jean Baptiste, laborer, house foot Harvey 
Hassett Simon, gardener, house 41 Baldwin 
Hastings Alphonso W. flour (B.), house Otis, cor. Fourth 
Hastings Andrew J., clerk (U. S. treasury, B.), house 59 

Market 
Hastings Bernard, laborer, house rear 159 Broadway 
Hastings B. Frank, boards 3 Ashburton place 
Hastings Charles W., at Cambridge Laundry, Soden, 

boards 32 Western avenue [House 

Hastings Edward H., student H. U., rooms 29 Holyoke 
Hastings Edward R., student H. U., rms. 4 Little's block 
Hastings Emiline C, widow of Samuel E., house 1 State 
Hastings Frank W., clerk, 89 Cambridge, bds. 5 Russell 
Hastings George, restaurant, 2 Holyoke, next Harvard, 

house at Somerville [2 Central place 

Hastings George H., printer (324 Washington, B.), house 
Hastings Harriet, widow of Thomas B., house 44 William 



204 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Hastings Jennie, wid. of Joseph W., h. r. 113 Thorndike 
Hastings John F., peddler, house rear 36 Harvard 
Hastings Lewis M., civil engineer, City Engineer's office, 

City Hall, boards 65 Austin [61 Harvard 

Hastings Michael, foreman Hale, Teele & Bisbee, house 
Hastings Oliver, house 101 Brattle 
Hastings Watson B., insurance agent, 89 Cambridge (Hill 

building, Union sq, Somerville), and (7 Exchange 

place, B.), house 5 Russell 
HASTINGS W. B. & CO. ( Watson B. Hastings), insur- 
ance agents, 89 Cambridge (Hill bldg., 37 Union sq., 

Somerville), and (7 Exchange place, B.) 
Hatch Andrew J., bookkeeper (B.), house 121 Prospect 
Hatch A. Rebecca Miss, boards 7 Park 
Hatch Benjamin F. (Hatch & Co.), express, 6 Brattle and 

(91 Kilby, B.), house 21 Wallace 
Hatch Caroline B. Miss, boards 7 Park [Warland 

Hatch Edmund W., book binder Riverside Press, house 6 
Hatch George B., student H. U., rooms 45 College house 
Hatch Hattie M. Mrs., house 61 Auburn 
Hatch Isaiah, mason, boards 44 Antrim 
Hatch James H. L., clerk, 430 Broadway, h. 155 Main 
Hatch Simeon L., expressman, house 37 Garden 
Hatch Thomas D., bookkeeper, house 6 Warland 
Hatch & Co. (Benjamin F. Hatch), express, 1 Brewer's 

block and (36 Court square, B.) 
Hatfield Lyman (191 Fort Hill square, B.\ h. 137 Oxford 
Hatfield Sheridan L. (191 Fort Hill sq., B.), b. 137 Oxford 
Hathaway Caroline Miss, house 21 Coggswell avenue 
Hathaway Eliza Miss, house 21 Coggswell avenue 
Hathaway J. G., student, rooms 14 Dunster 
Hathaway Maria D., widow of Galen, house 56 Erie 
Hatley William F., mason, rooms 17 Winthrop 
Hatten Henry, coal and wood, 381 Main, h. 13 Winsor 
Hattenburg George, laborer, house 7 Appian-way 
Haven Henry P. Mrs., house 61 Auburn 
Havey Mary, widow, house 482 Cambridge 
Havey William, baker F. A. Kennedy, b. 482 Cambridge 
Hawes Edward S., student H. U., rms. 32 Stoughton hall 
Hawes Forest G., provisions (8 Boylston market, B.), h. 

59K Western avenue [ern av. 

Hawes Frank T., clerk (46 F. H. market, B.), h. 8 West- 
Hawes Nathaniel Ware, assistant professor of Operative 

Dentistry H. U., house at Boston 
Hawes William G., horse shoer, 124 Main, h. at Melrose 
Hawkes Hanora, widow, house 4, rear 191 Hampshire 
Hawkes Henry A., laborer, house Front street court 
Hawkes James, switchman B. & M. R. R., house 6 East 
Hawkes Levi (Levi Hawkes & Co.), plumber, 599J Main, 

boards Warland 



CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 205 

HAWKES LEVI & CO. (Levi Hawkes and John Craw- 
ford), plumbers, 599^ Main 
Hawkes Mark E. H., photographer (51 Washington, B.), 

boards ?08 Cambridge 
Hawkins Bartlett H., house 225 Broadway, room 6 
Hawkins Charles A., teamster, h. 223 Broadway, room 4 
Hawkins Christopher C, teamster, house 193 Broadway 
Hawkins Christopher C, sausage maker, h. 54 Sacramento 
Hawkins Eugene D., student H. U., rooms 30 Weld hall 
Hawkins Jewett P., laborer, house 141 Columbia 
Hawkins Louise, widow of George W., h. 95 Hampshire 
Hawkins William, teamster Doe & Hunnewell, house 

Hawkins' block, Charles, east of Third 
Hawley Thomas C, student H. U., rooms 36 North av. 
Hawley William, paper collar maker, 10 Arrow, house at 

Somerville 
Hay Henry A., bookkeeper (18 Kilby, B.),bds. 686 Main 
Hay Henry C, student H. IJ., rooms 19 Stoughton hall 
Hay den David D., carpenter, h. Parker, near Concord av. 
Hayden Edward M., action maker M. & H. Organ Co., h. 

66 Columbia [avenue 

Hayden Elizabeth, widow of Frederick A., h. 10 Concord 
Hayden Henry S., carpenter, house 17 Rockwell 
Hayden Howard A., clerk (18 Milk, B.), boards D. D. 

Hayden's, Parker 
Hayden Irene S. Mrs., janitress Felton hall, Cambridge, 

corner Trowbridge, house do. 
Hayden James T., supt. Walworth Manufacturing Co. 

machine shop, 368 Main, house 38 Austin 
Hayden Joel Mrs., house 58 Shepard 
Hayden Joseph L., foreman steel shop Walworth Mnfg. 

Co., 368 Main, house 44 Austin 
Hayden Lizzie D. Miss, dressmaker, bds. 11 Mt. Auburn 
Hayden Lydia, widow of Edward, house 3 Suffolk 
Hayden Perez M., house 14 Jay 

Hayden William, molder, 368 Main, boards 69 Moore 
Hayden William N., house 3 Suffolk 
Hayden Zebah, carpenter, house 25 Mt. Auburn 
HAYES ALEXANDER L., solicitor of patents (17 

Pemberton sq., B.), b. John L. Hayes', Elmwood av. 
Hayes Alvin, house 8 Perry 

Hayes Ann, widow of Daniel, house 41 Bolton [av. 

Hayes Charles H., at Dover Stamping Co., b. 180 Putnam 
Hayes Daniel, blacksmith, house 22 Webster avenue 
Hayes Daniel J., brick mason, boards 41 Bolton 
Hayes David, wheelwright, house 132 River 
Hayes Dennis J., laborer, boards 41 Bolton 
Hayes Edmund, boarding house, 16 Dunster 
Hayes Edward F., cracker baker, bds. 45 Banks 



206 CAMBRIDGE []J] DIRECTORY. 

Hayes Emma F. Miss, milliner (127 Tremont, B.), boards 

13 Norton 
Hayes Frederick, student H. XL, rooms 39 Weld hall 
Hayes Gustavus D., machinist, house 19 Plyrrlouth 
Hayes Henry, express, office at A. H. Ramsay's, Harvard 

sq., and (32 Court sq., B.), house 22 Shepard 
Hayes James, brass finisher (71 Sudbury, B.), boards rear 

27 Vine 
Hayes Jeremiah, teamster, house 73 Sixth 
Hayes John, laborer, house rear 15 Flagg 
Hayes John, telegraph operator, boards 45 Banks 
Hayes John B., trunk maker, house 391 Cambridge 
Hayes John E., cigar maker (Roxbury), bds. r. 27 Vine 
Hayes John J., cooper, house 102 Gore 
Hayes John L., sec. National Association of Wool Mnfrs. 

(11 Pemberton sq., B.), house Elmwood avenue, opp. 

Mount Auburn 
Hayes John S., tin plate worker, boards 5 Rockwell 
Hayes John T., laborer, house 187 Franklin 
Hayes Joseph K., jr., bookkeeper (190 Congress, B.), 

house 3 Pleasant place [Norton 

Hayes Luther F., shipping clerk (119 State, B.), bds. 13 
Hayes Luther S., carpenter, Mill, foot of Holyoke house 

13 Norton 
Hayes Michael, laborer, house 45 Banks 
Hayes Michael, tailor (50 Lincoln, B.), h. 202 Bridge 
Hayes Michael F., boards 45 Banks 
Hayes Patrick, telegraph operator, house 8 Beaver 
Hayes Peter, laborer, house rear 27 Vine 
Hayes Sarah E. Miss, house 32 North avenue 
Hayes Stephen A., foreman Thurston, Hall & Co., house 

105 Winsor [13 Norton 

Hayes Walter H., salesman (54 Commerce, B.), boards 
HAYES WILLIAM A., jr., counsellor (41 Sears building, 

B.), bds. John L. Hayes', Elmwood av. 
Hay man Ira, laborer, house 2 Brooks 
Hayrnan Madison B., teamster, house 2 Brooks 
Haynes Henry A., clerk Boston Stamping Works, Third, 

house 30 Bigelow 
Haynes James, laborer, house 40 Washington 
Haynes Mary Miss, house 50 Cottage 
Haynes Matilda, widow of George, house 7 Summer 
Haynes Michael H., iron molder, boards 40 Washington 
Hay ward Alraira L., librarian Dana librarv, Main, corner 

Temple, bds. 19 Beech 
Hayward Elizabeth C. Miss (Bancroft & Hay ward), fancy 

goods, 434 Cambridge, house do. 
Hayward Florence M., teacher Riverside primary school, 

boards 771 Main [18 Watson 

Hayward George A. (Work & Hayward), job wagon, h. 



CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 207 

Havwarcl Harriet L., teacher Shepard grammar school, 
" bds. 229 North av. [Story 

Hayward Walter F., salesman, 13 Harvard row, house 16 
Hay ward William P., house Elm, corner Beech 
Haywood George A., house 18 Watson 
Haywood James, laborer, house 24 Vine 
Haywood Walter, baker, house 3 Harding 
Haywood, see also Hey wood 

Hazel Benjamin C, painter, boards 67 Washington 
Hazel Benjamin G., carpenter, house 67 Washington 
Hazel William, teamster, house 11 Murdock 
Hazel William A., draughtsman, boards 67 Washington 
Hazeltine Carrie H., teacher Washington grammar school, 

boards 25 William 
Hazeltine Margaret W., widow of George, dressmaker, h. 

25 William 
Hazelton Nathan C, porter (33 India, B.), h. 23 Fifth 
Hazelwood Ann E., widow of Francis T., h. 70 School 
Hazelwood Geo. F., pianoforte action maker, h. 70 School 
Hazen Daniel M., trav. agt. F. A. Kennedy, h. 38 Tremont 
Hazen Frank P., trav. agt. F. A. Kennedy, b. 38 Tremont 
Hazlett Andrew, house 365 North avenue 
Hazlett John M., foreman U. R. Co. stable, h. 125 Winsor 
Hazlett Joseph, teamster, house 8 Camden place 
Hazlett Robert, teamster, boards 191 Mount Auburn 
Hazlett Wm. H., foreman Woodbury's planing mill, First, 

house 126 Thorndike 
Hazlett William Henry, laborer, house 7 Sparks 
Heald Charles E., table mnfr. (E. B.), house 90 Winsor 
Heald Fred. E., milkman, boards 79 Thorndike 
Heald W. L, tin plate worker, bds. 32 Cherry 
Healey Ellen, widow of John, h. Ninth, n. Cambridge 
Healey John J., finisher Mason & Hamlin Organ Co., bds. 

Ninth, near Cambridge 
Healey Robert B., carpenter, house 10 Prince 
Heard Richard, student H. TJ., rooms 20 Gray's hall 
Hearsey John A., tin stamper, boards 64 Columbia 
Hearsey Wm. E., harness maker (150 Tremont, B.), house 
64 Columbia [9 Wendell 

Heath Charles H., stock broker (2 Change av., B.), house 
Heatley I. Sanford, carpenter, house 6 Tufts 
Heavey Malachi, baker, 502 Main, house at Charlestown 
Heavey William, baker, boards 482 Cambridge 
Heazle Frank, molder, boards 516 Main 
Hebard Albert K., foreman and regulator M. & H. Organ 
Co., house 147 Harvard [way, h. 427 do. 

Hebbard Albert (Hebbard Car Spring Co.), 181 Broad- 
Hebbard Albert H., bookkeeper, 181 Broadway, b. 427 do. 
Hebbard Car Spring Co., 181 Broadway 



208 CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 

Hebbard Charles C, clerk, 559 Main, bds. 427 Broadway- 
Heckle Oscar, varnisher F. Geldowsky, h. 36 Cambridge 
Hector Thomas Xxvier, printer Riverside Press, house 42 

Fairmont 
Hedge Frederic H. Rev., professor of German and in- 
structor in ecclesiastical history H. U., house 48 No. 
avenue 
Heeney William, cigar maker, house 389 Main 
Heeney William A., cigar maker, house 389 Main 
Heffern Andrew D., student H. XL, l^ns. 13 College house 
Heffernan David, liquors, etc., 472 Cambridge, house 156 
Prospect [Cambridge, h. do. 

Heffernan Joseph, shoemaker, and coal and wood, 401 
Heffernan Michael, blacksmith, boards 189 Spruce 
Heffernan William, laborer, boards 189 Spruce 
Hefler John A., carpenter, house 11 Hamilton 
Hegner Francis, locksmith (Brattle, B.), house r. 68 Vine 
Hegner Lad wig, musical instrument maker, h. 58 Vine 
Heileman William, boot and shoe manufacturer (125 Cam- 
bridge, B.), house 71 River 
Heilge John H., expressman, house 187 Broadway 
Heintzemann Carl H., printer, house 56 Brighton 
Heisler Henry E., law student H. U., bds. 13 Mt. Auburn 
Helgert Frederick, currier, h. Jackson, next cor. Harvey 
Hellen Elizabeth, widow of Robert, house rear 12 Short 
Hellmann John ;L., jeweler (Washington, B.), house 

125J^ Spring 
Hemenway B. Miss, house 72 Auburn 
Hemenway Charles M., student H. U., rms. 17 Thayer hall 
Hemenway S. Miss, house 72 Auburn 
Henchman Nathaniel H., secretary N. E. Trust Co. (16 

Water, B.), house 294 Harvard 
Henderson vBros. (John J. and Robert Henderson, jr.), 

carriage makers, 232 North avenue, opp. Walden 
Henderson Charles W., junk dealer, house 118 Pearl 
Henderson Frank D., laborer, house 12 Hamilton 
Henderson George R., carriage painter, 270 No. avenue, 
boards 268 do. [room 7 

Henderson George W., brick mason, house 223 Broadway, 
Henderson Harold G., student H. U., rooms 5 Beck hall 
Henderson Jas., laborer, h. Montgomery, 2d from Harvey- 
Henderson James A., carriage maker, 350 North avenue, 

house 352 do. 
Henderson John J. (Henderson Bros.), carriage maker, 

232 North avenue, opp. Walden, house 7 Chester 
Henderson Lawrence, laborer, h. Plymouth, n. Berkshire 
Henderson Patrick, hostler, 70 Norfolk, rooms do. 
Henderson Richard S., carpenter, house 19 Hews 
Henderson Robert, carriage manufacturer, 270 North 
avenue, house 268 do. 



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Henderson Robert, jr. (Henderson Bros.), carriage maker, 

232 North avenue, opp Walden, h. 244 North av. 
Henderson Thomas C, clerk P. O., boards 5 Kinnaird 
Henderson William, junk dealer, house 123 Pearl 
Henderson William, plumber (Province ct., B.), h. 83 Vine 
Henderson William, laborer, house 15 Brewery- 
Henderson William F., shades (103 Washington, B.), h. 

91 Fourth 
Hendley Lucy J., widow of Otis, house 40 Orchard 
Hendry George E., boiler maker, 92 Main, house 6 Tufts 
Henley Francis O. (F. O. Henley & Co.), horse shoers, 

Soden, near the laundry, house 12 Norfolk 
Henley F. O. & Co. (Francis O. Henley), horse shoers, 

Soden, near the laundry 
Hennessey Esther, widow of Michael, h. 458 Cambridge 
Hennessey James, laborer, house 124 Dublin 
Hennessey James, laborer, honse 161 )£ Broadway 
Hennessey James, printer, house 159 Green 
Hennessey James H., teamster, house 10 Hastings 
Hennessey John, tailor, house 4 Rogers block, Main 
Hennessey Lawrence, laborer, house Potter, near Third 
Hennessey Michael F., bookkeeper (149 Pearl, B.), house 

16 Webster avenue 
Henniger Amy, house 15 Dyke 
Henny Frank, baker 79 Cambridge, bds. 108 do. 
Henry Charles P., medical student, boards 37 Pleasant 
Henry James, laborer, house Bell court, near Allston 
Henry James, cabinet maker, house 47 School 
Henry James, jr., laborer, house Bell court, near Allston 
Henry James S., cabinet maker, house 43 Cedar 
Henry John, blacksmith, boards Bell court 
Henshaw John, boards 23 Craigie 
Henshaw John A., house 23 Craigie 
Hensby John W., watchman, house 177 Main 
Herbert Henry, laborer, house 4 Cowperthwaite 
Herelihy James, laborer, house 190 Hampshire 
Herelihy Jeremiah, hostler Bancroft's Ex. stable, Somer- 

ville av., bds. do. 
Herlihy John, stone cutter, Gore's wharf, house at Newton 
Herlihy William, laborer, house 277 Cambridge 
Herman John, currier, boards 147 Columbia 
Hermann James, law student H. U., rooms 10 Frisbie pi. 
Hermans Anna, widow of Hobart, h. Munroe, n. Third 
Hermans Henry, machinist, house Monroe, near Third 
Hermans Paul, laborer, boards Munroe, near Third 
Herness Cornelius, laborer, house 224 Bridge 
Heron Joseph, optician, 437 Main, house do. 
Heron Mary Mrs., dry goods, 437 Main, house do. 
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210 CAMBRIDGE [JQ DIRECTORY. 

Heron Samuel, groceries and provisions, 281 Cambridge, 

house do. 
Heron William J., plasterer, house 418 Cambridge 
Herrick Frank C, clerk (41 Franklin, B.), b. 202 Harvard 
Herrick Israel, shoe cutter, house 202 Harvard 
Herrick William A., lawyer (33 School, B.), h. 7 Norton 
Herring Francis A., overseer Union R. Co. stable (Som- 
erville), house 6 Frank [Plymouth 

Herrington Robert C, printer (31 State, B.), house 7 
Herrington Robert C, jr., printer, boards 7 Plymouth 
Hersey Jeremiah F., piano key maker, boards 154 Green 
Hersey William David, clerk, boards 157 Green 
Hertach Samuel, laborer, house 57 Charles 
Hertech John, pocketbook maker, house 7 Mullen's court 
Hervey Frank H., billiards, Estes block, 15 Brattle, house 

at Exeter, N. H. 
Hess Hiram, steam pipe fitter, house 25 Union 
Hess John, teamster (B.), house rear 39 Union 
Hewes Andrew J., stamper, house 4 Pjoneer avenue 
Hewes Catherine, widow of John, house 18 Decatur 
Hewett Asa W., trav. agent F. A. Kennedy, h. 98 Norfolk 
Hewett John E., clerk 502 Main, boards 98 Norfolk 
Hewins John A., spring bed maker, house rear 24 Front 
Hew T ins Parke W., student H. U., rooms 16 Trowbridge 
Hewlett A. Molineaux Mrs., house 23 Dunster 
Hewlett Emanuel Molineaux, law student Boston Univer- 
sity (Beacon, B.), boards 23 Dunster 
Hewlett Paul P. Molineaux, clerk (Boston P. G.), boards 

23 Dunster 
Hews Albert H.(A. H. Hews & Co.), earthen ware, Cres- 
cent avenue, cor. Raymond, house 192 North avenue, 
cor. Beech 
Hews Augustus H., boards 291 Broadway 
Hews A. Jackson, house 4 Pioneer avenue 
Hews Catherine, widow of John, house 291 Broadway 
Hewson John M., boots and shoes, 428 Cambridge, h. do. 
Heycroft Joseph B., laborer, house 9 Farwell place 
Heydacker Lewis, foreman cabinet maker, Doe & Hunne- 

well, First, house 1 Seventh 
Heyden Henry, galvanizer, house 125 Harvard 
Heymer John C, stereotyper (171 Devonshire, B.), house 
22 Wendell [n. Spring 

Heyn Frederick A., sausagemaker R. Weitze, house Eighth, 
Heywood George A., grain (130 State, B.),bds. 85 Inman 
Heywood Maria L. Miss, house 149 Austin 
Heywood William Mrs., house 351 Harvard 
Hezelton Lorenzo W., expressman, house 5 Franklin 
Hezlitt George, stone cutter, house 29 Kinnaird 
,Hezlitt George M., stone cutter, boards 29 Kinnaird 



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Hezlitt John A., stone cutter, boards 29 Kinnaird 
Hezlitt Robert, stone cutter, house rear 241 Mt. Auburn 
Hezlitt Thomas, stone cutter, house Brown, cor. Foster 
Hezlitt Wm. H., clerk 63 Norfolk, boards 29 Kinnaird 
Hibbard George A., student H. XL, rooms 2 Weld hall 
Hickey James, laborer, house 120 Webster avenue 
Hickey John A., chairmaker, boards 120 Webster avenue 
Hickey John J., bread driver, house 153 Green 
Hickey Michael, stone cutter, house 45 Cambridge 
Hickey Michael, laborer, house McCabe, near Cambridge 
Hickey Michael W., action maker M. & H. O. Co., house 

5 Mill 
Hickey Patrick H., stereotyper, house 134 Pleasant 
Hickey Thomas L., carver, boards 120 Webster avenue 
Hickey Wm. H., stone cutter, boards 45 Cambridge 
Hickie John J., driver baker's wagon M. J. Doyle, house 

153 Green 
Hicks Samuel W., tinsmith 605 Main, house 5 West 
Hicks Thomas, miller, house 33 Union 
Hicks Thomas J., bootmaker, 97 Cambridge, h. 125 Gore 
Hicks William C, tubeboard maker M. & H. Organ Co., 

bds. 46 Western avenue 
Hidden William H., dry goods (68 and 70 Summer, B.), 

house 259 Harvard 
Higgins Andrew M., carpenter, house 12 Warland 
Higgins Benjamin F., carpenter, house 50 Columbia 
Higgins David, painter, boards 20 Suffolk 
Higgius Edward, house 112 Cambridge 
Higgins Edwin S., carpenter, boards 12 Warland [man 
Higgins Elbridge S., molder 113 Broadway, bds. Board- 
Higgins James, merchant tailor, 112 Cambridge, h. do. 
Higgins James W., pastor Harrison avenue M. E. Church 

(Boston), boards 112 Cambridge 
Higgins John, laborer, house 124 Brookline 
Higgins John, jr., upholsterer, boards 124 Brookline 
Higgins John H., clerk (183 Washington, B.), house 183 

Columbia 
Higgins Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. r. 423 Cambridge 
Higgins Martin, laborer, house 40 First, r. 34 Cambridge 
Higgins Mary A. Mrs., millinery and dressmaking, 112 

Cambridge, house do. 
Higgins Patrick, laborer, boards 32 Auburn 
Higgins Richard F., clerk 621 Main, boards 82 Magazine 
Higgins Solon O. (Snow & Higgins), provisions and gro- 
ceries, 116 Pearl, house do. 
Higgins Sumner C, tin worker, 653 Main, h. 34 Hamilton 
Higgins Thomas, boards 124 Brookline 
Higgins Thomas F., hack driver at Pike's stable, Church, 

house 8 Foster 



212 CAMBRIDGE []J] DIRECTORY. 

Higgins Warren R., cracker dealer, bds. 21 Western ave. 
Higgins William H., carpenter, Allen, next North avenue, 

house Regent, near North avenue 
Highland Michael, boards 106 Tremont 
Highland Patrick, house 106 Treraont [Boston 

Hilbron Nathaniel A., printer University Press, house at 
Hildreth Almeda S., housekeeper, house Mount Vernon, 

near North avenue 
Hildreth. A. Edwin, president Cambridge Gas Light Co., 

and president Bates Manufacturing Co., house 62 

North avenue 
Hildreth Chas. W., provisions (35 Fleet, B.), h. 82£ Green 
Hildreth John L., physician, 37 Brattle, house do. 
Hildreth Stanley B., agricultural implement manufacturer 

(Harvard), house 62 North avenue 
HilL Adams Sherman, Boylston professor of rhetoric and 

oratory H. U., house Reservoir [r. 48 Clark 

Hill Alexander, engineer Boston Rolling Mill, Portland, h. 
Hill Charles P., fly finisher M. & H. Organ Co., house at 

Newton 
Hill David, marble cutter, boards rear 209 Mount Auburn 
Hill David J., pressman University Press, house 21 Geiry 
Hill Edward, carriage smith, house 31 Harding 
Hill Edward, tailor, 538 Main, house 536 do. 
Hill Hannah A., widow of William A., house 62 Pearl 
Hill Hannah B., widow, of Nathaniel, house 104 Prospect 
Hill Hannah L., teacher Allston grammar school, boards 

35 Essex [Hammond, n. Oxford 

Hill Henry B., assistant professor of chemistry H. U., h. 
Hill Holmes, jobber, house 96 Webster avenue 
Hill James A., waiter Memorial hall, rms. 77 Mt. Auburn 
Hill James D., coachman, house 20 Brewer 
Hill John W., brush maker, house 12 Third 
Hill Joseph Alexander, engineer Boston Rolling Mill, 

Portland, house rear 48 Clark [man 

Hill J. Frank, regulator M. & H. Organ Co., h. 103 In- 
Hill J. Henry, key finisher, 139 Broadway, bds 19 Plymouth 
Hill Timothy Mrs., house rear 209 Mount Auburn 
Hill William, laborer, house rear 209 Mount Auburn 
Hill William B., student H. U., rooms 3 Wallace 
Hill William B., house 104 Prospect 
Hill Winchell N., machinist, house 178 Harvard 
Hillern Hugh A., laborer, house 78 Bolton 
Hillery John, soap maker, house 4 Portland 
Hillery Martin, tailor, house 33 Elmer 
Hillery Mary, widow of Thomas, house rear 11 Sparks 
Hilliard Samuel D., shoemaker, 32 Winsor, house do. 
Hilliker John, hairdresser, house 19 Banks 
Hillman John J., silver plater (24 Sudbury, B.), house 

156 Thorndike 






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Hillman Minnie G. Miss, boards 156 Thorndike 
Hills Frank M., student H. U., rooms 14 Kirkland place 
Hills George W., student H. IJ., rooms 9 Thayer hall 
Hills Henry S., furniture (53 Fulton, B.), h. 78 Thorndike 
Hills William B., instructor in chemistry H. XL, house 59 

Langdon 
Hills William H., student H. U., rooms 8 College house 
Hilton Gustavus A., student H. XL, rooms 13 Holworthy 
hall [9 Forest 

Hilton James M., produce (cellar 3 F. H. market, B.), h. 
Hilton James M., house 47 Oxford 
HILTON JOSEPH F., provisions (5 F. H. market, B.). 

house 215 Harvard 
Hilton Lavinia F., widow, house 117 Columbia 
Hilton Thomas B., hairdresser, boards 117 Columbia 
Hinckley Henry Rev., pastor Broadway Baptist Society, 

house 115 Prospect 
Hinckley Nelson B., molder, house 9 Wi'nsor 
Hinds Benjamin, laborer, house 14 Conlon's court 
Hinds Joseph, cigar maker, house 14 Charles River 
Hines Fletcher S., student H. XL, bds. 44 Mt. Auburn 
Hines Joseph, in Boston rolling mill, Portland, house 

Rolling Mill block 
Hines Richard B., traveling agent (Chauncy, cor. Bed- 
ford, B.), house 12 Day 
Hinman Joseph, house 48 Magazine 

Hinrichs Henry C, provisions, 130 Inman, cor. Hamp- 
shire, house Greenough avenue 
Hinrichs John C, clerk, 130 Inman, corner Hampshire, 

boards Henry C. Hinrichs', Greenough avenue 
Hiscock Orlando, laborer, house 1 Dickinson 
Hiscock Simon D., policeman station 2, house 3 Village 
Hittl Albert, sausage maker R. Weitze, boards M. Schlitt- 

ler's, off Eighth, near Spring 
Hixon Charles F., clerk, 377 Cambridge, h. 112 Harvard 
Hixon Edward (Edward Hixon & Co.), furniture manu- 
facturers, 124 Harvard and (364 Washington, B.), 
house 70 Franklin 
Hixon Edward, jr. (Edward Hixon & Co.), furniture 
manufacturers, 124 Harvard and (364 Washington, 
B.), house at Belmont 
Hixon Edward & Co. (Edward Hixon, Frederick Reed, 
and Edward Hixon, jr.), furniture manufacturers, 124 
Harvard and (364 Washington, B.) 
Hixon George, upholsterer, house 116 Harvard 
Hixon George E., upholsterer, house 87 Auburn 
Hixon Margaret A., widow of James, h. 13 Sparks st. pi. 
Hixon Robert T., driver hose carriage No. 1, Brattle sq., 
rooms do. 



214 CAMBRIDGE [JJ] DIRECTORY. 

Hixon Sarah, widow of Martin, house 71 Hastings 
Hixon Walter J., packer, boards 142 Sydney 
Hixon William J., upholsterer, house 21 Harrison 
Hjertstrom Charles, butcher, house 6 Hunting 
Hoadley George, student H. U., rooms 10 Holyoke 
Hoag Jonathan, grocer, 171 Main, house 173 do. 
Hoare Cecelia, widow, house 48 Harding 
Hoare Edward, laborer, boards 48 Harding 
Hoare William, laborer, boards 48 Harding 
Hobart Moses E., baker, house 29 Elm 
Hobbs Augustus L., mill hand, State [9 Blackstone 

Hobbs Charles A.., clerk (12 Blackstone Market, B ), bds. 
Hobbs Charles A., student H. U., rooms 9 College House 
Hobbs Eliza A., widow of Curtis, house 9 Blackstone 
Hobbs Francis A., bookbinder (339 Washington, B.), 

house 14 Bath 
Hobbs Henry C, glass cutter, house rear 150 Prospect 
Hobbs Jeremiah R., driver hook and ladder, No. 2, house 

Otis, corner Ninth 
Hobbs Jeremiah S., carpenter, house 7 Park 
Hobbs Lydia, widow of David, house 5 Gordon place 
Hobbs Moses EL, directory agent, boards 5 Gordon place 
Hobbs William, clock repairer, house 136 Columbia 
Hobbs Winslow L., student H. U., rooms 49 Thayer Hall 
Hobson Andrew, jr., foreman Chas. W. Munroe & Co. 

First, house 55 Spring [55 Spring 

Hobson Wm., bookkeeper Chas. W. Munroe & Co., bds. 
Hocking John (322 Washington, B.), house 96 Oxford 
Hodgdon Andrew H., student H. XL, rooms 23 Thayer 

hall 
Hodgdon John H., carpenter, house rear 508 Main 
Hodge Bridget, widow of Richard, house 165 Franklin 
Hodge John W., conductor U. R. Co., house 165 Franklin 
Hodges Arthur, civil engineer, 563 Main and (28 State, 

B.), house at West Somerville 
Hodges Charles A., 502 Main, house 23 Green 
Hodges Charles E., clerk, 430 Broadway, bds. 38 Ellery 
Hodges Francis F., clerk (28 Pearl, B.), bds. 38 Ellery 
Hodges George C, student H. U., rooms 21 Gray's Hall 
Hodges Harry B., instructor in chemistry and German 

H. U., rooms 15 Stoughton Hall 
Hodges Jane, widow of Francis, house 38 Ellery 
Hodges Lydia E. Mrs., house 23 Trowbridge 
Hodges Mary A., widow of James C, house 11 Kinnaird 
Hodges N. D. C, assistant in physics H. U., rooms 404 

Harvard 
Hodges Richard M., clergyman, house 1 Waterhouse 
Hodges Thomas H., laborer, house 34 Hastings 
Hodgkins John H., regulator M. & g. Organ Co., house 

41 Western avenue 



CAMBRIDGE [JJ] DIRECTORY. 215 

Hodgkins Margaret R., teacher Harvard grammar school 

Hodgkins Rufus M., ho«se 1 Whitney court 

Hodsdon Benjamin P., produce (11 and 12 North Market, 

B.), house 112 Thorndike 
Hodsdon Edwin C, cooper, h. Squire's brick blk., Gore 
Hodsdon Geo. W., bookkeeper (11 and 12 No. Market, 

B.), boards 112 Thorndike 
Hodsdon Wilder B., assistant bookkeeper (156 Devon- 
shire, B.), boards 112 Thorndike 
Hodston Clarence L., cooper, house 70 Allston 
Hoeffelder Fred., butcher, house 13 Squire's court 
Hofer Frederick, tool maker, First, near Cambridge, 

house 16 Gore 
Hoffman George, varnisher, boards 41 Union 
Hoffman John, cabinet maker, house 41 Union 
Hoffman Reinhold F., cabinet maker, house 87 Sixth 
Hofman Ernest, tailor, opp. 419 Broadway, h. 17 Baldwin 
Hogan Alfred F., confectionery, 429 Main, house do. 
Hogan Edward, cooper, house 16 Squire's court 
Hogan Edward, cabinetmaker, boards 4 Holly [ton 

Hogan Edward J., sawyer M. & H. Organ Co., h. at Bos- 
Hogan Edward J., salesman (21 Dock sq., B.), boards 16 

Squire's court 
Hogan James, laborer, house 134 Norfolk 
Hogan John B., furniture manufacturer Osborn's mills, 
State, house 4 Holly [Franklin 

Hogan John C, bookbinder Riverside Press, house 214 
Hogan John Joshua, boards 4 Holly 
Hogan Joseph P., bookbinder Riverside Press, boards 27 

Mt. Auburn 
Hogan Julia C, widow of John H., house 214 Franklin 
Hogan Matthew E., potter, house 20 Coggswell avenue 
Hoit Annie V., widow of John B., house 36 Harvard 
Hoit Ezekiel, glass cutter Union Glass Co. (Somerville), 

house 179 Cambridge 
Hoit Joseph, glass cutter, house 128 Thorndike 
Holbrook G. A., student, rooms 12 Lawrence hall 
Holbrook John L., tinsmith, house 1 Plymouth 
Holbrook John W., carriage trimmer, h. 26 Coggswell av. 
Holbrook Margaret, widow, rooms 65 Mt. Auburn 
Holbrook Nathan H., superintendent, house 42 Chestnut 
Holden Amos P., musician, house 100 Allston 
Holden Austin, assistant librarian at Athenaeum (Beacon, 

near Bowdoin, B.), boards 21 Linnaaan 
Holden Elizabeth Mrs., house 1 Oak 

Holden Francis M., student H. U., rooms 43 Thayer hall 
Holden Margaret A., widow of James D., h. 21 Linnaean 
Holden Orin A., piano key maker, house 134 Winsor 
Holden William, fireman, 113 Broadway, h. 90 Harvard 



216 CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 

Holden William, blacksmith, 9 Church, h. 152 Green 

Holder Frederick B., student H. y., rms. 53 Matthews hall 

Holiday Henry A., porter, house 72 Elm 

Holiday Luke, laborer, house 70 Harvard 

Holland Chas. H., shipper (1 Hamilton, B.),h. 109 Inman 

Holland Cornelius, laborer, house rear 377 Cambridge 

Holland David, laborer, house 188 Norfolk 

Holland Ellen, widow of David, h. 66 Webster avenue 

Holland Frederick W. Rev., howse 15 Everett 

Holland Henry W., attorney (33 School, B.), house 15 

Everett * [Buck's bPk, Seventh 

Holland John, canvasser (51 Washington, B.), boards 2 
Holland John, laborer, house Deacon 
Holland John, laborer, house 65 Spruce [cock 

Holland Michael J., baker, 48^ Mt. Auburn, h. 12 Han- 
Holland Michael W., teamster, house 8 Eighth 
Holland Timothy, laborer, house 5 Baldwin's block 
Holland Timothy, jr., laborer, h. 5 Baldwin's block, rear 

95 Main 
Holland William, night watchman, house 161 Green 
Holland William A., printer J. Wilson & Son, rooms 20 

Dunster 
Hollingsworth George, carpenter, house 112 Oxford 
Hollis Charles H. (Bassett & Hollis), house 14 Warland 
Hollis Charles JR., wheelwright Francis Ivers, boards at 

Somerville 
Hollis George H., clerk, boards 14 Warland 
Hollis Mary, widow of Charles, house 103 Columbia 
Hollis Mary T., widow of Charles H., house 14 Warland 
Holloran John, plumber, 634 Main, house 249 Franklin 
Holloran Thomas, laborer, 69 Main, house 30 Harvard 
Holly John A., boards 69 Concord avenue 
Holly Patrick, house 69 Concord avenue 
Hollv Tree Inn, restaurant, Palmer, near Brattle 
Holman Charles E., clerk M. & H. Organ Co., house 125 

Winsor [Third 

Holman Geo. W., pastor Second Baptist society, house 53 
Holman John, feathers and bedding (76 to 80 Friend, B.), 

house 140 North avenue 
Holman John C. (76 Friend, B.), h. 140 North avenue 
Holman Maria, widow, house 8 Front 
Holman Walter A. (76 Friend, B.), boards 140 North av. 
Holmberg John F., house 38 Union 
Holmberg Sarah A., grocer, 38 Union, house do 
Holmes Anna P. Miss, house 39 Cottage 
Holmes Caroline E., widow of Charles, house 20 Dunster 
Holmes Clarence K., stoves and tinware mnfr., 157 North 

avenue, boards Porter's Hotel 
Holmes Fannie M., widow of Charles W., h. 55 Magazine 



CAMBRIDGE [JJ] DIRECTORY. 217 

Holmes Frank M., flour (40 Commercial, B.;, house 80 

Magazine [Sydney- 

Holmes Freeland S., janitor Masonic hall, 633 Main, h. 2 
Holmes George H., cierk and messenger Cambridgdeport 

National Bank, 585 Main, boards 75 Allston 
Holmes Howard W., hackman, 186 Columbia, b. 63 Spring 
Holmes Isaac C. (Holmes & Rugg), wood and coal, 166 

River, opp. City mill, house 75 Allston 
Holmes Isaac G. (I. G. Holmes & Co.), boots and shoes, 

578 Main, boards 75 Allston [578 Main 

Holmes I. G. & Co. (Isaac G. Holmes), boots and shoes, 
Holmes Jabish, student H.U., rooms 2 Matthews hall 
Holmes James A., boards 325 Harvard [ville 

Holmes John, coffin maker W. L. Lockhart, h. at Somer- 
Holmes John, house 5 Appian-way 
Holmes John R., student H. U., rooms 3 Little's block 
Holmes Joseph A. (Jos. A. Holmes & Co.), grocer, 606 

and 610 Main, house 55 Magazine 
Holmes Joseph A. & Co. (Jos. A. and Jos. H. Holmes), 

grocers, 606 and 610 Main 
Holmes Joseph H. (Jos A. Holmes & Co.), grocer, 606 

and 610 Main, house 39 William [Wright 

Holmes Marcus R., packer A. H. Hews & Co., house 53 
Holmes Mary A., widow of David N., house 63 Spring 
Holmes Nathaniel W., lumber (19 ; Central, B.), house 

Harris, near Oxford 
Holmes Oliver Wendell, Parkman professor of Anatomy 

H. U., house at Boston 
Holmes Patrick, coachman, house 46 Foster 
Holmes Peter, grease collector, h. 122 Webster avenue 
Holmes Phelan, upholsterer, house 99 River 
Holmes Robert J., gardener and coachman, 21 Kirkland, 

house 35 Baldwin 
Holmes William F., boards 75 Allston 
Holmes William P., piano key maker, boards 53 Wright 
Holmes William S., polisher, house 23 Bay 
Holmes & Rugg (Isaac C. Holmes and George H. Rugg), 

wood and coal, 166 River, opp. City mill 
Holt Adeline, widow of Jacob A., house rear 24 Cherry 
Holt Alden, piper, house 16 Watson 
Holt Alfred F., physician, 98 Austin, boards do. 
Holt Charles, law student H. U., boards 32 Arlington 
Holt Daniel, piper, house 16 Watson [Pleasant 

Holt Gustavus C, clerk (7 Exchange place, B.), h. Mt. 
Holt Homer C, lawyer, 589>£ Main 
Holt James, laborer, house 35 Vine 
Holt James H. H, painter, boards 10 South 
Holt James L. Mrs., boarding-house, 10 South 
Holt Joseph G., lawyer, 593)£ Main, boards at Boston 



218 CAMBRIDGE [J{] DIRECTORY. 

Holt Samuel H., foreman blacksmiths (409 Federal, B.), 

house 8 Plympton 
Holt Stephen A. (Holt & Bugbee), hardwood lumber, 17 

East, office (173 Friend, B.), house at Winchester 
HOLT WILLIAM B., painter, 14 Church, h. 8 Acacia 
HOLT & BUGBEE (Stephen A.Holt and John B. 

Bugbee'), hardwood lumber dealers, 17 East, office 

(173 Friend, Boston) 
Holton Frank L., insurance agent, boards 14 Prospect 
Holton Fred H., bookkeeper (69 Merrimac, B.), boards 

14 Prospect 
Holzknecht Henry, baker, 442 Cambridge, boards do. 
Homans John, student H. U., rooms 78 Mt. Auburn 
Homer Adeline D., wid. of Charles W., house 26 Garden 
Homer Moore R., real estate agent, house 214 Harvard 
Homer Thomas J., student H. TJ., rooms 46 Thayer hall 
Honeybee Clarence, laborer, house 74 Harvard 
Hood William H. (Blaisdell & Hood), wood dealer, 79 

Brattle, boards 15 Far well place 
Hoofer John Mrs., boards 31 Charles 
Hooker Alfred M., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 4 Frank 
Hooker Anson Mrs., house 415 Broadway 
Hooker Charles K., steam heating apparatus, house 132 

Magazine 
Hooker Charles R., driver U. R. Co., house 27 Baldwin 
Hooker Edward D., student, boards 415 Broadway 
Hooker Henry, house 57 Auburn 

Hooker Hiram W., driver steam fire engine, No. 1, Brat- 
tle square, rooms do. 
Hooley Julia, widow of Daniel, house 208 Franklin 
Hooley William, laborer, boards 208 Franklin 
Hooper Arthur W., student H. U., rooms 21 Weld hall 
Hooper Edward W., house Reservoir 
Hooper Isaac D., house 2 Allston court 
Hooper James, house 291 North avenue 
Hooper Moses W., policeman, station 3, house 53 Fifth 
Hooper Warren L., fruit (42 South Market, B.), house 

291 North avenue 
Hooper William, student H. TJ., rooms 23 Little's block 
Hope Eugene, stereotyper Riverside Press, house 16 

Walnut court 
Hopkins Abram D., student H. XL, bds. at Somerville 
Hopkins Albert B., carpenter, house 140 Pearl 
Hopkins Catherine, widow of Edward, house 121 Elm 
Hopkins Curtis, painter, house 542 Main 
Hopkins Edward S., fancy glassmaker, 137 Bridge, bds. 

40 Sixth [school, boards 165 Spring 

Hopkins Emma A. Miss, teacher Thorndike grammar 
Hopkins Frederic S., student H. XL, rms. 54 Weld hall 



CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 219 

Hopkins James, laborer, house 3 Norfolk court 
Hopkins Josiah, painter, house 542 Main 
Hopkins Josiah, painter, house 16 Front 
Hopkins Michael, laborer, boards rear 66 Harvard 
Hopkins Rose, widow, house rear 66 Harvard 
Hopkins Thomas, glassblower, house 165 Spring 
Hopkins William J., bookkeeper (32 Pearl, B.),boards 

3 Norfolk court 
Hopkins William G., glassworker, house 40 Sixth 
Hopkinson Corinna A., wicl. of Thomas, h. 5 Phillips pi. 
Hopkinson John P., teacher private school (20 Boylston 

place, B.), house 22 Craigie 
Hoppin Nicholas Rev., house 469 Broadway 
Hoppin Samuel H., student H. TX, rooms 25 Holyoke 
Horan Ellen, widow of Patrick, house 24 Montgomery 
Horan Jeremiah, laborer, h. Belmont, cor. Montgomery 
Horan John, carpenter, house 254 Franklin 
Horan John, laborer P. T. Clark & Co., bds. 6 Water 
Horan Mary, widow of David, house 53 North 
Horan Peter F., boards 53 North 

Horan Timothy, painter, h. Montgomery, cor. Belmont 
Horgan Daniel, laborer, house 176 Gore 
Horgan John Jos., conductor U. R. Co., h. 107 Tremont. 
Horgan John J., marbleworks, 45 to 53 Main, house 5 

Worcester [way 

Horn Plummer S., teamster Burrage Bros., h. 57 Broad- 
Horne William, matmaker, house 25 Harvey 
Hornsby William, potter, boards 201 North avenue 
Horrigan Ann, widow, house Spruce, corner Cedar 
Horrigan Cornelius, laborer, house 12 Harding 
Horrigan Eugene, peddler, house 12 Harding 
Horrigan James, tailor, 430 Main, house 45 Brighton 
Horrigan John, laborer, house 53 Amory 
Horrigan Timothy, laborer, house 1, rear 189 Hampshire 
Horrigan Timothy, coachman Robert O. Fuller, house 

50 Amory 
Horsford Eben N., house 27 Craigie 
Horton L. H. Mrs., house Lambert av., opp. Walnut av. 
Horton Sylvester, tubeboard maker M. & H. Organ Co., 

house 88 Norfolk [Vine, h. do. 

Hosley Frederick P., yeast manufacturer and baker, 71 
Hosmer Charles T., house 22Brookline [Howard 

Hotchkiss Annie M. Miss, teacher (Brighton), boards 308 
Hough William E., warden Alms House, Tannery, h. do. 
Hough Wm. E. Mrs., matron Alms House, Tannery, h. do. 
Houghton Albert G. (H. O. Houghton & Co.), Riverside 

Press and New York Publishing House of Hurd & 

Houghton, house at Brooklyn, N. Y. [tin 

Houghton Edward C, brassfinisher, 368 Main, h. 42 Aus- 



220 CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 

Houghton Henry O. (H. O. Houghton & Co.), Riverside 
Press, house 800 Main [Main 

Houghton Henry O., jr., clerk Riverside Press, boards 800 
Houghton H. O." & Co. (H. O. and A. G. Houghton and 
George H. Mifflin), printers and publishers Riverside 
Press, Blackstone 
Houghton John H., machinist, house 145 Pearl 
Houghton Mary A., widow, house 26 Ash 
Houghton Thomas P., building mover, house 27 Cherry 
Houlahan Charles H., clerk (23 Otis, B.), h. 2K William 
Houlahan John, carriage smith, boards 30 Harvard 
Houlaher Maria Miss, house 2 Emmons place 
Houlihan Michael, hostler, house 3 Essex court 
Houlihan Thomas, laborer, 69 Main, house 30 Harvard 
Houlihan Thomas. A., printer (39 Arch, B.), b. 30 Harvard 
Houstetter Louis F., wood turner F. Geldowsky, house 

119 Otis 
Houston Frank A., student H. U., rooms 25 Hollis hall 
Houston James R., tinsmith, house 45 Tremont 
Houston John B., waiter Memorial hall, house 72 Elm 
Houston John W., student H. IJ., rooms 63 College house 
Hovey Caroline Miss, house 9 Brookline 
Hovey Charles H., nurseryman, boards 381 Broadway 
Hovey Charles M. (Hovey & Co.), nurseries, Cambridge, 
opp. Highland avenue, and seed store (16 South Mar- 
ket, B.), house 381 Broadway 
Hovey Dana R., clerk, 532 Main, house 29 Pearl 
Hovey Eliza Miss, house 9 Brookline 
Hovey Horatio N. (H. N. Hovey & Co.), grocer, 89 Cam- 
bridge, cor. Third, h. 93 Otis [do. 
Hovey Horatio N., jr., dry goods, etc., 103 Cambridge, h. 
Hovey H. N. & Co. (Horatio N. Hovey, George W. Dear- 
born and Henry Cannell), grocers, 89 Cambridge 
Hovey John C, horticulturist (16 South Market, B.), h. 

9 Brookline 
Hovey J. Dana, grocer, 532 Main, house do. 
Hovey Mary H., widow of Wm. B., house 40 William 
Hovey Phineas B. (Hovey & Co.), seedsman, Cambridge, 
opp. Highland avenue, and (16 South Market, B.), 
house 9 Brookline 
Hovey Stillman S , bookkeeper F. Fischer, h. Tannery 
Hovey Walter, supt. (450 Washington, B.), h. 28 Bigelow 
Hovey William B., clerk (48 Canal, B.), bds. 28 Bigelow 
Hovey William H., butter (32 F. H. market, B.), house 

67 Pleasant 
HOVEY & CO. (Charles M. and Phineas B. Hovey), 
florists, nurserymen, Cambridge, opp. Highland av., 
and seed store (16 South Market, B.) 
How Jared S., student H. U., rooms 25 Hollis hall 



CAMBRIDGE [JJ] DIRECTORY. 221 

Howard Abby A. K., teacher Thorndike grammar school, 

boards 68 Otis [at Watertown 

Howard Alice M. Miss, at clerk's office, Court House, bds. 
Howard Charles A., waiter Memorial hall, rooms do. 
Howard Charles L., clerk, boards 826 Main 
Howard Gabriel, laborer, h. Garden street pi., r. 37 Garden 
Howard George C , author, house 826 Main 
Howard George H., bookkeeper W. L. Lockhart, Bridge, 

house 38 Fifth [Summer 

Howard George II., clerk (44 North Market, B.), house 3 
Howard Herbert B., student H. U., boards 17 Dunster 
Howard James, baker, house 10 Fourth 
Howard James, glass cutter, house 364 Cambridge 
Howard James, clerk (B.), boards 82 Magazine 
Howard John E., finisher University Press, b. 12 Dunster 
Howard Julius D., compositor University Press, house 21 

Banks 
Howard Martha, widow, house 9 South 
Howard Michael, laborer, house 11 Flagg street court 
Howard Peter J., hairdresser, 10 Brighton, b. 28 Tremont 
Howard Peter M. Mrs., house 28 Tremont 
Howard Thomas M., night watchman W. L. Lockhart, h. 

rear 114 Spring 
Howard Wilcox, carpenter, house 105 River 
Howard William, lawyer, 555 Main, h. 33 Blackstone 
Howard William, shoemaker, 36 Fifth, bds. 159 Norfolk 
Howard Wm. D., student H. U., rooms 21 Holworthy hall 
Howe Adeline, widow of Eli, house 99 Concord avenue 
Howe Albert A., baker, 151 Harvard, boards 10 Essex 
HOWE ARCHIBALD M., lawyer (25 Congress, room 

3, B.), boards 4 Garden 
Howe Aver$ F., expressman (B.), house 35 William 
Howe Benjamin, action maker M. & H. Organ Co., house 

at Boston 
Howe B. Varnum, house 7 Roseland 
Howe Clara B. Mrs., h. 7 Norris, 1st from North avenue 
Howe Daniel K. (D. K. Howe & Co.), carriage trimmer 

and painter, 436)^ Main, house do. 
Howe David (Howe & Putney), bacon curer, rear 414 

Main, h. 1 Florence pi. [436J^ Main 

Howe D. K. & Co. (Daniel K. Howe), carriage trimmers, 
Howe Edward R., engineer, boards 55 Garden 
Howe Edward F., expressman (B.), house 35 William 
Howe Edward H., civil engineer, City hall, bds. 7 Norris 
Howe Elias, music (103 Court, B.), h. 285 Broadway 
Howe Estes, treasurer Cambridge Gas Light Co., Lyceum 

building, Harvard sq., and East Cambridge Land Co. 

(47 Equitable building, B.), house 1 Oxford 
Howe Frank M., draughtsman (4 Pemberton sq., B.), h. 

7 Norris, 1st from North avenue 



222 CAMBRIDGE [J{] DIRECTORY. 

Howe Fred. F., clerk, 386 Main, boards 26 Inman 
Howe Frederick C, clerk (45 Broad, B.), b. 32 Wendell 
Howe Harriet Mrs., house 32 Green 
Howe James Murray, house 4 Garden 
Howe James Murray, jr., clerk (27 State, B.), b. 4 Garden 
Howe James R., student H. U., boards 1 Oxford 
Howe James S., student H. U., -rooms 67 Thayer hall 
Howe James T., student H. U., rooms 13 Kirkland place 
Howe John, action maker JV1. &> H r Organ Co.,*h. at Boston 
Howe Josiah D., painter Mt. Auburn cemetery, h. 2 Foster 
Howe Mary E. Miss, house 2 Garden 
Howe Mary L., widow of George, house 49 Wright 
Howe Moses G., lawyer, 35 Court, B.), house 7 Roseland 
Howe Otis (Tyler Howe & Co.), spring bed manufac- 
turer, 386 Main, house 26 Inman [32 Wendell 
Howe Thomas J., boots and shoes (136 Summer, B.), h 
Howe Thomas J. G., spring bed maker, boards 394 Main 
Howe Tracy, boards 55 Garden 

Howe Tyler (Tyler Howe & Co.), spring bed manufac- 
turer, 386 Main, house 394 do. 
Howe Tyler & Co., (Tyler and Otis Howe), spring bed 

mnfrs, 386 Main (New York office, 173 Canal) 
Howe U. Tracy, house 55 Garden 

Howe Willard W., student H. U., rooms 16 Felton bldg. 
Howe William, florist, Oxford, c. Crescent, h. 5 Oxford 
Howe William, clergyman, house 746 Main [ford 

Howe William, fly finisher M. & H. Organ Co., h. at Med- 
Howe William A., student H. U., rooms 67 Thayer hall 
Howe William E., bookkeeper (50 Bowker, B.), house 49 
Wright [con curers, r. 414 Main 

Howe & Putney (David Howe and George Putney), ba- 
Howe, see How • 

Howell Edwin C, student H. U., boards 3 Mason 
Howell Rufus K., student H. U., rooms 16 College house 
Howells William D., editor (Atlantic Monthly, B.), h. 37 

Concord avenue 
Howes Lewis W. (Howes & Jose), lawyer, 583 Main and 

(33 School, B.), house 48 Prospect 
Howes & Jose (Lewis W. Howes and Edwin H. Jose), 
lawyers, 583 Main [Inman 

Howes Richard T., fruit (13 Change avenue, B.), h. 97)£ 
Howes Solomon, sea captain, house 334 Broadway 
Howes Mrs., widow, house 328 Broadway 
Howland Ariel C, mason, boards 2 Cherry court 
Howland A. P. Mrs., house 55 Dana 
Howland Julius W., clerk, 559 Main, boards 2 Cherry ct. 
Howland Thomas T., mason, 19 Cherry, h. 2 Cherry court 
Howlett Enoch J. (Custom House, B.) house 6 Upton 
Howlett E. L. clerk (21 Hanover, B.), bds. 25 Columbia 



CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 223 

Howlett George C, commission merchant (11 Central 
wharf, B.), house 25 Columbia [lumbia 

Howlett George P., clerk (71 Chauncey, B.), bds. 25 Co- 
Howlett Orrin D., diary maker, boards 6 Upton 
Howley John, provisions, house 40 Winthrop 
Hoy Jane, widow of Joseph, house rear 19 Gore 
Hoyt Alvan, carpenter, house 408 Main 
Hoyt Benjamin F., chair, sofa and lounge frame mnfr., 88 

Sixth, house do. 
Hoyt Benj. J., bell hanger, 595 Main, h. 235£ Broadway 
Hoyt Benj. S. (A. C. Sanborn &. Co.), rough and ham- 
mered granite, 68 Bridge, house 134 Otis 
Hoyt George F. Mrs., house 7 Marvin place 
Hoyt Henry L., clerk (18 Chauncy, B.), boards 235K 

Broadway 
Hoyt James S. Rev., pastor, first Evangelical Congrega- 
tional church, house 40 Hancock [Charlestown 
Hoyt William, foreman stock room Shaw & Applin, h. at 
Hubbard Appleton, wood and coal, foot of Charles River, 
htouse 19 Mount Auburn [hall 
Hubbard Charles W., student H. U., rooms 41 Matthews 
Hubbard Gardiner G., counselor (711 Fourteenth, Wash- 
ington, D. C), and (150 Devonshire, room 47, B.), 
house Brattle, cor. Sparks 
Hubbard George B., canvasser, house 10 Rockwell 
Hubbard James H. (Ray & Co.), hats and caps, 545 

Main, boards at South Boston 
Hubbard John H., apothecary, Harvard block, 468 Har- 
vard, boards 378 do. 
HUBBARD LUCIUS L. (lawyer, 61 Court, room 3, B.), 
house 21 Craigie [Rockwell 

Hubbard Mellville W., clerk (Post Office, B.), house 10 
Hubbard Patrick, laborer, house» 53 Clark 
Hubbard William Hammond, student H. U., rooms 8 
Matthews hall [Elm 

Hubbard William H., driver Thurston, Hall & Co., h. 30 
Hubbard William H., foreman teamster (3 Chatham, B.), 

hous^ 175 Cambridge 
Hubbard William M., produce peddler, h. 9 North Second 
Hubbert Thomas, laborer, house rear 44 Washington 
Huckson Jacob, laborer, house 49 Harvard 
Huddy Ann Miss, house 353 Cambridge 
Hudson E. Frances, bookkeeper (198 Washington, B.), 
boards 75 Otis [B.), bds. 38 Bigelow 

Hudson Henry B., commission merchant (121 Chauncy, 
Hudson Henry N., clergymen, house 38 Bigelow 
Hudson John F., stationers hardware, 179 Broadway, 
house at South Canton [man 

Hudson Reuben R., dentist (120 Tremont, B.), h. 82 In- 



224 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

Hudson Robert J., clerk, 126 Cambridge, boards 75 Otis 
Hudson Sophia H., widow of Lucius T., h. 520 Main 
Hudson Thomas S. Mrs., house 75 Otis 
Hudson T. Henry, cashier Lechmere National Bank, 66 

Cambridge, boards 75 Otis [hall 

Hudson Woodward, student H. U., rooms 2 Matthews 
Huebel Ernest C, shoemaker, 112 Harvard, house do. 
Huff Geo., carpenter W. L. Lockhart, h. 154 Cambridge 
Huff John B., mason, house 41 Baldwin 
Hughes Alfred E., bookkeeper (36 India wharf, B.), bds. 

128^ Green [Charles River 

Hughes Charles H., clerk (B.), h. 8 Shepherd's block, 
Hughes Edmond, laborer, house 70 Harvard 
Hughes Frank P., farmer, bds. J. Hughes', 12 Jackson 
Hughes George H., painter 101 Green, house 128>£ do* 
Hughes George W., painter, boards 1283^ Green 
Hughes John, laborer, house 394 Cambridge 
Hughes John, grease collector, house 214 Columbia 
Hughes John, waiter Memorial hall 
Hughes John, teamster, house 12 Jackson, near Sprfice 
Hughes Joseph, laborer, house 12 Jackson 
Hughes Margaret Mrs., house 35 Cowperthwaite 
Hughes Michael, laborer, house 261 Mt. Auburn 
Hughes Michael B., grocer 366 North av., house do. 
Hughes William, stone cutter, house 4 Pine [hall 

Huidekoper Frank C, student H. IT., rooms 12 Holworthy 
Hulbert George, upholsterer, house 44 Hamilton 
Hull Frederick D., conductor U. R. Co., h. 89 Tremont 
Hull Joseph, tin peddler, house 122 Winsor 
Hull Robert, tin peddler, house 126 Norfolk 
Hull Thomas, clerk 387 Cambridge, bds. 112 Winsor 
Hulrne Abby M., widow, boards 201 North avenue 
Hulse James, potter, house Raymond, near Walden 
Hulse Joseph, potter, boards James Hulse's, Raymond 
Hultfnan A., cigar maker, house 38 Union 
Humans William H., electrician, h. 11 Rogers blk., Main 
Humphrey David, flour (214 State, B.), house 811 Main 
Humphrey David, jr., flour (214 State, B.), house 23 

Maple avenue 
Humphrey George, teamster, boards 20 Carson 
Humphrey John, laborer, house 20 Carson 
Humphrey Orra H., clerk (P. O., B.), house 107 Allston 
Humphrey Robert, tin peddler, boards 20 Carson 
Humphrey Seth T., stone cutter, boards 9 Second 
Humphrey Seth T., carpenter (Charles, B.), h. 181 Main 
Humphreys Sophia Mrs., house 104 Mt. Auburn 
Humphrys James, jr., pressman J. Wilson & Son, house 

36 DeWolf [h. 134 Mt. Auburn 

Hunnewell Charles H., real estate, Harvard, cor. Holyoke, 



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CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 225 

Hunnewell Elias R. (Doe & Hannevvell), furniture ranfr., 

between First and Second, boards at Boston 
Hunnewell Eugene M., letter carrier Cambridge P. O., 

boards 134 Mt. Aubnrn 
Hunnewell Frank M., clerk, boards 6 Ash street place 
Hunnewell Franklin, paper hanger, 14 Church, house 17 
Hilliard [bouse 6 Ash st. pi. 

Hunnewell James A., jewelry, etc., Harvard, c. Holyoke, 
Hunnewell James W., confectionery and periodicals, Hen- 
derson's blk., 228 North av., house 7 Orchard 
Hunnewell Ruth, widow of Charles, house 79 Brattle 
Hunnewell William, janitor of schools, h. 136 Thorndike 
Hunson George L., jobber, boards 23 Suffolk 
Hunson Lucinda A., widow of Henry, house 23 Suffolk 
Hunson Stephen C, carpenter, house 239 Broadway 
Hunson Stephen Mrs., dressmaker, house 239 Broadway 
Hunt Alfred H., clerk 575 Main, boards 32 Bigelow 
Hunt Edgar F. (Edgar F. Hunt & Co.), bookseller and 

stationer, 575 Main, boards 32 Bigelow 
HUNT EDGAR F. & CO. (Edgar F. Hunt), booksellers 

and stationers, 575 Main 
Hunt Edward B., student H. U., rooms 200 Harvard 
Hunt Freeman, law student, boards 104 Mt. Auburn 
Hunt Freeman T. Mrs., boards 104 Mt. Auburn 
Hunt Hannah G., widow of T. W., house 143 Cambridge 
Hunt Lucius D., engineer (Crawford House 83 Court, 

B.), house 162 Hampshire 
Hunt Livingstone, student H. LT., boards 78 Mt. Auburn 
Hunt Samuel F., undertaker, and janitor High school, h. 
32 Bigelow [block, Charles River- 

Hunt William H., traveling agent, house 6 Shepherds 
Hunt William P., student H. u., rooms 50 Thayar hall 
Hunter Harriet, widow of James, house 60 Winter 
Hunter John A., stove lining, house 77 Pearl 
Hunter Reuben T., machinist, boards 60 Winter 
Hunter Sarah, widow, house rear 15 Hollis, near Spruce 
Hunter Thomas, molder, 368 Main, house 70 School 
Hunter William H., glass engraver, boards 60 Winter 
Hunting Charles B.Mrs., house 11 Ellsworth avenue 
Hunting Charles H. L., drug clerk 415 Cambridge, boards 
107 Pleasant [worth avenue 

Hunting C. Frank, clerk (99 Pearl, B.), boards 11 Ells- 
Hunting George B., house 440 Main 
Hunting Henry A., sign painter, house 107 Pleasant 
Hunting Henry E., livery stable 70 Norfolk, h. 23 Elm 
Hunting Herbert R., waiter, house 233 Broadway 
Hunting Priscilla Mrs., nurse, house 233 Broadway 
Huntington Austin P., student H. U., bds. at Boston 
15 



226 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Huntington James, jewelry, etc., 9 Harvard row and 458 

Harvard, house 55 North avenue 
Huntington Oliver M. W., student H. IT., bds. 25 Quincy 
Huntington William E., pastor Harvard st. M. E. Church 

house 82 Prospect 
Huntoon Hazen P., physician, house 69 River 
HUNTRESS JAMES E., musician Edmand's Band (61 

Cornhill, B.), house 152 Prospect 
Hurd Amos D., wheelwright, Palmer, n. Brattle, h. r. do. 
Hurd Edward A., watch maker, 9 Harvard row, house 

rear 15 Hollis 
Hurd Edward F., boards 58 Fairmont 
Hurd Elizabeth Miss, house 661 Main 
Hurd George H., house 28 Howard 
Hurd George W., boards 661 Main 
Hurd Mary A. Mrs., restaurant, 559 Main, h. 3 Brooks 
Hurd Theodore C, clerk of courts, Court House, E. Cam- 
bridge, house 3 In man [Broadway 
Hurlbut William R., dry goods (20 Hanover, B.), h. 425 
Hurlbut William S., clerk (20 Hanover, B.), boards 425 

Broadway [Charles 

Hurley Daniel, waiter (Tremont House, B.), boards 27 
Hurley Dennis F., clerk, 185 Bridge, boards 183 do. 
Hurley Ellen Mrs., house 10 Donnell 
Hurley James, teamster J. P. Squire & Co., h. 63 Gore 
Hurley Jeremiah, waiter (Tremont House, B.), house 27 

Charles 
Hurley John, laborer, house 269 Cambridge 
Hurley John, laborer, boards rear 127 Elm 
Hurley John, laborer, boards 51 North 
Hurley John F., physician, 136 Cambridge, house do. 
Hurley Margaret, widow of Florence, h. 8 Lechmere pi. 
Hurley Mary, widow, house 2 Hastings 
Hurley Maurice, laborer, house 194 Dublin 
Hurley Michael, laborer, house rear 127 Elm 
Hurley Patrick, laborer, house 6 Fourth 
Hurley Thomas, carpenter, house 126 Spring 
Hurley Timothy, laborer, house 13 Warren 
Huro Timothy, fisherman, boards 1 Nichols place 
Hurrell Edwin J., crockery, etc., 489 Main, h. 8014 Green 
Hurst Arthur, student H. IJ., rooms 26 Mt. Auburn 
Hurter William F., clerk (B.), boards 18 Pearl 
Hussey Eliza M., teacher Putnam grammar school, boards 

96 Thornnike [hall 

Hussey Frederick D., student H. U., rooms 20 Matthews 
Hutchings George S., organ mnfr. (North Grove, corner 

Cambridge, B.), house 61 Chestnut 
Hutchins Amy Miss, teacher Hillside grammar school, 

(Jamaica Plain), bds. Wm. Hutchins', Somerville av. 



CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 227 

Hutchins Frank E., officer City Almshouse, Tannery, b. do. 
Hutchins George E. S., laborer, Mt. Auburn, house at 

Watertown 
Hutchins Nellie A. Miss, teacher Shepard grammar school, 

bds. Wra. Hutchins', Somerville av. 
Hutchins Oscar B., teacher of bookkeeping, h. 13 De Wolf 
Hutchins Samuel, pressman Riverside Press, house 12 

Ash street place 
Hutchins Wm., grocer, Somerville av., cor. White, h. do. 
Hutchins William E., student H. U., boards Wm. Hutch- 
ins', Somerville avenue 
Hutchinson Eliza, widow of John, house 20 Mason 
Hutchinson Hiram N. (Otis S. Brown & Co.), flour, etc., 

Ill Bridge, house at Bedford 
Hutchinson James, waiter, house 233 Franklin 
Hutchinson James B., janitor Lawrence Scientific School, 

and supt. Holyoke House, h. 20 Mason 
Hutchinson Joanna Mrs., house 79 Hastings 
Hutchinson John J., carpenter, house 30 Second 
Hutchinson Lizzie K., widow of Edward, bds. 49 Winsor 
Hutchinson Mahloji, student H. U., rms. 32 Matthews hall 
Hutchinson Nathan, foreman molding dept. Hancock & 

Greely, house 10 Front 
Hutchinson Thomas, carpenter, house 95 Gore 
Hutchinson William, driver U. R. Co., boards D. P. Bur- 
ley's, Cambridge, cor. Baldwin 
Hyams Godfrey M., student H. U., boards at Boston 
Hyatt Alpheus, prof, at Institute of Technology, and cus- 
todian Boston Natural History rooms (Berkeley, cor. 
Boylston, B.), house 7 Avon 
Hyde Dana Mrs., house 304 Harvard 
Hyde Dana W. (Dana W. Hyde & Co.), dry goods, etc , 

4 Hyde's block, 609 Main, h. 304 Harvard 
Hyde Dana W. & Co. (Dana W. Hyde), dry goods, 4 

Hyde's block, 609 Main 
Hyde Edward, treas. Cambridgeport Savings Bank, h. 
681 Main [Boston 

Hyde Geo. H., fly finisher, M. & H. Organ Co., h. at East 
Hyde George W., clerk, house 32 Mellen 
Hyde Gertrude A. Miss, teacher Webster grammar school, 

house 304 Harvard 
Hyde Hannah Mrs., house 41 Brattle 
Hyde Isaac, carpenter, house 34 Mellen 
Hyde John B., laborer, house 37 Jefferson 
Hyde Jonathan H., lodging house, 10 Holyoke 
Hyde William D., student H. U., rms. 12 Stoughton hall 
Hyland Dennis, slater, boards 53 Vine 
Hynes Thomas M., cabinet maker, house 14 Upton 



228 CAMBRIDGE [I] DIRECTORY. 

IDE ARTHUR L., laborer, boards 203 Hampshire 

Igo John, saloon, 371 North avenue, house do. 

Igo Patrick, currier, boards 440 North avenue 

Igo Peter, iceman, house 70 Spruce 

Ilsley Charles P., house 11 Sumner [Austin 

Ingalls Charles E., bookkeeper (41 Summer, B.), bds. 124 

Ingalls Charles W., conductor U. R. Co., house Elm, next 

RusseU [Broadway, house do. 

Ingalls Edward B., upholsterer, confectionery, etc., 350 
Ingalls Henry B., grocer and periodicals, 249 Broadway, 

house 103 Columbia 
Ingalls John D., pump maker, 187 Harvard, h. 107 Norfolk 
Ingalls Josiah H., music. teacher," house 131 Pearl 
Ingalls Newton S., case maker M. & H. Organ Co., house 

164 Putnam avenue 
INGALLS ORRIN, watchmaker, 443 Main, boards do. 
Ingalls Wm. T., pump maker, boards 107 Norfolk 
INGHAM HENRY, physician, house 15 Pleasant 
Inghram Jane, widow, house 9 South 
Inglee Paley G., printer, house 15 Wright 
Ingols Margaret R. Miss, teacher n/ivate school, 17 

Berkeley, boards 34 Kirkland 
Ireland Angie L. Miss, dressmaker, 652 Main, house do. 
Ireland Geo. W., clerk, 473 Main, boards 2 Columbia 
Ireland Millie T. Mrs., dressmaker, house 72 School 
Ireland Rinaldo E., engineer E. B. Phillips, h. r. 41 Clark 
Ireson Adeline M. Miss, teacher Washington grammar 

school, boards 13 Wallace 
Ireson Mary, widow of Samuel, house 13 Wallace 
Irvine John A., printer Riverside Press, house 10 Laurel 
Irving Chas. W. D., salesman (8 India, B.), boards 118 

Winsor 
Irving James, peddler, house 104 Tremont 
Irving William J., baker, house Lake View avenue 
Isaac Thomas, tailor (49 Temple pi., B.), h. 22 Howard 
Isaacs Harry, cigars and tobacco, 87 Mount Auburn, 

house 42 Holyoke 
Isaacs Henry, cigar maker, house 206 Green 
Isaacs Solomon, cigar manufacturer and dealer, 432^ 

Harvard, house 432 do. 
Island Pond Co., lumber manufacturers and dealers 

Warren wharf, next Craigie's bridge, Bridge, and (48 

Summer, B.) [8 Cottage 

Ivel Alexander, salesman (477 Washington, B.), house 
Ivel William, salesman (30 Winter, B.), bds. 8 Cottage 
Ivers Francis, carriage and harness maker, 176 and 178 

North avenue, house Mt.- Vernon, near North av. 
Ivers Warren (Ivers & Tucker), carriage manufacturer, 

Church, opposite Palmer, boards 27 Trowbridge 



CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 229 

IVERS WARREN MRS., millinery and worsteds, 446 
Harvard, Harvard square, boards 27 Trowbridge 

IVERS & TUCKER (Warren Ivers and Eben Tucker), 
carnage manufacturers, Church, opposite Palmer 

Ives David Otis, student H. U., rooms 52 Thayer hall 

Ivory Michael, restaurant, 138 Pleasant, house do. 

JOY THOMAS P., student H. U., rooms 29 Matthews 
hall [ington 

Jackson Andrew, carpenter, house 5 Rogers blk., Wash- 
Jackson Benjamin D., hair dresser (93 Cambridge, B.), 

house 96 Putnam avenue 
Jackson Charles, laborer,- house 29 Dunster 
Jackson Charles H., student H. U., rooms 16 Oxford 
Jackson Charles L., assistant professor of chemistry H. IT., 

rooms 11 Hoi worthy hall 
Jackson Edward, porter Richards Jewelry Co. (7 Green, 

B.), house 5 West 
Jackson Enoch S., hair dresser, boards 3 Gray place 
Jackson Ernest, student H. U., rooms 4 Gray's hall 
Jackson George W., student H. U., rooms 42 Thayer hall 
Jackson Gilman D., fish dealer (64 Anderson, B.), house 
58 Western av. [av., house do. 

Jackson Harriet E. Mrs., ladies' hair dresser, 96 Putnam 
Jackson Henry, student H. U., rooms 20 Little's block 
Jackson Isaac, clerk (105 Milk, B.), bds. 351 Harvard 
Jackson John, house 10 Eighth 

Jackson John B. S., Shattuck professor of morbid anat- 
omy H. U., house at Boston 
Jackson John R., watchman, boards 115 Columbia 
Jackson Joseph, iron molder, house 15 Leighton court 
Jackson Joseph W., umbrella maker (65 Chauncy, B.), 

boards 15 Leighton court 
Jackson Lucy, widow, house 10 Gardner 
Jackson Patrick T., jr., salesman (22 Summer, B.), house 

17 Follen 
Jackson William, molder, 368 Main, h. 37 Washington 
Jackson William, potter, boards 201 North avenue 
Jacob Lawrence, student H. U., rooms 1 Holyoke house 
Jacobs Betsey, nurse, boards 126 Winsor [Fairmont 

Jacobs Charles A., bookbinder Riverside Press, house 52 
Jacobs Eleanor, widow of John, house 11 Brewer 
Jacobs George A., cigar maker, 527 Main, h. at Somerville 
Jacobs Henry, clerk, house 70 River 
Jacobs John Henry, clerk, 5 Essex, house River 
JACOBS JUSTIN A., city auditor and city clerk, office, 

City Hall, house 19 Pleasant 
Jacobs Martin R., student H. U., rooms 11 Matthews hall 
Jacobs Michael, clerk (31 Docfc sq., B.), h. 101 Brookline 



230 CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 



Jacobs Sarah, widow, house 19 Pleasant 
Jacobson Andrew F., carriage trimmer, h. 65 Columbia 
Jacobson Anjelle, cabinet maker, bds. 9 Rogers blk., Main 
Jacobson Emil F,, painter, boards 65 Columbia 
Jacobson Hagan, fly finisher M. & H. Organ Co., house 2 

Douglass court 
Jacobson John C, carriage trimmer, bds. 65 Columbia 
Jacobson Mark, cabinet maker, h. 9 Rogers blk., Main 
Jacobson Robert, cabinet maker, bds. 9 Rogers blk., Main 
Jacquinot Adrien, assistant professor of French H. U., 

rooms 58 Mt. Auburn 
Jaeger Charles- F., sugar refiner Revere Sugar Refinery, 

house 8 Second street court 
Jaeger Christopher, laborer, house 5 Second street court 
Jaeger Frank G., provision peddler, b. 5 Second st. ct. 
Jaeger Fred C, foreman Revere Sugar Refinery, house 

102 Cambridge 
Jamellier Andre, fencing academy, Palmer, cor. Brattle, 

rooms 88 Mt. Auburn 
James Charles, porter, house 92 Harvard 
James Clarence G., student H. U., rooms 94 Brattle 
James Edward B., lumber dealer (14 State, B.), house 12 

Lake View avenue 
James Henry, house 20 Quincy 
James Henry, house 70 Brookline 
James Henry, switchman U. R. Co., house 9 South 
James Henry C, diary maker, house 40 Erie 
James John K., brass finisher, house 66 Pearl 
James John W., painter, house Crescent avenue 
James Joseph, clerk, 543 Main, house 132 Franklin 
James Joseph K., brass finisher, house 222 Broadway 
James Samuel, grocer, 541 and 543 Main, h. 2 Norfolk 
James Thomas P., house 94 Brattle 
James William, assistant professor of Physiology H. Ij ., 

house 20 Quincy 
James William A., clerk, 541 Main, boards 2 Norfolk 
Jameson Arthur O., student H. U., rms. 9 Stoughton hall 
Jameson Edwin A. L., wholesale millinery (15 Avon, B.), 

house 32 Arlington 
Jamison John, organ stop maker, house 8 Florence 
Jandreau Frank, laborer, h. Walden, n. Concord av. 
Janes John, foreman, 624 Main, house 16 Howard 
JANSSON" CflAR-LES A., mirror and picture frames, 

etc., 424 Harvard, cor. Linden, h. at Boston 
Janvier Mary C. Mrs., house 3 Inman 
Jaques M. Jane Miss, house 25 Church 
Jarecki Alfred, chemist Standard Ammonia Co., Potter, 

n. Third, bds. Ross house, Broadway 
Jarvis Amos B., book binder Riverside Press, house 125 

Auburn 



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Jarvis Lena, widow, house Andrew, n. Fairmont 
Jayes Daniel, laborer, house Clifton, near Spruce 
Jayes Dallas, laborer, boards Clifton, near Spruce 
Jayes Joseph, brick maker, bds. Daniel Jayes', Clifton 
Jaynes D. W. (Jaynes & Co.), barrel mnfr., Sydney, near 

G. J. R. R, h. at St. Louis 
Jaynes & Co. (D. W. Jaynes and J. H. Eames), barrel 

mnfrs., Sydney, at G. J. R. R. 
Jefferds James F., collector, house 1 Willard street ct. 
Jefferson James, boards Foster place 
Jefferson John, hostler J. Pike & Co., h. Foster place 
Jefferson Orestes, printer J. Wilson & Son, boards 6 

Putnam court 
Jeffrey Geo., conductor U. R. Co., boards A. S. Harri- 

man's, Arsenal grounds 
Jeffries John A., student H. U., rooms 1 Little's block 
Jelly Arthur C, student H. IT., bds. 34 Mt. Auburn 
Jelly Arthur H., boards 57 Sixth 
Jelly Emeline A., widow of James, h. 57 Sixth 
Jellison George F., conductor E. R. R., bds. 4 Sydney 
Jellison Greenleaf S., tinsmith, house 4 Sydney 
Jenkins Abbie, widow, house 14 Cowperthwaite 
Jenkins Albert (W. E. Bruce & Co.), provisions, 154 

Harvard, house 79 Clark 
Jenkins Charles L., clerk Jenkins & Jordan, h. 105 Green 
Jenkins Charles W\, clerk, 54 Harvard, bds. 79 Clark 
Jenkins Hiram, paver, house 14 Pine 
Jenkins Jennie Mrs., house 7 Lambert avenue 
Jenkins Joseph W., clerk, 54 Harvard, bds. 108 Winsor 
Jenkins Samuel (Jenkins & Jordan), lightning rods, 

Soden, house 15 Clinton 
Jenkins William H., waiter Memorial hall 
Jenkins William T., agent (2 Liberty sq., B.),h. 19J- Inman 
Jenkins & Jordan (Samuel Jenkins and Rishworth Jor- 
dan), lightning rods, Soden, n. Western avenue 
Jenness Abigail L., widow, house 47 Baldwin 
Jenness George L., lather, house rear 77 Elm 
Jenness James D., gas meter maker, h. Garden st. place 
Jenness Lewis P., clerk, 419 Main, house 429 do. 
Jenness Margaret J., widow of Wm. H., h. 418 Cambridge 
Jenness Margaret L., widow of John L., h. 382 Cambridge 
Jenness Nathaniel, conductor U. R. Co., b. Garden st. pi. 
Jenness Samuel W., house 192 Harvard 
Jennings Caroline, widow of Levi, house 64 Prospect 
Jennings David, boards 23 Fifth 
Jennings Edward L., traveling salesman (124 Water, B.), 

house 152 Cambridge 
Jennings Henry L. D., porter (103 Pearl, B.), h. 20 Elm 
Jennings James, laborer, h. 189 Spruce, below brickyard 



232 CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 

Jennings James, stone cutter, house 65 Pearl 
Jennings John, kerosene oil, house 23 Fifth 
Jennings John, jr., brick layer, boards 23 Fifth 
Jennings Joseph PI. Dr., veterinary surgeon, rear 484 

Main, house at Walpole 
Jennings Patrick, currier, h. Clay, 2cl from Harvey 
Jennings Robert, carpenter, boards 8 Watson 
Jennings Samuel W., carpenter, State, cor. Osborn, house 

at Braintree 
Jennings Thomas W., mason, house 54 Brookline 
Jennison Charles E., tinsmith, 42 Elm, h. 96 Columbia 
Jennison James Mrs., widow, house 471 Broadway 
Jennison Nathaniel M., teamster, house 8 Conlon's court 
Jensen Gurenius, provisions, Washington, cor. Brewery, 

house opposite do. 
Jerauld Alfred, potter, boards 189K North avenue 
Jessop Joseph H., confectioner (10 Tremont, B.), house 

25 Bigelow 
Jewell Anne, widow of Hosea, house 6 Pleasant place 
Jewell Charlotte E. Miss, teacher Putnam primary school, 

boards 6 Pleasant place 
Jewell Elizabeth F., widow of Gould, h. 14 Hamilton 
Jewell Frederick A., musician, house 14 Hamilton 
Jewell Geo. M., wheel stock (232 Friend, B.), house 17 

Tremont 
Jewell Otis H., carpenter, house 56 Putnam avenue 
Jewell William E., lawyer (82 Devonshire, B.), h. 39 Inman 
Jewett Darwin E., broker (24j^ Central, B.), house 1 

Henderson place 
Jewett Elverton S., collection clerk National Exchange 

Bank (28 State, B.;, h. Chestnut, cor. Hastings sq. 
Jewett Frank P., gas fitter (24>£ Central, B.), boards 1 

Henderson place 
Jhrman Mary Miss, house 43 Market 
Joel Joseph, cigar maker, house 5 Rollins court 
Joel Samuel W., traveler, house 5 Watson 
Johanson John, case maker M. & H. Organ Co., house 95 

Norfolk 
Johnson Abiather H., painter, house 71 Concord avenue 
Johnson Alonzo F., clerk (P. O., B.), h. 143 Cambridge 
Johnson Andrew M. G. N., carpenter, house 63 School 
Johnson Ann Miss, h. offMt. Auburn, next City building 
Johnson Augustus, porter (63 Summer, B.), h. 81 Elm 
Johnson Benj. H., student H. U., rooms 28 Holyoke house 
Johnson Charles B., porter (1 High, B.), h. 66 Winter 
Johnson Charles S., machinist M. & H. Organ Co. 
Johnson Edward, laborer, house 124 Third 
Johnson Edward F., student H. U., rooms 14 Felton bldg. 
Johnson Eunice S., widow of Henry F., house 16 Story 



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Johnson Francis H., fish (114 F. H. market, B.), house 34 

Columbia [116 Norfolk 

Johnson Francis H., salesman (169 Washington B.), h. 
Johnson Frank, horse dealer, boards rear 112 Columbia 
Johnson Franklin Rev., pastor Old Cambridge Baptist 

society, house 23 Irving 
Johnson Frederick, clerk Win. Hutchins, Somerville av., 

house at Somerville [312 North av. 

Johnson Geo. Exelbee, conductor U. R. Co., h. Elm House, 
Johnson Geo. H., leather (43 High, B.), h. 30 Arlington 
Johnson George H., clergyman, boards 16 Story 
Johnson Gustave, pattern maker, h. 40 Putnam avenue 
Johnson Henry, teamster, house 7 Fifth 
Johnson Henry H. Mrs., house 23 Wallace 
Johnson Henry W., student H. U., rms. 10 College house 
Johnson Herman A., organ tuner, 624 Main, h. 47 River 
Johnson James, diary maker, house Andrew 
Johnson James,. laborer, boards Bristol, opp. Berkshire 
Johnson James B., grocer, 65 Sixth, house 133 Spring 
Johnson James W., hairdresser, 128 Cambridge, boards at 

Boston [h. 32 Cherry 

JOHNSON JAMES W., stoves and tinware, 423 Main, 
Johnson John, carpenter, house 468 Cambridge 
Johnson John N., student H. U., boards 21 Mellen 
Johnson John Q. A., house 21 Mellen 
Johnson Joseph F., student H. U., rooms 55 North av. 
Johnson Joseph W., teamster M. & H. Organ Co., house 

2 Harrison 
Johnson J. Norton, student H. U., rooms 21 Mellen 
Johnson Laurence H. H., student H. U., rooms 27 Stough- 

ton hall 
Johnson Lawrence, iron melter, house 44 Clark 
Johnson Marshall, fish (Union, cor. Friend, B.), house cor. 

Washington and Norfolk 
Johnson Martha A., widow of Charles, boarding-house, 

74 Cambridge [Cambridge 

Johnson Matilda, widow of Henry, h. rear Ninth, near 
Johnson Peter, laborer, house rear 61 Harvard 
Johnson Peter, laborer, house rear 57 Charles 
Johnson Robert, carpenter, house 41 Washington 
Johnson Samuel A., student H. U., boards 4 Mt. Auburn 
Johnson Sarah F., widow, house rear 356 Broadway 
Johnson Sidney C., fish dealer (150 Court, B.), house 54 

Prospect 
Johnson Susan, widow, house rear 19 Brewery 
Johnson Thomas, cabinet maker, boards 25 Cedar 
Johnson Thomas F., bookkeeper, boards 44 Clark 
Johnson William, brush maker, house 5 Mullin's court 
Johnson William, coachman, house 33 Carson 



234 CAMBRrDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 

Johnson William, laborer, house 144 Pleasant 

Johnson William, clerk, 640 Main, h. 18 Western avenue 

Johnson William H., waiter Memorial hall 

Johnson William H., house 88 Norfolk 

Johnson William L., student H. U., boards 16 Story 

Johnsson Samuel, coachman John S. Paine, h. 19 Centre 

Johnston John, organ maker, boards 159 Main 

Johnston Robert, conductor Central Vermont R. R., h. 

60K Cambridge 
Johnston William, cooper, house 185 Norfolk 
Johnstone Geo. S., variety store, 144 Hampshire, h. 146 do. 
Joll George M., hairdresser, Ramsay's bldg., \% Brattle, 

Harvard square, house 18 Shepard 
Jones Allison, waiter, house 7 Webster avenue 
Jones Allison A., flour inspector, bds. 7 Webster avenue 
Jones Amos, policeman, house 71 Thorndike 
Jones Andrew, mason, house 31 Second 
Jones Andrew J., blacksmith, Church, cor. Palmer, house 

23 North avenue 
Jones Ann, widow of Thomas, house 47 Spruce 
Jones Anna E., widow of Wm. R., house 307 Harvard 
Jones Anna Maria, teacher Gannett primary school, house 

at Boston [Kirkland 

Jones Arthur E., lawyer (54 Devonshire, B.), house 21 
Jones Arthur M., student H. TJ., rooms 20 Holyoke house 
Jones Austin K., janitor H. U., house 465 Broadway 
Jones Charles, machinist (82 Sudbury, B.), house 75 Gore 
Jones Charles B., policeman, station 2, house 106 Auburn 
Jones Charles E., wheelwright, house 110 Gore 
Jones Charles H., teamster, house 31 Jay 
Jones Charles L. (Chas. L. Jones & Co.), soap and candle 

mnfr., 86 Pearl, and (193 State, B.), h.299 Harvard 
JONES CHARLES L. & CO. (Chas. L., Henry E., and 

Frank H. Jones), soap and candle manfrs., 86 Pearl, 

and (193 State, B.) 
Jones Charles R., steam fitter, house 12 Union 
Jones Charles W., clerk (19 Exchange place, B.), house 

285 Harvard 
Jones Charles W., carpenter, house 5 Squire's court 
Jones Daniel, laborer, house 31 Hastings 
Jones Edmond F., waiter, house 7 West [104 Prospect 
Jones Edward W. S,, stationery (32 Franklin, B.), boards 
Jones Elias, teamster, house 143 Columbia 
Jones Elias F., teamster, house 32 Market 
Jones Elizabeth, widow, house 28 William 
Jones Frances R. Mrs., house 46 Lee 
Jones Fanny A., widow of Perley C, house 29 Shepard 
Jones Frank H. (C. L. Jones & Co.), soap mnfr., 86 Pearl 

and (193 State, B.), house 46 Lee [Crescent 

Jones Frederick C, clerk Cambridge Gas Co., boards 5 



CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 235 

Jones George F., clerk (216 State, B.), house 44 Langdon 
Jones George N. (Wyeth & Co.), 3 Holyoke house, rooms 

16 Winthrop 
Jones Henry, jobber, house 36 Union 
Jones Henry, laborer, house 36 Brewery 
Jones Henry, salesman, boards 210 Harvard 
Jones Henry C, bookbinder, house 40 Erie 
Jones Henry C, student H. IL, rooms 6 Hollis hall 
Jones Henry E. (C. L. Jones & Co.), soap and candle 

mnfr., 86 Pearl and (193 State, B.), h. 276 Harvard 
Jones Henry I., hairdresser 27 Fifth, house Marion street, 

Sornerville 
Jones Henry O., student H. IT., rooms 38 Divinity hall 
Jones Herbert L., melodeon key-maker, 139 Broadway, 

boards 420 Main 
Jones James, cabinet maker, house 179 Norfolk 
Jones James Mrs., widow, house 10 Watson 
Jones James T., 7 Harvard sq., rooms 25 Kirkland 
Jones John, boiler maker, 92 Main, house Pioneer avenue 
Jones John H., commercial traveler, bds. 108 Cambridge 
Jones John L., compositor Riverside Press, house 102 

Putnam avenue 
Jones John L., jr., compositor, rooms 95 Mt. Auburn 
Jones John N., student H. U., boards 3 Mason 
Jones John R., student H. U., boards 46 Mt. Auburn 
Jones John W., teamster, boards 143 Columbia 
Jones Joseph H., carpenter, house 420 Main 
Jones Joseph M., boiler maker, house 4 Tufts 
Jones J., collar maker, 10 Arrow house at Sornerville 
Jones J. Willard, clerk F. A. Gerry, North avenue., bds. 

at Sornerville 
Jones Leonard S., house 21 Kirkland 
Jones Maggie E., house 15 Wallace 
Jones Maria, widow of George, rooms 16 Winthrop 
Jones Mark A., druggist 43 Gore, house 15 Third 
Jones Martha R. Miss, clerk C. F. Belcher, h. 865 Main 
Jones Robert, furrier (466 Washington, B.), house 210 

Harvard 
Jones Robert G. (19 High, B.), house 21 Kirkland 
Jones Royal, waiter Memorial hall [Fourth 

Jones Rufus R., pattern maker (So. Boston), boards 26 
Jones Samuel G., carpenter, boards 16 Farwell place 
Jones Seth C, machinist 12 Gore, house at Maiden 
Jones Thomas W.,stereotyper Riverside Press, h. 15 Elmer 
Jones Walter W., foreman 12 Gore, house at Maiden 
Jones William, house 179 Norfolk 
Jones William C, bookkeeper (9 Tremont row, B.), house 

Waverly, near Putnam av. [Harvard 

Jones William Herbert, clerk 105 Magazine, boards 307 



236 CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 

Jones William H., meat carver Memorial hall, h. Athens, 

near Grant 
Jones William Gordon, prop. Hotel Gordon (7 Central 

court, B.), house 27 Irving 
Jones William R., laborer, house 82 Harvard 
Jonsson Carl R., picture frame maker, 424 Harvard, bds. 

at South Boston 
Jordan Arthur L., supt. No. Cambridge P. O., F. R. R. 

station, North avenue, h. at West Somerville 
Jordan Charles W., organ tuner M. & H. O. Co., house 

207 Harvard 
Jordan David M., painter, house 1 Austin place 
Jordan Frank EL, salesman (450 Washington, B.), boards 

38 Hancock 
Jordan Fred. D., student H. U., rooms 1 College house 
Jordan George E., salesman (B.), boards 38 Hancock 
Jordan James, stone cutter, boards 27 Mt. Auburn 
Jordan John, iron molder, house 1 Foster 
Jordan Joseph W., cement maker, 247 Main, h. 21 Hews 
Jordan Moses, barrel dealer, house 31 Antrim 
Jordan Rishworth (Jenkins & Jordan), lightning rods, 

Soden, house 38 Hancock 
Jordan Sabin, teamster, house 88 Fifth 
Jordan William N., clerk, boards 274 North avenue 
Jose Edwin H. (Howes & Jose), lawyer, 583 Main, bds. 

37 Essex 
Joseph Charles D. B., plumber, house 88 Gore 
Joseph Isaac (I. & J. Joseph), fruit, etc., 455 Main, house 

44 School [44 School 

Joseph John (I. & J. Joseph), fruit, etc., 455 Main, house 
Joseph I. & J. (Isaac and John), fruit, etc., 455 Main 
Joseph Manuel, peddler, house Brookline 
Josselyn Aaron, watch maker, 62 Cambridge, h. 78 Sixth 
Josselyn Annie B. Miss, teacher Putnam grammar school, 

boards 78 Sixth 
Josselyn Francis (Custom House, B.), house 21 Cottage 
Jouett Isaac W. (686 Washington, B.), h. 12 Meacham 
Joy David Edward, gardener, 233 North avenue, house 3 

Coggswell place 
Joy Frances C. Mrs., house 33 Treraont 
Joy Frederick, student H. U., rooms 6 Thayer hall 
Joy Isaac (Joy, Luther & Co.), carpenter, 3 River, house 

127 Auburn 
Joy Isaac, at American Net and Twine Co. (43 Commer- 
cial, Boston), boards 48 Spring 
Joy, Luther & Co. (Isaac Joy, Thomas H. Luther and 

Ichabod Kent), carpenters and builders, 3 River 
Joyce Bart, glazier, boards 353 Cambridge 
Joyce Edward, glazier, boards 353 Cambridge 



CAMBRIDGE [|[] DIRECTORY. 237 

Joyce George F., student H. U., rooms 5 Stoughton hall 

Joyce Stephen, laborer, house 154 Third 

Jude William, laborer, house 160 Putnam avenue 

Judkins Eliza M. Miss, artist, house 11 Plympton 

Jukes Wm., glassblower N. E. Glass Co., rms. 28 Winter 

Julianus John F., brassmolder, boards 58 Columbia 

Julianus John J., cabinetmaker, boards 58 Columbia 

KALER DANIEL, laborer, house rear 37 Banks 

Kaler John, molder, Western avenue, near the bridge, 

boards at Boston 
Kaliher Michael, cabinetmaker, house rear 6 East 
Kallady Patrick, laborer, house 17 Porter 
Kaman Nellie, clerk (37 Temple pi., B.), b. 13 Florence 
Kaman Pobert W. clerk (477 Washington, B.), boards 

13 Florence 
Kane Bridget, widow of William, house 33 Porter 
Kane Daniel, laborer, house 15 Carson 
Kane Frank X., printer, boards 56 Pearl 
Kane Henry, laborer, boards 51 Vine 
Kane James, laborer, house 51 Vine 
Kane James, teamster, house 431 Cambridge 
Kane John, teamster, house 33 Warren 
Kane John H., bookbinder University Press, boards 10 

Hayes court 
Kane John J., laborer, house 121 Spring 
Kane Margaret, widow of John, house 10 Hayes court 
Kane Michael, glasspacker, house 4 Winter 
Kane Michael (Mooney & Kane), boots and shoes, 177 

Cambridge, boards 42 Spring 
Kane Martin, driver, house 36 Ellery 
Kane Owen, butcher, boards Michael Nolan's, Harvey 
Kane Patrick, laborer, house 9 Baldwin court 
Kane Robert F., packer, house 10 Hayes court 
Kane William, butcher, boards 33 Warren 
Kane, see Cain [bridge 

Kaneko Nao Tsgu, law student H. U., rooms 717 Cam- 
Karcher Philip, porter, house 85 Pleasant 
Karnan John H., tinsmith, house 13 Florence 
Kaula Francis, actionmaker M. & H. O. Co. h. 123 Winsor 
Kavanagh Margaret, widow of Joseph, h. 259 Broadway 
Kavanagh, see Cavanagh 

Kay James, hostler H. K. Parsons & Co., h. 5 Tenney 
Kay John, hostler H. K. Parsons & Co., h. 5 Tenney 
Kay Thomas, proprietor North Cambridge and Somer- 

ville Express (57 Kingston, B.), boards 5 Tenney 
Kay, see Keay, also Keyes 
Kazar John H., engineer, house 45 Blackstone 
Keaney Frank W., hostler, boards 151 Winsor 






238 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

Keaney James, laborer, house 151 Winsor 

Keaney James M., laborer, boards 151 Winsor 

Kearin John, laborer, house 79 Spruce, cor. Montgomery 

Kearney William, blacksmith, house 9 Portland 

Keating Henry, cooper, boards 142 Thorndike 

Keating John, hostler, boards 45 Coggswell avenue 

Keating John, cooper, boards 142 Thorndike 

Keating Mary, widow of James, house 142 Thorndike 

Keay Charles S., diarymaker, house 95 Magazine 

Keay Edward E., fireman S. F. E., No. 1, Brattle square, 

rooms do. 
Keay Erburn S., farmer, house Walden, next Raymond 
Keay Hattie N. Miss, teacher Reed primary school, bds. 

E. S. Keay's, Walden, next Raymond 
Keefe Cornelia, widow, house 84 Fifth 
Keefe Daniel, plumber, 499>£ Main, bds. at Somerville 
Keefe Daniel, trunkmaker J. R. Paine, house at Boston 
Keefe Edward, cooper, boards 168 Dublin 
Keefe Ellen, widow of John, house, rear 12 Short 
Keefe Margaret Miss, seamstress, house 856 Main 
Keefe Margaret, widow of Thomas, house rear 18 East 
Keefe Richard, photographer,* 563 Main, h. at Somerville 
Keefe, see Keif, also O'Keefe 
Keegan Bernard, cook, house 87>£ Harvard 
Keegan Louisa Miss, house 29 Webster avenue 
Keegan Peter, laborer, boards rear 164 Gore 
Keegan Thomas, laborer, boards 186 Gore 
Keeler Adelaide A. Miss, teacher Washington grammar 

school, boards 41 Inman 
Keeler Cornelius P., house 19 Bowdoin 
Keeler George A., clerk, boards W Bowdoin 
Keeler George S., coach body maker, h. 93 Thorndike 
Keeler Julia W., teacher High school 
Keely Joseph, laborer, house 11 Dinsmore court 
Keeman John J., confectioner (10 Tremont, B.), house 

21 Green 
Keen Alden D., physician, house 26 North av., c. Jarvis 
Keen Alpheus A., clerk, house 46 Cherry 
Keen Joseph R., tinsmith, 502 Main, h. 6 Cottage court 
Keenan James, carriage washer, house 188 Green 
Keenan James H., carpenter, house 98 Tremont 
Keenan John, laborer, house 309 Cambridge 
Keenan John, carpenter, house 4 Decatur 
Keenan John, laborer, boards New 
Keenan John J., confectionery (10 Tremont, B.), house 

21 Green 
Keenaii Lawrence, laborer, boards New 
Keenan Martin, laborer, house rear 123 Third 
Keenan Michael A., carpenter, house 101 Tremont 



CAMBRIDGE [K] DIRECTORY. 239 

Keenan Patrick, laborer, house New, near F. R. R. 

Keenan Thomas, blacksmith L. R. R. shop, h. 159 Bridge 

Keenan Thomas, laborer, house 123 Third 

Keenan Thomas H., glass cutter, house 101 Tremont 

Keene Francis B., student H. IT., rooms 11 Lawrence hall 

Keener William A., law student, rooms 13 Kirkland place 

Kehoe James, book binder, house 14 Rockwell 

Keif Thomas L., foreman, 37 Clark, h. 3 Worcester 

Keif, see Keefe, also O'Keefe 

Keith Adelaide A. Miss, teacher Washington grammar 

school, boards 48 Pleasant 
Keith Chas. P., broom manufacturer, 412 Main, h. 414 do. 
Keith Hattie E. Miss, teacher Allston grammar school, 

boards 35 Essex 
Keith James M, painter, house 390 Main 
Keith William H., provisions, 191 North av., h. 189 do. 
Kelleher Bartholomew, grocer, 408 Cambridge, house 109 

Winsor [Mill block, Bristol 

Kelleher Cornelius, in Boston Rolling mill, house Rolling 
Kelleher Daniel, laborer, house rear 23 Carson 
Kelleher Daniel, laborer, house 133 Brookline 
Kelleher Dennis, laborer, house 173 Elm 
Kelleher Dennis, laborer, house 1593^ F'ranklin 
Kelleher James, currier, house 36 Reed 
Kelleher James, laborer, house 91 Elm 
Kelleher Jeremiah, hostler H. K. Parsons & Co., house at 

Somerville 
Kelleher John A., clerk, boards 58 Cedar 
Kelleher John W., grocer, 85 Spruce, house do. 
Kelleher Julia, widow, house 83 Spruce 
Kelleher Patrick, laborer, house 58 Cedar 
Kelleher Timothy, laborer, house 47 Jefferson 
Kelleher William, laborer, house 7 Reed 
Kelleher William J., book binder, house 26 Decatur 
Kellenberger Andrew, varnisher M. & H. Organ Co., h. 

155 Otis 
Keller Andrew, wood turner, house 73 Third 
Kelley Albert, machinist, house 11 Decatur 
Kelley Alexander P., pianoforte action manufacturer, 113 

Broadway, house 25 Essex 
Kelley Bernard, gardener, house 22 Hudson place 
Kelley Bernard F., salesman (58 Merrimac, B.), boards 

178 Cambridge 
Kelley Catherine, widow of Michael, house 54 Amory 
Kelley Charles H., house 25 Essex 
Kelley Charles H., glass cutter, boards 54 Amory 
Kelley Charles J. (J. D. Keliey & Son), painter, boards 

1 Pioneer avenue 
Kelley Daniel, laborer, house 149 Elm 



240 CAMBRIDGE []£] DIRECTORY. 

Kelley Edward, candle maker, boards 13 Valentine 

Kelley Edward, laborer, house Andrew, near Somerset 

Kelley Edward, laborer, house 23 Reed 

Kelley Edward, laborer, house 128 Bridge 

Kelley Edward J., cabinet maker, boards 128 Bridge 

Kelley Elizabeth, widow of Joseph L., house 33 Linnaean 

Kelley Francis A., upholsterer, 70 Cambridge, boards 106 

Fourth 
Kelley Frank M., clerk, 10 Arrow, house at Watertown 
Kelley George R., student H. U., rooms 34 Matthews hall 
Kelley George T., hackman, house 22 Porter 
Kelley Isabella, widow of John, house 106 Fourth 
Kelley James, carpenter, boards 104 Sparks # 

Kelley James, plasterer, house 37 Cambridge 
Kelley James, marble cutter, house 287 Cambridge 
Kelley James, teamster, house 77 Fifth 
Kelley James C, painter (63 Merrimac, B.), h. 6 Water 
Kelley James E., printer (39 Arch, B.), h. 267 Cambridge 
Kelley James M., clerk (Somerville), bds. 1 Holly av. 
Kelley John, laborer, house 106 Webster avenue 
Kelley John, boiler maker, 92 Main, house 13 Salem 
Kelley John, plumber, 599>£ Main, boards at Watertown 
Kelley John, soap maker, house 11 Hamilton 
Kelley John D., painter (161 Hanover, B.), h. 1 Pioneer av. 
Kelley John F., painter, house 3 Brooks 
Kelley John H., soap maker, house 160 Harvard 
Kelley John J., baker William Wright, house 10 Revere 
Kelley Joseph B., slate coating paint (28 Charlestown, 

B.), house 22 Mount Auburn 
Kelley Jos. J., cabinet maker, 54 Cambridge, h. 91 Third 
Kelley Lawrence, marble polisher, house 105 Elm 
Kelley Maria, widow of Michael, house 14 Grant 
Kelley Michael, stone cutter, house 40 Union 
Kelley Michael, teaser N. E. Glass Co., house 14 North 
Kelley Michael, boards 1 Holly avenue 
Kelley Michael A., glass maker, house 113 Fourth 
Kelley Moses, carpenter, house rear 142 Thorndike 
Kelley Patrick, switchman B. & M. R. R., h. 21 Sixth 
Kelley Patrick, baker, house 9 Hancock 
Kelley Patrick, marble worker, h. Bristol, n. Webster av. 
Kelley Peter, machinist, boards 105 Elm 
Kelley Peter A., plumber, boards 354 Broadway 
Kelley Richard, tailor, house 140 Elm 
Kelley Robert R., commission merchant (176 Atlantic av., 

B.), boards 3 Plymouth 
Kelley Samuel J. (Kelley & McKinnon), carpenter, 7 

Western avenue, house 130,^ Green 
Kelley Sarah E. Miss, dressmaker, 1 Pioneer av., bds. do. 
Kelley Stillman F., salesman (28 Central, B.), house 

Pemberton, near North avenue 



CAMBRIDGE [£] DIRECTORY. 241 

Kelley Thomas, teamster, boards 8 Davis 
Kelley Thomas J., book binder, house rear 233 Franklin 
Kelley Timothy, glass maker, house 420 Cambridge 
Kelley Timothy, stucco worker, house 8 Short 
Kelley Webster, student H. U., rooms 10 Oxford 
Kelley William, brick layer, house 26 Vine 
Kelley William, hack driver Alexander Xixon, boards do. 
Kelley William P., plumber, boards 54 Amory 
Kelley & MoKinnon (Samuel J. Kelley and Chas. E. Mc- 
Kinnon), carpenters and builders, 7 Western avenue 
Kellogg Augusta W., widow of L. P., h. 26 Trowbridge 
Kellogg Jeremiah N., laborer, house 31 Washington 
Kelly Catharine, widow of Peter, house 74 Spruce 
Kelly Dolly S., widow of Amasa S., house 10 Perry 
Kelly Edward, painter, 54 Cambridge, bds. 1 Spring pi. 
Kelly Geo. B. (Kelly & Rand), action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Jamaica Plain 
Kelly Jos. H., hack driver W. L. Lockhart, bds. 96 Gore 
Kelly Joseph M., printer Riverside Press, boards 105 

Putnam avenue 
Kelly Patrick, laborer, house 5 Willard court 
Kelly Patrick, laborer, h. Concord av., 2nd from F. R. R. 
Kelly & Rand (George B. Kelly and E. L. Rand), organ 

action makers, 162 Broadway 
Kelsey Albert H., builder and contractor, house Arling- 
ton, near Washington avenue 
Kelsey Anson H. (Kelsey Bros. & a Co.), furniture, etc., 

556 Main, house 1 Green 
KELSEY BROTHERS & CO. (Anson H., John H.,and 
William Kelsey), furniture dealers and upholsterers, 
556 Main 
Kelsey Henry T., glass cutter, house 7 Fourth 
Kelsey John B., house 67 River 
Kelsey John H. (Kelsey Brothers & Co.), furniture, etc., 

556 Main, house 28 Upton 
Kelsey William (Kelsey Brothers & Co.), furniture, etc., 

556 Main, house 11 Cottage 
Kelsey William H., upholsterer, house 9 Front 
Kelso Jennie, widow of William, house 71 School 
Kelso William, boiler maker, 356 Main, h.21 Washington 
Kemedy William, horse trader, 365 North av., "house do. 
Kemmick H. Agnes, widow of John, jr., h. 133 Pearl 
Kemp Edward E., soap maker, boards 166 Harvard 
Kemp Edwin E. (Olive & Kemp), apothecary, 152 Har- 
vard, boards 166 do. 
Kemp Horace G. (Lysander Kemp & Sons), soap manu- 
facturer, Davis, house 164 Harvard 
Kemp James H. (Lysander Kemp & Sons), soap manu- 
facturer, Davis, boards 166 Harvard 
16 



242 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

Kemp Lysander (Lysander Kemp & Sons), soap manu- 

factuter, Davis, cor. Broadway, house 166 Harvard 
Kemp Lysander & Sons (Lysander, James H., and Horace 
G. Kemp), soap manufacturers, Davis, cor. Broadway 
Kempton Lemuel, commission merchant (126 Commercial 

B.), house 24 Mount Auburn 
Kempton Sarah, widow of Lemuel, bds. 24 Mt. Auburn 
Kendall Albert S., bookkeeper, 14 Brighton, house Haw- 
thorn, corner Acacia 
Kendall Edward (Kendall & Roberts), machinist and 

boiler maker, 72 and 92 Main, house 139 Magazine 
Kendall Frank Irving, student H. U., rooms 14 Felton 
building [West Somerville 

Kendall Fred. J., watchmaker, 132 Cambridge, boards at 
Kendall Geo. F., clerk (204 State, B.), bds. 139 Magazine 
Kendall Hannah Mrs., house 1 Dover 
Kendall Hannah P. Miss, telegraph operator Riverside 

Press, house 20 Florence 
Kendall Harriet L., widow of John B., h. 119 Washington 
Kendall Isaac F., sawyer, 624 Main, house 3 Lawrence 
Kendall James, supt. marble quarry (Vt.), h. 21 Tremont 
Kendall Joshua, private school, 13 Appian-way, house 

123 Inman 
Kendall Mary, widow of Peter, house 79 Inman 
Kendall William M., student, boards 123 Inman 
KENDALL & ROBERTS (Edward Kendall and Geo. 

B. Roberts), proprietors Charles River Iron Works, 
machinists and boiler makers, 72 and 92 Main 

Kendrick John R., dry goods peddler, house 4 Gore 
Kenerson Wm. W., dining saloon, 627 Main, and pro- 
visions, 150 Hampshire, house do. 
Kenerson, see Kenneson ; also Kennerson and Kenison 
Kenison Nicholas D., sawyer, house 531 Main 
Kenison Sarah E. Mrs. (Kenison & Waicl), 531 Main, h. do. 
Kenison & Waid (Mrs. Sarah E. Kenison and Miss Hattie 

C. Waid), millinery and dressmaking, 531 Main 
Keniston Jas. M., physician and surgeon, 13 Essex, h. do. 
Keniston Reuben C. Mrs., house 38 Orchard 

Kennard Benjamin, policeman station 1, house 9 DeWolf 
Kennard Harriet C. Miss, house 9 DeWolf 
Kennard Lizzie L. Miss, house 9 DeWolf 
Kennedy Bridget, widow of John, house 83 Elm 
Kennedy Daniel, blacksmith, Winsor, junction Webster 

avenue, house 131 Winsor 
Kennedy Daniel, glass blower, house 4 Jefferson 
Kennedy Edward J., carpenter, boards 87 Elm 
Kennedy Ellen, widow of James, house 87 Elm 
KENNEDY FRANK A., cracker, bread, and cake baker, 

502 Main, house 8 Highland 



CAMBRIDGE []£] DIRECTORY. 243 

Kennedy James, laborer, h. 15 Warren, n. Cambridge 
Kennedy James, brush maker (290 Commercial, B.), house 

29 Porter 
Kennedy James F., printer Riverside Press, bds. 5 Lincoln 
Kennedy John, engineer Middlesex Bleachery pump 

house, Sacramento, house at Somerville 
Kennedy John A. Mrs., house rear 101 Cambridge 
Kennedy Lawrence B., clerk, 143 Hampshire, bds. 83 Elm 
Kennedy Martin, laborer, house 39 Union 
Kennedy Patrick, laborer, house 242 Cambridge 
Kennedy Patrick, laborer, house rear 56 Charles 
Kennedy Rebecca S. Mrs., bds. 351 Harvard 
Kennedy Thomas, florist, Cedar square, h. 28 Spruce 
Kennedy Thomas, gardener, house 11 Grant 
Kennedy Thomas, blacksmiths' helper, house 28 Hastings 
Kennerson Winfield S., butcher, house 8 DeWolf 
Kenneson Thaddeus D., student H. U., rooms 13 Hollis 

hall 
Kenneson, see Kenerson, also Kennerson and Kenison 
Kenney Ann, widow of Patrick, house 6 Winsor 
Kenney Catherine Miss, house 19 Murdock 
Kenney Charles F., instructor House of Correction, house 

114 Spring 
Kenney Edward, laborer, house 133 Webster av. 
Kenney Ellen, widow of Patrick, bds. Pioneer, c. Deacon 
Kenney Eugene, coffin maker W. L. Lockhart, house 163 

Winsor 
Kenney Frank, house rear 508 Main 
Kenney Frank, clerk, 449 Main, house at Boston 
Kenney Frank, organ varnisher, 624 Main, boards 22 

Murdock [av., Somerville 

Kenney' Hugh, carpenter, 48 Cambridge, h. Somerville 
Kenney James F., clerk (B.), boards 97 Auburn 
Kenney Joanna Mrs., house 3 Baldwin's court 
Kenney John, laborer, house 33 Harding 
Kenney John, teamster, house Tannery, 3d on left 
Kenney John (Cummings, Kenney & Co.), lumber, 

Bridge, opp. Prison point bridge, house at Boston 
Kenney John, tin plate worker, house 22 Murdock 
Kenney John F., machinist, boards 6 Winsor 
Kenney John S., painter, house r. 187 Cambridge 
Kenney Leander S., glass dealer, house 62 Winter 
Kenney Michael, laborer, house 3 Baldwin court 
Kenney Michael C, boards 6 Winsor 
Kenney Patrick, laborer, house rear 30 Front [ton 

Kenney Richard A., ales, wines etc., 449 Main, h. at Bos- 
Kenney Timothy, baker, boards 22 Murdock 
Kenney William, marble cutter, house 470 Cambridge 
Kennuff John, stone cutter, house rear 141 Elm 



244 CAMBRIDGE [X] DIRECTORY. 

Kenny Alice M. Miss, dress maker, h. 10 Decatur court 

Kenny Ellen, widow, house 10 Decatur court 

Kenny James E., oyster and commission merchant (134 

Central, B.), house-97 Auburn 
Kenny Michael, cooper, house 10 Decatur court 
Kenny Nellie Miss, tailoress, boards 10 Decatur court 
Kenny Thomas G., blacksmith, Palmer, near Brattle, 

house rear 13 Charles River 
Kent Clara E. Miss, music teacher, house 858 Main 
Kent Esther, widow of William, house 30 Western av. 
Kent George, teamster (21 F. H. square, B-), rooms 143 

Thorn dike 
Kent George H., salesman, 464 Harvard, boards 22 Far- 
well place [89 Spring 
Kent George W., teamster Otis S. Brown & Co., house 
Kent Ichabod (Joy, Luther & Co.), carpenter, 3 River, 

house 18 William 
Kent Mary E., clerk (B.), rooms 308 Harvard 
Kent M. C., Mrs., dressmaker, house 858 Main 
Kent Otis W., carpenter, house 858 Main 
Kent Percy, student H. IT., rooms 45 Gray's hall 
Kent William H. Mrs., house 318 Harvard 
Keough Daniel, night watchman U. R. Co. stable, Cam- 
bridge, house 29 Baldwin 
Keough John, grocer, 36 Harvard, house do. 
Keough Roger, driver U. R. Co., house 29 Baldwin 
Kerby James, driver Boston Ice Co., boards at Boston . 
Kern Henry, cabinet maker, boards 57 Gore 
Kern Rebecca, widow of Theodore, h. 21 Coggswell av. 
Kernan James, undertaker, 3 Brattle, h. 78 Mt. Auburn 
Kernan Thomas, laborer, house 111 Spring 
Kerr Henry, laborer, house 9 Dinsmore court 
Kerr Henry, case maker M. & H. Organ Co. h. r. 13 Pine 
Kerr John C., currier, house 25 Baldwin 
Kerr Peter, printer Traveler office (31 State, B.), boards 

25 Baldwin 
Kerr Robert, painter, boards Front, cor. State 
Kerrigan James, laborer, house r. 382 Cambridge 
Kerrigan John, butcher, house 39 Willow place 
Kersey William, paver, house 200 Norfolk 
Kershaw Charles E., safe mnfr. (11 and 13 Green, B.), h. 

5 Day 
Kessler Walter, student H. U., rooms 5 Holyoke house 
Ketchum Geo. B., clerk, Lake, cor. Pearl, b. 82 Magazine 
Keyes Isaac, house 16 Holyoke 
Keyes James, book agent, house 210 Columbia 
Keyes Prescott, student H. U., rooms 25 Matthews hall 
Keyes, see Keay [Temple 

Kidd Alexander L., conductor Union Railway Co., bds. 8 



CAMBRIDGE []£] DIRECTORY. 245 

Kidd Margaret L. Mrs., house 8 Temple 
Kidd William J., carpenter, house 103 Fourth 
Kidder Charles A., student H. U., rooms 17 Matthews hall 
Kidder Henry T., law student H. U., rooms 5 Linden 
Kidder Merrill H., dining rooms, 108 Cambridge, h. do. 
Kidder William A., agent B. & A. R. R. (East Boston), 

house 256 North avenue 
Kieley James, teamster, house 6 Gore 
Kieley John, laborer, house 2 Rogers block, Washington 
Kieley John, clerk, 153 Harvard, boards 1S8 do. 
Kieley William, laborer, house 11 Carson [Auburn 

Kiernan Thos. J., asst. in law school library H. U.,h. 84 Mt. 
Kilbreth Edward J., express driver, bds. 13 H Franklin 
Kilbreth Frank L., carpenter, 113 Broadway, boards 13>£ 

Franklin 
Kilbreth James, house 13>£ Franklin 
Kilburn Cornelius, laborer, boards 103 Broadway 
Kilburn Curwin H., currier, h. Crescent, next Sacramento 
Kilburn Edward J., agent (1131 Tremont, B.), chouse 28 

Norfolk 
Kilburn Henry W., student H. U., rooms 1 Gray's hall 
Kilfoy John, laborer, house Green, near Hancock 
Killam James A., carpenter, b. 165 Prospect, n. Cambridge 
Killian Bernard, laborer, house 21 Carson 
Killon Margaret Mrs., dressmaker, 28 Fifth, house do. 
Killon Wesley, laborer, boards 28 Fifth 
Kilroy Michael, currier, house 39 Baldwin [waite 

Kimball Adolphus, waiter Memorial hall, h. 39 Cowperth- 
Kimball Charles H., clerk (13 West, B.), house 16>£ 

Western avenue 
Kimball Edmund student H. U., rooms 31 Thayer hall 
Kimball Elbridge G., student H. U., rooms 39 Brattle 
Kimball Fred. W., clerk, boards 247 Putnam avenue 
Kimball George A., bookkeeper, 621 Main, bds. 686 do. 
Kimball Harvey B., station agent Middlesex Central 

Branch R. R., North av., h. 372 do. [Austin 

Kimball J. Franklin, merchant tailor, 567 Main, house 49 
KIMBALL WILLIAM, merchant tailor, 3 Harvard row, 

boards 151 Mount Auburn 
Kimball Willis H., boards 181 Harvard 65 Ellery 

K1NCAID FRANK G., provisions (83 Merrimac, B.), b. 
Kincaid John A., carriage maker, 442 Main, house at 

Somerville 
King Alex., engineer (76 Sudbury, B.), h. 3 Boardman pi. 
King Alfred E., salesman (78 Friend, B.), b. 76 Magazine 
King Almira M. Miss, house 56 Brighton 
King Angeline F.,' widow, house 3 Austin 
King Ann, widow of Michael, house 2 Vine 



246 CAMBRIDGE []£] DIRECTORY. 

King Barney, hair dresser, Portland, cor. Hastings, house 

56 Washington 
King Benjamin, real estate, h. 18 Clinton [bridge 

King Benjamin, pattern maker (First, So. B.), h. 19 Cam- 
King Benjamin Mrs., dressmaker, 19 Cambridge, h. do. 
King Caleb, bar tender (188 Tremont, B.), h. 172 Third 
King Charles F., furniture carver (Border, E. B.), house 
21 Vine [76 Magazine 

King Edwin L., map mounter (646 Washington, B.), h. 
King George H., boards 8 Brookline 
King Gustavus, hair dresser, 459 Main, house 15 Pine 
King Henry W., law student H. U., b. 141 Mt. Auburn 
King James, molder, house 35 Essex 
King James, laborer F. R. R., boards 45 Coggswell av. 
King John, waiter Memorial hall 
King John B., expressman, house 128 Third 
King John H., confectioner, 503 Main, b. 15 Washington 
King Joseph C., plumber, boards 354 Broadway 
King Joseph R., tinman, house 6 Cottage court 
King Louisa, widow of Joseph, house 203 Cambridge 
King Lydia S., teacher Harvard grammar school, house 

113 Prospect 
King Mary, widow of Patrick, house 15 Washington 
King Moses, student H. U., rooms 12 Story [do. 

King Nellie M. Miss, teacher of music, 19 Cambridge, b. 
King Owen, fish peddler, house 11 Carson 
King Patrick, boards 2 Vine 

King Patrick, house 94 Fifth [53 Auburn 

King Samuel A., butter, etc. (47 So. Market, B.), house 
King William T., boards 113 Prospect [win 

Kingdon James, shoe maker, 211 Mt. Auburn, h. 25 Bald- 
Kingman Carrie M. Miss, teacher Webster grammar 
school, boards at Stoneham [block 

Kingsbury Edward P., student H. U., rooms 5 Little's 
Kingsbury Willis A., proctor H. U., rooms 5 Little's blk. 
Kingsley Chester W., president National Bank of Brigh- 
ton, and coal, etc., (13 Kilby, B.), house 10 Chester 
Kinnane Patrick, tailor, Henderson's block, 224 North av., 

house 45 Reed 
Kinnear Conrad D., printer, boards 16 Tremont 
Kinnear Edward E., iron molder, boards 14 Harrison 
Kinnear John, printer J. Wilson & Son, h. 16 Mt. Auburn 
Kinnear John F., printer, boards 16 Mt. Auburn 
Kinnear Margaret, widow house 16 Tremont 
Kinney Amos P., machinist, house 84 Moore 
Kinney Charles M., dental student, boards 84 Moore 
Kinney Henry N., student H. U., rooms 20 Gray's hall 
Kinsley Edgar L., artist, house 33 Inman 
Kinsley Edward B. P., U. S. Revenue storekeeper, Sort- 
wells Distillery, house 10* Thorndike 



CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 247 

Kinsley Elizabeth, widow of Henry, boarding-house, 126 

Gore 
Kinsley Lyman Mrs., house 333^ Inman 
Kinsman Eben, furniture mover, house 259 Broadway 
Kinsman Edgar O., dentist R. R. Andrews, 19 Brattle, 

boards 13 Watson 
Kinsman John O., telescope maker, house 13 Watson 
Kinsman Mary S., nurse, boards 2 Columbia 
Kipp William F., law student H. U., rooms 8 Holyoke 
Kirby Edward, salesman (American Hose Co., B.), house 

10 Westford 
Kirby John L., tinman, house 85K Putnam avenue 
Kirk R. L., house 21 Craigie 
Kirker John, tinner, house 23 Fairmont 
Kirley James J., mold maker, house 456 Cambridge 
Kirsehten Gustavus, grocer, 220 Cambridge, h. 222 do. 
Kirseh Ernst, carriage maker, house 170 Norfolk 
Kirwin John, upholsterer, house 18 School 
Kissane John, paver, boards 243 Franklin 
Kissane Michael, laborer, house 243 Franklin 
Kissane Patrick, laborer, house 243 Franklin 
Kissane Richard, printer, house 243 Franklin 
Kissling Lawrence, brush maker, house 63 Brookline 
Kitfield Geo. A., student H. IT., rooms 32 Matthews hall 
Kittredge George T., clerk, 561 Main, boards 8 Village 
Kittredge Jesse H., produce dealer, house 8 Village 
Kittredge John H., clerk, boards 8 Village 
Kivel John, gardener Lewis Hall, Cambridge, house at 

Somerville 
Kivlan John, teamster, boards 36 Gore , 
Kivlan Peter, printer Riverside Press, boards 84 River 
Kivlan Peter, teamster, house 36 Gore 
Kivlan William, printer Riverside Press, house 84 River 
Kivlan William H.,"printer Riverside Press, bds. 84 River 
Klem Hans, picture frame maker (B.), house 12 Warren 
Klotz Edward, confectioner, house 18 Sydney 
Klucken Gerald A., lithographic artist Riverside Press, h. 
43 Blackstone [66 Thorndike 

Knapp Annie Mrs., teacher Putnam grammar school, h. 
Knapp Charles, tinsmith, house 229 Main 
Knapp Eugene R., wool broker (155 Franklin, B.), house 

310 Harvard 
Knapp Philip C., student H. IT., boards 29 Holyoke 
Knapp Timothy Thompson (50 Federal, B.), h. 13 Clinton 
Knapp William H., clergyman, house 21 Clinton 
Knecht L., cabinet maker Doe & Hunnewell, h. at South 
Boston [Cherry 

Kneeland Daniel J., salesman, 28 Central sq., boards 27 
Kneeland Henry, butcher, house 17 Cowperthwaite 



248 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

Kneeland James, teamster, house 164 Main 
Kneeland James W., laborer, house 52 Clark 
Kneeland John, teamster, house 164 Main 
Kneeland Michael, teamster, boaids 13 Valentine 
Knight Elbridge E., cook, 32 Brattle, house 14 Eliot 
Knight Eliza A. Mrs,, house 7 Marvin place 
Knight Frederick I., instructor in auscultation, percus- 
sion, and laryngoscopy H. U., house at Boston 
Knight Fred T., student H. U., rooms 25 Gray's hall 
Knight Harry T., bookkeeper O. C. R. depot (Kneeland, 

B.), boards 3 Lamson place 
Knight Joseph R. Mrs., widow, house 15 Third 
Knight Simon, driver U. R. Co., boards 12 Dunster 
Knight William H., blank book manufacturer (171 Dev- 
onshire, B.), house 50 Sacramento 
Knights Albert, driver IT. R. Co., boards *L2 Dunster 
Knights A. Burleigh, boards 44 Western avenue 
Knights Hajry H., clerk (315 Washington, B.), boards 

44 Western avenue 
Knights Prescott, at U. R. Co. stable, bds. 91 Putnam av. 
Knights Samuel C. (Samuel C. Knights <fc Son), auction- 
eer, 593)^ Main, and weigher (Custom House, B.), 
house 44 Western avenue 
Knights Samuel R. (S. C. Knights & Son), auctioneer, 
593)^ Main, and (McClellan & Knights), auctioneer 
(10 Old State House, B.), house at Boston 
Knights S. C. & Son (Samuel C. and Samuel R. Knights), 

auctioneers, 593^- Main 
Knights William, waiter Memorial hall 
Knights, see Knight 

Knowles Arthur J., student H. U., boards at Boston 
Knowles Benjamin F., fish and oysters, 28 Central square, 

house 4 Prospect 
Knowles Charles F. P., cutter, boards 101 Pleasant 
Knowles Cyrus B., cabinet maker (96 Washington, B.), 

house rear 142 Spring 
Knowles John S., engineer, 10 Arrow, h. Walker court 
Knowles Maria L., widow of Stephen B., h. 101 Pleasant 
Knowles Nathan L., house 31 Tremont 
Knowles Willard, machinist, 10 Arrow, house 8 do. 
Knowlton Abraham, mason, house 9 Pleasant place 
Knowlton Benjamin F., wood worker, h. 69 Washington 
Knowlton C. Warren (Boston), boards 19>£ Inman 
Knowlton John, cutter (289 Devonshire, B.),h. 1 Ballord 

place 
Knowlton Laura A., wid. of Timothy C, h. 8 Pleasant pi. 
Knox James, laborer, house 339 Main 
Knox John, brass finisher, boards 95>£ Harvard 
Knox John, laborer, house 95>2 Harvard 



CAMBRIDGE [J,] DIRECTORY. 249 

Knox John H., tailor (Bedford, B.), h. Munroe, c. Sixth 
Koch Adam A. (Grosheim & Koch), restaurant, 8 Brigh- 
ton, rooms 55 Mt. Auburn 
KocbendoerfTer John Conrad, pocketbook maker and va- 
riety store, 351 Broadway, house 2 Antrim 
Kohlkepp Christian, butcher R. Weitze, h. 177 Spring 
Konura Jutaro, law student H. U., rooms 717 Cambridge 
Kopp Adam, baker, house 169 Norfolk 
Korman John, laborer, house 5 Clay, near Spruce 
Kothe George W., copper smith (65 Pitts, B.), house 13 
Winter [29 Sacramento 

Kraetzer Edwin J., hats and caps (23 Dock sq., B.), h. 
Kraetzer Eugene G., hats (13 Hanover, B.), h. 15 Walden 
Kraas Adolph, silver smith (Washington, B.), house 160 

Thorndike 
Krall Bartholomew, locksmith (Broad, B.), h. 167 Spring 
Kretchmar Charles, currier Wm. Midler, house Harvey, 

2d from Montgomery 
Kruegel Herman H., clerk (30 West, B.), bds. 10 Union 
Krueixel William, action maker M. <fc H. Organ Co., house 

10 Union 
Kuebler J. Emile, currier, boards 370 North avenue 
Kuebler Michael, currier, rear 370 North av., h. 370 do. 
Kuhn Ann Miss, house 55 Auburn 
Kuhn Charles, boards 179}4 Harvard 
Kuhn Elizabeth R., widow, house 3 Dickinson 
Kuhn George W., house 32 Pine 

LABRECK JOSEPH CHARLES, head waiter Me- 
morial hall, house 33 Baldwin 
Lacerda August B., varnisher (B.), house 44 Spring 
Lacerda Casemero C, hairdresser, 265 Cambridge, boards 

195 do. 
Lacey John, fireman M. & H. Organ Co., h. r. 67 Moore 
Lachemau Anton, machinist, house 112 Spring 
Lacheman Frank L., hairdresser (13 Merchants row, B.), 

house rear 105 Spring 
Ladd Allston C. (Milk, B.), house 2 Frost 
Ladd Babson S., lawyer (60 Devonshire, B.), h. 2 Frost 
Ladd Charles P., cleric, 42 Bridge, house at Somerville 
Ladd E. K. Mrs., widow, house rear 52 Pine 
Ladd Frederick, hairdresser, boards 12 Dunster 
Ladd Hastings A., gas fitter (21 Elm, B.),h.85 Washington 
Ladd John S., justice Police Court, City building, Brat- 
tle square, house 2 Frost 
Lafuley Edward, mechanic, boards 26 Eighth 
Laha James H., painter, house 269 Putnam avenue 
Lahey John, laborer, house 17 J4 Third 
Lahey John, laborer, house 85 Spruce 



250 CAMBRIDGE [L] DIRECTORY. 

Lahey Patrick, pressman (B.), house rear 6 East 

Lahey Thomas, mason, house 4 Antrim 

Lahey Thomas, laborer, house 57 North 

Laidler Annie Miss, copyist Court House, h. 58 Thorndike 

Laidler Mary Miss, house 58 Thorndike 

Laing Daniel C, waiter Memorial hall, rms. Holmes pi. 

Laird John A., iron molder, house 8 Sixth 

Lakeman Nellie L., seamstress, bds. 38 Coggswell av. 

Lally Frank E., clerk Thomas G. Lally, bds. 1 Mill 

Lally John, book binder Riverside Press, house 24 Cow- 

perthwaite 
Lally John, plasterer, house 14 Grant [Grant 

Lally John H., clerk, Mt. Auburn, cor. Brighton, bds. 14 
Lally John J., sawyer, house 1 "Webster avenue 
Lally Patrick, laborer, house rear 41 Charles 
Lally Patrick J., sawyer, boards 1 Hampshire 
Lally Thomas G., grocer, Brighton, corner Mt. Auburn, 

house 1 Mill 
LaMarch Lucy, widow of Peter, boards 57 Winter 
Lamb Charles R. Mrs., house Willard, cor. Brattle 
Lamb George, clerk (13 Kilby, B.), house 9 Ellsworth av. 
Lamb George T., hairdresser, 148 Harvard, bds. 10 Salem 
Lamb James, horse shoer, 185 Main, house 10 Salem 
Lamb Joseph J., blacksmith, boards 10 Salem 
Lamb Michael F., teamster, house 60 Amory 
Lamb Roland O., bookkeeper (16 Sears building, B.) , b. 

2 Norfolk 
Lamb Samuel Treat, translator, rooms 12 Mason 
Lambert Herbert L., tinman, boards 3 Whitney's court 
Lambert John N., tinman, house 3 Whitney's court 
Lamson Anna S. Miss, teacher Webster grammar school, 

boards 100 Austin 
Lamson Asa C, butter, etc. (10 Com'l, B.), bds. 43 Essex 
Lamson A. F., book binder, house 19 Park 
Lamson Geo. W., driver Franklin Hook and Ladder Co., 

No. 1 City building, Central sq., house do. 
Lamson John H., grainer and sign painter, h. 10 Gardner 
Lamson John L., student H. U., rooms 24 Little block 
LAMSON RUFUS, president Cambridge Mutual Fire 

Ins. Co., 555 Main, h. 43 Essex 
Lamson Rufus W., mason, rear 66 Norfolk, house do. 
Lamson William A., student H. U., rms. 10 College house 
Lanahan Daniel D., engineer, house 30 Davis 
Lanahan John W., plumber, 599^ Main, bds. 30 Davis 
Lancaster Walter M., student H. U., rms. 29 Hollis hall 
Lander Edwin H., house 1 Dover 
Lander E. H. Mrs., teacher Shepard grammar school, h. 1 

Dover [34 Cherry 

Lander Wm. F., sharp maker M. & H. Organ Co., house 



CAMBRIDGE [Jj] DIRECTORY. 251 

Landergan David, grocer, 163 Dublin, house do. 

Landergan Henry, tailor, boards 6 Green 

Landerkin Albert L., machinist, house 32 Front 

Landerkin Llewellyn, machinist, 356 Main h. 32 Front 

Landers John, painter, boards 115 Spruce 

Landers Morris, laborer, house 10 Maynard place 

Landers Wm., gardener, house 115 Spruce 

Landon Patrick, horse physician, bds. 95 Mt. Auburn 

Landry Victor, laborer, h. Concord av., 2d from F. R. R. 

Landy Bridget, widow of Joseph, house 79 Brighton 

Landy John, painter, boards 79 Brighton 

Landy Joseph, painter, boards 79 Brighton 

Lane Annie, widow of Edward, h. rear 163 Broadway 

Lane Caroline M. Mrs., house 19 Oxford 

Lane Chandler B., wood turner Osborn mills, State, house 

at Somerville 
Lane Cornelius, laborer, house 2 Fourth 
Lane Dennis, blacksmith, 46 Cambridge, house 9 Short 
Lane Dennis, laborer, house 362 Broadway 
Lane Elias N., house 28 Western avenue 
Lane Ellen Mrs., house 419 Cambridge 
Lane E. Fred., boards 28 Western avenue 
Lane Francis J., organ packer, boards 55 Broadway 
Lane Gardiner M., student H. U., house 31 Quincy 
Lane Geo. M., Pope prof, of Latin H. U., h. 31 Quincy 
Lane James, stone cutter, house 20 School 
Lane James, jr., cooper, boards 20 School 
Lane James B., teamster Burrage Bro., bds. 55 Broadway 
Lane Jeremiah, laborer, house 6 Short 
Lane Jeremiah, laborer, boards 179 Bridge 
Lane Joanna, widow, house 33 Bolton 
Lane John, laborer, house 7 Blair place 
Lane John, laborer, house 51 North 
Lane John, blacksmith 46 Cambridge, boards 33 do. 
Lane John, laborer, boards 179 Bridge 
Lane John, laborer, house 31 Warren, near Porter 
Lane John S., printer (256 Washington, B.), house 419 

Cambridge [42 W.estern av. 

Lane J. Frederick, bookkeeper G. G. Page & Co., boards 
Lane Michael Mrs., house 55 Broadway 
Lane Patrick, house 179 Bridge 

Lane Peter, clerk (47 Commercial, B.), h. 42 Western av. 
Lane Samuel G., salesman (146 South Market, B.), house 

107 Prospect 
Lane Sarah L. Mrs., house 158 Harvard 
Lane Susan M. Miss., teacher private school (5 Charles, 

B.), house 2 Holmes place 
Lane Thomas, laborer, boards 33 Bolton 
Lane Timothy, laborer, boards 7 East 



252 CAMBRIDGE [J,] DIRECTORY. 

Lane Timothy H., boards 419 Cambridge 

Lane William C., student H. U., boards 19 Oxford 

Lang Charles H., officer House of Correction, boards 

Thornnike, cor. Third 
Lang Henry, porter, house 7 Daye court 
Lang John C., cigar mnfr., house 129 Vernon 
Lang John H., cigar maker, house 129 Vernon 
Lang Margaret, widow of John, house Dailey's alley 
Lang William H., cigar maker, house 129 Vernon 
Langan James, laborer, house 5 Portland 
Langdell Christopher Columbus, Dane prof, of law and 

Dean of the law faculty H. U., rms. 8 Holyoke house 
Langrdon ,Wra. ChaunCv, Rector of Christ Church, house 

13 Follen 
Langer Charles, peddler, boards 63 School 
Langer Frank, painter, boards 63 School [Columbia 

Lan^ford George A., Custom House (Boston), house 56 
Laugford W. K. (22 School, B.), house 56 Columbia 
Langley Edwin C, engineer Thurston, Hall & Co., house 

41 Elm 
Langley Eliza J. Miss, house 143 Thorndike 
Langley George L., house 111 Gore 

Langley Jeremiah, laborer, house 49 Dublin, cor. Walden 
Langley Lauren F., clerk 89 Cambridge, boards 111 Gore 
Langley Martin V., teamster, house 49 Essex 
Langley Noah W. Mrs., house 40 Third 
Langley Olive E., widow, house 111 Gore 
Langmaid Samuel H., carriage manufacturer (Beacon, B.), 

house 78 Kirkland 
Lanier Nathan R. S., student H. U., rooms 713 Cambridge 
Lannan Patrick F., horse trader, rooms 95 Mt. Auburn 
Lannigan John, washer H. K. Parsons & Co., bds. 19 3 % 

North avenue [North avenue 

Lapham George F., clerk (146 Devonshire, B.), bds. 254 
Lapierre Eli, apothecary clerk, 32 River, house do. 
Lapierre Sarah E., widow of Eli F., house 28 River 
Lapoint Eli, carpenter, house 122 Spruce 
Lapoint Eli E., teamster, boards 122 Spruce 
Lapoint Frank S., brick maker, boards 122 Spruce 
Larkin John, laborer, house 19 Carson 
Larkin John H., house 33 Eighth 
Larkin Lawrence, laborer, house 58 Harvard 
Larkin Michael, laborer, boards 33 Eighth 
Larkin Patrick, tauner, house Tannery, 2d on left 
Larkin Patrick, laborer (Summer, B.), boards 21 Lee 
Larkin Thomas, blacksmith, 436 Main, h. at Somerville 
Larkins James, laborer, house 33 Pioneer avenue 
Lamer Frank, gardener Mrs. Anna L. Moring, 12 Quincy, 

house 257 Franklin 



CAMBRIDGE [JJ DIRECTORY. 253 

Lash George, house 58 Pleasant 

Lasselle S. E. Mrs., music teacher at C. J. Adams, Thorn- 
dike, corner Third, boards do. 
Latham Aaron H., student, rooms 100 Mount Auburn 
Lathe Charles, driver U. R. Co., rooms 26 Holyoke 
Lathe Leonora F. Mrs., physician, house 34 Austin 
Lathrop A. H. Mrs., house 140 Harvard 
Lathrop George P., author, house 41 Bowdoin 
Lathrop William L., house 20 Brookline 
Latimer James A., physician, 57 Otis, house do. 
Laughlin J. Laurence, teacher (20 Boylston pi., B.), house 

21 Buckingham 
Laurent Albert, cook, house rear 1 State 
Laurie Charles, book binder Riverside Press, h. 39 Erie 
Laurie Thomas, bookbinder Riverside Press, bds. 56 Erie 
Lautigna Andrew, cigar maker, rear 65 Pearl, house do. 
Lavan Thomas, laborer, house 122 Elm 
Lavender Anna Louise, wid. of James, house 143 Bridge 
Lavender James, hair dresser, 141 Bridge, bds. 143 do. 
Law Annie C, widow of Charles, house 14 Eliot 
Law Emerson W., clerk (State House, B.), boards Nut- 
ting place 
Law George W., salesman (Lynn), house 113 Inman 
Law Lizzie W. Miss, bookkeeper, 531 Cambridge, boards 

• 113 Inman 
Lawler John, blacksmith, 18 Cambridge, bds. at Boston 
Lawler Patrick, laborer, house 169 Dublin 
Lawless Anastatia, widow of John, h. 17 Sparks st. place 
Lawless John, gate tender B. & L. R. R., house 10 North 
Lawley James, house 81 Broadway 
Lawrence Betsey L. Miss, boards 53 Fifth 
Lawrence Charles, produce (6 New Faneuil Hall Market, 

B.), house 55 Cambridge 
Lawrence Dolly D., widow of James K., h. 29 Second 
Lawrence Frank M., provisions, 33 River, h. 54 Pleasant 
Lawrence Herbert T., bookkeeper, 221 Bridge, h. 131 Otis 
LAWRENCE JOHN P., poultry (48 Faneuil Hall Mar- 
ket, B.), house 407 Broadway 
Lawrence Mary P., widow, house 407 Broadway 
Lawrence Oscar, action maker M. & H. Organ Co., bouse 
229 Broadway [hall 

Lawrence Rosewell B., student H.U., rooms 13 Stoughton 
Lawrence Scientific School, 3 Kirkland 
Lawrence Theodore M., salesman (48 Faneuil Hall Mar- 
ket, B.), house 407 Broadway [hall 
Lawrence William B., student H. U., rooms 46 Beck 
Lawrence Wm. H., gas litter (126 Union, B.), house 74 
Washington [B.), h. 9 Pleasant 
Lawrence Wm. W., produce (108 and 110 F. H. Market, 



254 CAMBRIDGE [Jj] DIRECTORY. 

Laws Elizabeth A., widow of William, h. 109 Pleasant 

Laws James, laborer, house 3 Lilac court 

Laws Susan, widow, house 3 Lilac court 

Lawson Andrew J., assistant editor Boston Daily Globe 

(236 Washington, B.), house 198 Putnam avenue 
Lawson Ann M., widow of Thomas, house 38 Antrim 
Lawson Eliza, widow, house 6 Lopez 
Lawson Francis C, grocer, 123 Fourth, house do. 
Lawson John H., printer Univ. Press, boards 38 Antrim 
Lawson Rebecca A. Mrs., house 38 Washington 
Lawson Thomas Wm., clerk Globe National Bank (40 

State, B.), boards 38 Antrim 
Lawton Edward B. Mrs., house 46 Market 
Lawton Edward W., clerk, boards 46 Market 
Lawton John T., brakeman E. It. R., boards 1 Fifth 
Lawton Joseph H., boards 1 Fifth 
Lawton Leander, house rear 4 Tufts 
Lawton Margaret, widow of John, house 1 Fifth 
Lawton William A., boards 1 Fifth 
Lea Arthur H., student H. U., rooms 48 Weld hall 
Lea James H., stationery, house 12 Arlington 
Lea, see Lee [25 Hancock 

Leach Alpheus M., painter (4 Brimmer place, B.), house 
Leach Charles F., medical student, boards 25 Hancock 
Leach Charles R., painter, boards Porter's Hotel • 
Leach Edward, glue maker, house 13 Flews 
Leach George C, stationery, house 22 Lowell 
Leach Hosea W., mason, boards 69 Moore 
Leach Mary A., widow of John, house 129 Harvard 
Leach Mary A., widow of Wm. S., h. 7 Lambert avenue 
Leach Wiliiam H., carpenter, house 196 Norfolk 
Leahey James, mason, house 114 Hampshire 
Leahey Joseph F., tailor, house 99 Mount Auburn 
Leahy John, laborer, house rear 196 Green 
Leahy Michael, watchman, house 204 Franklin 
Leake Christopher, carpenter, house 67 Western avenue 
Lealand Charles, millwright, house 86 Winsor 
Lealand Charles H., boards 86 Winsor [Cherry 

Learnard George W., produce (12 Commercial, B.), h. 53 
Learned Gilman P., hostler, boards 78 Kirkland 
Learned Grant, shoemaker, 29>£ Central sq., h. 17*Franklin 
Learned James M., house 12 Laurel 

Learned Lydia, house 17 Franklin [house 

Learned William P., student H. U., rooms 5 Wadsworth 
Leary Cornelius F., printer, boards 80 Kinnaird 
Leary Dennis, laborer, house 4 Linehan's block, Third 
Leary Humphrey, laborer, boards 47 Amory 
Leary John, bookbinder, house 15 Hews 
Leary John, tailor, house 24 Harrison 



CAMBRIDGE [L] DIRECTORY. 255 

Leary John, printer, house 3 Long's blk., r. 134 Broadway 

Leary John F., varnisher, 203 Bridge, h. at Somerville 

Leary Matthew, currier, boards 168 Dublin 

Leary Michael, boards 14 North 

Leary Michael J., laborer, boards 24 Harrison 

Leary Patrick, laborer N. E. Glass Co., house 16 North 

Leary Peter, laborer, house 29 Warren, near Porter 

Leary, see also O'Leary 

Leathe Melinda E. Miss., house 5 State 

Leaver Sarah K. Mrs., house 44 Seventh 

Leavitt Allen, jeweler, house 360 Broadway 

Leavitt Erasmus D., house 11 Warland 

Leavitt Erasmus D., jr., mechanical engineer, Main, cor. 

Magazine, house 143 Magazine 
Leavitt Geo. R. Rev., pastor Pilgrim church, h. 9 Warland 
Leavitt Lucy A. L., widow of Geo. W., h. 92 Auburn 
Leavitt Hart H., hats, etc. (91 Court, B.), h. 776 Main 
Leavitt Henry T., pickle maker, house 6 Holly 
Leavitt H. T. Mrs*, cigar store, 361 Main, h. 5 Holly 
Leavitt Josephine Miss, dressmaker, house 16 Warland 
Leavitt William., carpenter (146 Mt. Vernon, B.j, house 

16 Fayette 
Leavitt William H., brassfinisher, house 4 Union 
Leavitt William J. D., music teacher, house 16 Fayette 
Lebert David, baker, Fourth, corner Vine and 67 Gore, 

house 34 Vine 
Lebeuf Oliver, harnessraaker, boards 102 Main 
LeCain George W., house 2 Sceva place 
LECHMERE NATIONAL BANK, 66 Cambridge, T. 

Henry Hudson, cashier 
LeClair Leon, tinsmith, house 87 Main 
Leddy Anna, widow of John, house 8 Fourth 
Leddy James, laborer, house Distillhouse, Somerville line 
Leddy Thomas, laborer, house 13 Willow place 
Lee Arthur H., student H. IT., rooms 36 Thayer hall 
Lee Charles, nickelplater (B.), boards 27 Second 
Lee George, laborer, house 84 Harvard 
Lee Isaac J., house Ericsson court 
Lee James, laborer, house 76 Spruce 
Lee John, bookbinder Riverside Bindery, h. at Melrose 
Lee John Clarence, student H. U., boards 105 Inman 
Lee Nathaniel H., porter, house Ericsson court 
Lee Richard T., blacksmith, house rear 50 Amory 
Lee Thomas, student H. U., rooms 22 Weld hall 
Lee William D., cooper 5 house rear 41 Vine 
Lee, see Lea 
Leeds Daniel D., foreman varnisher (517 Washington, 

B.), house 123 Franfclin 
Leeds Edwin F., wool (136 Federal, B.),h. 123 Franklin 



256 CAMBRIDGE [JJ DIRECTORY. 

Leeds Fred A., bookkeeper, boards 123 Franklin 
Lees John, saloon, 407 Main, house do. 
Lefford Edward F., oilfinisher, house 54 Sixth 
LeFrancis Fred., clerk (85 Oliver, B.), b. 60 Columbia 
LeFrancis Peter, cigar ranfr., 527 Main, h. 60 Columbia 
LeFrancis True, boards 148 Washington 
Legg Frank \V\, photographer, house 147 Pearl 
Leggett John, carpenter A. Stevens, bds. 99 Mt. Auburn 
Legrand John L. B., tinsmith, boards 85 Pleasant 
Legrant Toussient, foreman H. M. Wyatt's brickyard, 68 

Dublin, house 64 do. 
Lehan Daniel, house 21 Fourth [61 Gore 

Lehan Daniel W., upholsterer (Shaw & Applin, B.), h. 
Lehan Dennis H., horse shoer, 19 Gore, h. 40 Second 
Lehan Michael J., horse shoer, boards 21 Fourth 
Lehmkuhl William H., cabinetmaker, house 70 Gore 
Leighton Adelbert R., clerk, 156 Cambridge, rooms do. 
Leighton Henry B., engraver, boards 105 Otis 
Leighton John A., carpenter, house 139 Gore 
Leighton John E., painter (Charlestown), h. 13 Third 
Leighton John H., house 22 Winter 
Leighton John H., jr., clerk American Net and Twine 

Co., house 22 Houghton, Somerville 
Leighton Thomas, machinist (East Boston), h. 12 Fourth 
Leighton William, conductor U. R. Co., boards David P. 

Burley's, Cambridge 
Leinhart George, baker, house 91 Sixth 
Leister Anton, student H. U., rooms 28 Stoughton hall 
Leister, see Lester 

Leitch James, baker F. A. Kennedy, house 37 Somerset 
Leitch James, at Boston Chemical YVorks, h. 12 Warren 
Leitch John, house 41 Gore 
Leitch, see Litch 

Lejer Anthony, laborer, house foot Clifton 
Lejer John, laborer, house 108 Spruce [Somerville 

Leland Annie M., teacher Harvard grammar school, h. at 
Leland Fred'k, chair dealer (84 North, B.), b. 33 Bigelow 
Leland James, clerk, house 20 Tremont 
Lemme Frederick, florist, rooms 6 Dover 
Lemon Louis, pictures and frames, 443 Main, h. Watson 
Lemon William, bookbinder Riverside Bindery, boards 30 

Western avenue 
LeMoyne William J., actor, house 40 Austin 
Lenehan Dennis, shoemaker, boards 544 Main 
Lenehan John, tailor, house 16 Decatur 
Lenfest Granville B. (Lenfest & Moore), printer, 68 Cam- 
bridge, corner Second, house 157 Thorndike 
Lenfest Mary A., widow of Solcfmon, house 50 Baldwin 
Lenfest Solomon, printer, house 50 Baldwin 



CAMBRIDGE [Jj] DIRECTORY. 257 

Lenfest Thomas H., music printer (21 School, B.), house 
40 Western avenue [ern av. 

Lenfest Thos. H., jr., clerk (21 School, B.), bds. 40 West- 
Lenfest & Moore (Granville B. Lenfest and George H., 
Moore), job printers, 68 Cambridge [Gore 

Lennehan James E., plumber (8 Province ct., B.), b. 110 
Lennon James E., clerk, house 67 Pearl [Pearl 

Lennon John, auctioneer and real estate, 603 Main, h. 67 
Lennon John, house 193 Hampshire 
Lennon Maria, widow, house 432 Broadway 
Lennon Martin, brass finisher, house 193 Hampshire 
Lennon Patrick, teamster, boards 85 Brookline 
Lenox John M., letter collector (P. O., B.), h. 95 Elm 
Lenth Charles, baker, 71 Vine, boards do. 
Lentz David, currier, house Friend, 1st from Reed 
Leonard Adelbert W. (45 Court, B.), h. 4 Lamson place 
Leonard Edward, cooper, 138 Gore, h. at Charlestown 
Leonard Fred. M., student H. U., rooms 24 Weld hall 
Leonard George, confectioner, 503 Main, boards Green 
Leonard George, tinsmith, house 305 Cambridge 
Leonard George A., salesman (35 School, B.), house 342 
Broadway [East Somerville 

Leonard Henry W., wheelwright, 4 Cambridge, house at 
Leonard Hiram, hides and leather (98 High, B.), house 

139 Otis 
Leonard John, laborer, house 123J Winsor 
Leonard Mary J., widow of Samuel R., h. 82 Magazine 
Leonard Patrick G., salesman (28 Summer, B.), house 11 

Boardman 
Leonard Thomas, junk dealer, 19 Gore, house do. 
Leonard Thomas, trunk maker, boards 1233^ Winsor 
Leonard Thomas, currier, boards 364 North avenue 
Leonard William, book agent, house 8 Third 
Lerned Andrew, boots and shoes, 354 No. av., h. r. do. 
Lerned Benjamin, butter and eggs, h. r. 354 No. avenue 
Lerned Charles W., manufacturer " Lerned's Disinfec- 
tant," 358 North av., h. do. [town 
Lerned Josiah, box maker G. G. Page &Co., h. at Water- 
Lerned Lucy Miss, house 358. North avenue 
Lerned Rebecca R. Miss, house 358 North avenue 
Lerned Walter H., butter and eggs, h. r. 354 No. avenne- 
Lerner Frank, gardener, house 1 Banks 
Lerner Fritz, tailor, house 1 Banks 
Lerner John, laborer, boards 1 Banks 
Lerner Joseph, servant, 14 Sumner, boards do. 
LeRoy Herman S., student H. U., rooms 31 Beck hall 
Leslie Benjamin, mariner, house 112 Columbia 
Leslie David, butter dealer, house 449 Cambridge 
17 



258 CAMBRIDGE [£j] DIRECTORY. 

Lester James L., student H. IT., rooms 13 Divinity hall 

Lester, see Leister [Somerville 

Leuchte Bernhard, lager beer, 9 Brighton, house at West 

Levas Charles, teamster, 32 Somerset 

Levi Wolf, clothing (73 Washington, B.), h. 33 Second 

Levy Abraham, clothing, 7 Brighton, house do. 

Lewin Mary A., widow, house 277 Harvard 

Lewis Abbie A. Miss, teacher Dana primary school, bds. 

14 Story 
Lewis Ann, widow of Henry P., house 14 Story 
Lewis Ann Miss, house 78 Washington 
l^ewis Charles J., grocer, 150 Harvard, house 79 Allston 
Lewis Charles S., clerk (458 Washington, B.), h. 96 Ellery 
Lewis Edward R., clerk, 39 Clark, house 78 Washington 
Lewis Elmer L., clerk (B.), boards rear 8 Perry 
Lewis Fred. H. (F. H. Lewis & Co.), coal and wood, 91 

Broadway, house do. 
Lewis Frederick, brush finisher (290 Commercial, B.), 

and (F. H. Lewis & Co.), h. 85 Vine 
LEWIS F. H. & CO. (Fred. H. and Fred. Lewis), coal 

and wood, 91 Broadway 
Lewis George, laborer, house Garden street place 
Lewis George W., porter H. U., house 21 Banks 
Lewis Henrv B., brass finisher, 368 Main, bds. 11 Winsor 
Lewis Henry C, porter H. U., house 19 Grant 
Lewis Hyman, clerk (73 Washington, B.), rms. 33 Second 
Lewis Joseph, actor, house 44 Fourth • 

Lewis Levi J., hairdresser (B.), house 104 Harvard 
Lewis Mary A. Miss, teacher Boardman primary school, 

boards 16 Lincoln [Cambridge 

Lewis Robert, hostler Chaffee & Cummings, house 217 
Lewis Thomas, photographer, 33 River, h. 121 Prospect 
Lewis Thomas Mrs., private school, 121 Prospect, h. do. 
Lewis William H., clerk, 150 Harvard, house 50 Clark 
Libbey Edward D., clerk N. E. Glass Works, boards at 

Newton Centre [Pleasant 

Libbey Hebron, real estate (231 Washington, B.), h. Mt. 
Libbey Hebron A., clerk (20 Franklin, B.), boards H. 

Libbey's, Mt. Pleasant . [h. next do. 

Libbey William, flagman Concord av. crossing F. R. R., 
Libbey William L., agent N. E. Glass Works, North, cor. 

Water, house at Newton Centre 
Libby Chas. W., sewing machine repairer, b. 9 Kinnaird 
Libby Hall J., cooper, house 1 Squire's court 
Libby Joseph M., last maker, house 9 Kinnaird 
Libby Melvina A., widow, house 83 Broadway 
Libby Tobias, teamster, boards 97 Otis 
Liddy Thomas, printer (117 Franklin, B.), h. 63 Pearl 



CAMBRIDGE [Jj] DIRECTORY. 259 

Lightfoot Augustus, boards 51 Holyoke [Inman 

Lighthill August P., physician (7 Somerset, B.), house 31 
Lilley Fred., clerk F. R. R. freight depot, bds. 46 Fifth 
Lilley Thomas, carriage smith, house 46 Fifth 
Lillie Abbie A. Miss, house 21 Tremont 
Lillie Mary E. Miss, house 21 Tremont 
Lincoln Abbie, widow of Tyler, house 6 Plympton 
Lincoln Addie E. Miss, proof reader J. Wilson & Son, 

boards 6 Plympton [Fifth 

Lincoln Alfred, clerk (524 Washington, B.), boards 15 
Lincoln Charles A., carpenter, h. 15 Fifth [hall 

Lincoln Charles Sprague, student H. U., rms. 6 Holworthy 
Lincoln Chas. S., bookkeeper (79 Milk, B.) h. 58 Sydney 
Lincoln George E., traveling agent Watch factory (Au- 

burndale), h. Oxford, c. Hammond [Franklin 

Lincoln James S., wood and coal, 16 Pearl block, h. r. 54 
Lincoln John, provisions (33 North, B.), h. 121 Winsor 
Lincoln John L., car repairer, house 28 Worcester 
Lincoln Lendall, carpenter, house 28 Worcester 
Lincoln Nathan, music teacher, Cambridge schools, house 

72 Prospect 
Lincoln Nathan F., clerk (33 Com'l, B.), bds. 72jProspect 
Lincoln Nathan P., teamster, house 109 Spring 
Lincoln Walter M., clerk(4 P. O. sq., B.), bds. 20 Pearl 
Lincoln William F., carpenter, house 49 Winter 
Lincoln Wm. H., clerk J. P. Squire & Co., b. 15 Fifth 
Lindsay William, carver, house 25 Rockwell [Inman 

Lindsey P. Allen, salesman (400 Washington, B.), h. 76 
Lindstrom John P., cabinet maker, house 2 Gray place 
Linehan Charles, livery stable, 244 Cambridge, house at 

Newton 
Linehan John, stone cutter, house 7 Winter 
Ling Charles, clerk, 124 Cambridge, bds. rear 59 Winter 
Ling William, carpenter, house rear 59 Winter 
Linn Eliza, widow of William, house 8 Lincoln 
Linnehan Daniel, brass molder, 368 Main, bds. 8 Davis 
Linnehan Mary, widow of Daniel, house rear 8 Davis 
Linnell Mary, widow, house 381 Cambridge 
Linsky John, laborer, house rear 382 Cambridge 
Lintner Berthold, varuisher, house 12 Third 
Lippincott Sarah E., widow, house 148 Mt. Auburn 
Lippitt Francis J. Mrs., house 21 Trowbridge 
Lissberger Abram K., plumbers materials, First, n. Otis, 

and (145 North, B.), house (Chandler, B.) 
Lister Frederick C, asst. at Harvard gymnasium H. U., 

house Crescent, oth on left from Oxford 
Lister Fred. W., supt. gymnasium H. U., house Crescent, 

5th on left from Oxford 



260 CAMBRIDGE [J,] DIRECTORY. 

Litch Albert, house 31 Cherry [do. 

Litch John, laborer Mt. Auburn stables, Coolidge av. h. 

Litch, see Leitch 

Litchfield Allen W., mason, house 64 River 

Litchfield Benjamin C, plumber, house 13 Suffolk 

Litchfield George W. B., mason, (11 Chapman place, B.), 

house 87 Putnam avenue 
Litchfield Horace D., clerk, 488 Main, boards do. 
Litchfield Jndson, undertaker, 488 Main, house 17 Green 
Litchfield Otis V., regulator M. & H. O. Co., h. 99 Inman 
Litchfield Roland, undertaker, 488 Main, house do. 
Litchfield Roland, jr., at 488 Main, house at Wakefield 
Litchfield S., driver Union Railway Co.,bds. 113 Prospect 
Litchfield Washington, waiter Memorial hall 
Litchfield William, coachman, 325 Harvard, boards do. 
Littauer Lucius N., student H. U., rooms 4 Matthews hall 
Little, Brown & Co. (Augustus Flagg, John Bartlett, 

Thomas W. Deland, John M. Brown, and George 

Flagg), book bindery, Blackstone 
Little Charles J. (Welch & Co.), University bindery, 

Brattle sq., house 830 Main 
Little Frank W., driver U. R. Co., bds. 117 Green 
Little John, laborer, house 26 Somerset 
Little John, policeman, station 2, house 117 Green 
Little Lemuel, house 12 Holyoke place [White 

Littlefield Adoniram J., salesman, 147 North av., house 12 
Littlefield George A., machinist, house 117 Winsor 
Littlefield George E., bookseller (67 Cornhill, B.), house 

12 Chester [Mellen 

Littlefield George T., cutter (28 Summer, B.), house 12 
Littlefield Jacob Mrs., house 27.4 North avenue 
Littlefield Junies W., peddler, house 112 Hampshire 
Littlefield J. W., carpenter, 113 Broadway, house at 

Somerville [h. 10 Mellen 

Littlefield Nathan C, silversmith (235 Washington, B.), 
Littlefield Sherman, boards 15 Farwell place 
Livermore Charles C, treas. Boston Multiple Color Print- 
ing Co. (153 Milk, B.), bds. 1 Dana 
Livermore Frederick O., salesman (B.), bds. 36 Essex 
Livermore George Mrs., house 1 Dana 
Livermore Isaac, house 3 Clinton 
Livermore John, house 287 Harvard 
Livermore Joseph P., teacher (Lexington) High school, 

house 24 North avenue 
Livermore Kidder A. (356 Federal, B.), h. 69 Mt. Auburn 
Livermore Leonard J. Rev., pastor Unitarian church 

(Danvers), house 24 North avenue 
Livermore Lois, widow of Oliver, house 77 North avenue 
Livermore Oliver W., house 36 Essex 



CAMBRIDGE [JJ DIRECTORY. 261 

Livesey Frank B., bookkeeper, (101 Milk, B.), h. 7 Rice 
Livingston Archibald, clerk (21 Central, B.), house 

174 Thorndike 
Livingston Benjamin F., machinist, house 30 Worcester 
Livingston Catherine Miss, dressmaker, house 898 Main 
Livingston Henry, agent, house 14 Warren 
Livingston Mary Miss, dressmaker, house 898 Main 
Livingston William, sawyer, State, corner Osborn, house 

at Somerville 
Lloyd George, carpenter, house 177 Spring 
Lloyd George A., teller Cambridge National Bank, 87 

Cambridge, boards at Arlington 
Lloyd Michael, waiter, h. 17 Jefferson, opp. McCabe 
Lloyd Thomas, teamster, house 11 Hamilton 
Lloyd Uriah, cooper (33 Somerville av., Somerville), h. 

117 Spring 
Lloyd William E., clerk Court House, Third, house at 

Arlingtou 
Loan Alexander, soap maker, boards 209 Columbia 
Loan John James, soft soap maker, 209 Columbia, h. do. 
LOCK GEORGE, plasterer and stucco worker, basement 

508 Main, house rear do. 
Locke Almira D. Mrs., house 9 Dover 
Locke Amos, foreman J. Henry Wyman, 84 Bridge, h. at 

Lexington 
Locke Bros. (Edgar H. and S. Ellis), provisions, Hender- 
son block, 226 North avenue 
Locke Charles A., leather (192 Congress, B.),h. 17 Clinton 
Locke Diana S. Miss, house 4 Percy place 
Locke Edgar H. (Locke Bros.), provisions, 226 North av., 

house rear 293 North avenue 
Locke Elbridge W., music composer, house 3 Sands 
Locke Eveline J. Miss, teacher (Arlington), boards 281 

North avenue 
Locke E. J. Mrs., house 281 North avenue 
Locke Horatio, provisions (42 and 44 Faneuil Hall mar- 
ket, B.), h. 285 North avenue 
Locke H. Austin, clerk (32 F. H. market, B.), h. 11 Dover 
Locke Irene E. Miss, house 4 Percy place 
Locke John (95 High, B.), house 56 Hamilton 
Locke John T., bookkeeper, 25 Central sq., h. r. 8 Perry 
Locke Mary E. Mrs., house 40 North avenue 
Locke Sarah J., widow of Charles A., h. 17 Clinton 
Locke S. Ellis (Locke Bros.), provisions, 226 North av., 

house 9 Rice 
Lockett Jacob L., butler, house 14 Elmer 
Lockhart Albert E., undertaker, 203 Bridge, b. at Boston 
Lockhart Charles H., undertaker, 203 Bridge, h. 209 do. 
Lockhart David, coffin maker, 203 Bridge, h. at Somerville 



262 CAMBRIDGE [JJ DIRECTORY. 

LOCKHART WILLIAM L., undertaker and manufac- 
turer of coffins, caskets, etc., wholesale and retail, 
191 to 209 Bridge, h. 150 Cambridge 
Locklin Mary Miss, house 60 Brighton [do. 

Locklin Peter H., fish and oysters, 113 Cambridge, h. 115 
Lockwood Leverett L., engineer Riverside Press, house 9 

Blackstone 
Lodge Henry C, instructor in history H. U.,h. at Boston 
Logan Henry, porter, 545 Main, house 155 Green 
Logan Jeanette, widow of James, house 80 Pearl 
Logan William M., engineer, house 122 Winsor 
Logan William M., engineer, house 90 Sixth 
Lorn ax Ellen, widow of William, house 63 Winter 
Loraax William, lawyer, boards 63 Winter 
Lombard Chas. E., machinist (9 Green, B.), h. 42 Shepard 
Lombard Eugene, baker, house 165 Green 
LOMBARD HERBERT E., job printer, 600 Main, h. 

100 Austin 
Lombard James, provisions, 327 Cambridge, house do. 
Lombard James, laborer, house 158 Green 
Lombard John, grocer, 649 Main, house 21 Essex 
Lombard Julia, widow of Richard, groceries, 155 Colum- 
bia, house 159 do. 
Lombard Michael, teamster, 28 Bridge, b. at Charlestown 
Lombard Nathan C, mechanical engineer and draughts- 
man (40 State, B.), house 125 Prospect 
Lombard Richard P., lather, house 71 Washington 
Lombard Warren P., student H. U., rooms 49 Weld hall 
Lonergan Thomas, laborer, house 97 Spruce 
Long Abel E., janitor Shepard and Wyman schools, house 

10 Rice 
Long Daniel, foreman finishers (48 Canal, B.), h. 6 Jay 
Long David, glass maker, house 106 Third 
Long Irene F., widow of Caleb C, house 15 Elm 
Long John, grocer, 49 Gore, house do. 
Long John J., plumber, 71 Cambridge, house do. 
Long Sarah A. Mrs., boards 19 Everett 
Long Walter H., waiter Memorial hall 
Longfellow Charles A., house 105 Brattle 
Longfellow Henry W., professor, house 105 Brattle 
Longfellow Samuel Rev., boards 76 Brattle 
Longfellow William P. P., architect (220 Devonshire, B.), 
house 126 Brattle [124 Spruce, h. do. 

Longschamp Joseph A., cook Bay State Brick Co., rear 
Longshaw Margaret, widow of William, house 78 Otis 
Look Hollis J., stevedore (Boston wharf, First, S. B.), h. 

18 Leigh ton court 
Loomis Charles, student H. U., rooms 864 Main 
Loomis Eleazer B., driver U. R. Co., h. 10 Charles River 



CAMBRIDGE [J,] DIRECTORY. 263 

Loomis Elverton W., boards 10 Charles River 

Loomis Ernest G., boards 108 Thorndike 

Loomis Grove H., house 108 Thorndike 

Looney Christy, hairdresser, rooms 23 Suffolk 

Looney Epennetus, mariner, house 17 Warren 

Looney John F., book binder Riverside bindery, boards 

45 Pearl 
Looney Michael, laborer, house 45 Pearl [erville 

Lopstram A., cabinet maker Doe & Hunnewell, h. at Som- 
Lord Clara L., widow of Charles, house 41 Inman 
Lord Daniel W., student H. U., rooms 32 College house 
Lord George A., engineer, house rear 507 Main 
Lord Henry C, clerk (B.), boards 41 Inman 
Lord Joseph M., tinman, boards 5 Rockwell 
Lord J. Wesley, trav. salesman, 503 Main, h. 12 Sydney 
Lord Rebecca P., nurse, boards 184 Cambridge 
Lord Samuel Clarence, driver U. R. Co., b. 196 Hampshire 
Lord William W., clerk, 521 Main, rooms do. 
Borden Daniel, laborer, house 41 Winter 
Lorden John, boards 41 Winter 
Lorigan Thomas F., blacksmith, house 81 School 
Loring Augustus P., student H. U., rooms 10 Appian-way 
Loring Joan, widow, house 17 Antrim 
Loring John W. Mrs., house 59 Fifth 
Lothrop Charles B., tin plate worker, boards 106 Auburn 
Lothrop Eliza A., widow, house rear 107 Spring 
Lothrop George B., locksmith (B.), house 37 Blackstone 
Lothrop George B., jr., locksmith (B.), h. 37 Blackstone 
Lothrop James B., organ builder, 101 Gore, h. 106 Spring 
Lothrop Oliver B., music printer, boards 119 Washington 
Lotz Christopher, laborer, h. 2 Ninth, near Cambridge 
Lougherty Philip, law student H. U., rooms 404 Harvard 
Loughlin Edward, house 104 Pearl 
Loughlin John, carpenter, house 47 Cedar 
Loughlin, see O' Loughlin 
Loughran Mary Mrs., house 70 Wright 
Loughran Michael W., boards 70 Wright 
Loughrey Ann, widow of William, h. Loughrey avenue, 

rear 28 Pelham [Charles 

Loughrey John, bookkeeper J. P. Squire & Co., h. 144 
Lovejoy Charles J., clothing (60 Washington, B.), h. 14 

Warland 
Lovejoy C. Fred, clerk (96 High, B.), boards 14 Warland 
Lovejoy Emma (E. Lovejoy & Co.), milliner, 615 Main 
Lovejoy E. & Co. (Emma Lovejoy and Eva S. Delano), 

milliners, 615 Main [Walden 

Lovejoy Herbert M. (28 Avon, B.), h. Mt. Pleasant, near 
Lovejoy Samuel M., broker (57 State, B.), h. 94 Magazine 
Lovejoy Virgil S., coach driver, house 9 Seventh 



264 CAMBRIDGE [L] DIRECTORY. 

Loveland Horace N., treasurer Dover Stamping Co. (90 

North, B.), bouse 305 Broadway 
Lovell Andrew J., grocer (64 Cambridge, B.),h. 11 Forest 
Lovell Cornelius, house 79 Brattle 
Lovell Elizabeth, widow, house 8 Ash street place 
Lovering Ernest, student H. U., rooms 38 Kirkland 
Lovering James W., supt. Mt. Auburn cemetery, house 

228 Brattle 
Lovering Joseph, Hollis professor of mathematics and 

natural philosophy H. U., house 38 Kirkland 
Lovett Augustus, insurance agent (42 Congress, B.), bds. 

735 Cambridge 
Lovett Catherine, widow, house rear 35 Cowperthwaite 
Lovett James, baker, boards rear 35 Cowperthwaite 
Lovett John, laborer, house 8 Beaver [River 

Lovett Joseph L, printer John Wilson & Son, h. 6 Charles 
Lovett Mary, widow of Michael, house 32 Charles River 
Lovett Michael, house 1 Cowperthwaite 
Lovett Robert W., student H. U., rooms 18 Matthews hall 
Lovewell Frank M., broom maker, boards 414 Main 
Low Charles H. (C. H. Low & Co.), dry goods, 460 Har- 
vard, Harvard square, rooms 134 Mt. Auburn 
Low C. H. & Co. (Charles H. Low), dry and fancy goods, 

460 Harvard, Harvard square 
Low Edwin P., wooden ware maker (112 Harrison av., 

B.), house 10 Brookline 
Low Fred'k C, photographer, 110 Cambridge, h. 23 Fifth 
Low Frank H., printer University Press, bds. 65 Oxford 
Low Geo. H., bookkeeper (44 Kilby, B.), bds. 65 Oxford 
Low George W., house 65 Oxford 

Low Horace G., clerk, 460 Harvard, boards 29 Holyoke 
Low James, gardener, 67 Kirkland, house 25 Baldwin 
Low Joseph W. (J. W. Low & Co), leather manufacturer, 

Belmont, c. Reed, and (225 Congress, B.), h. at Boston 
Low J. W. & Co. (Joseph W. Low and A. R. Batchel- 

der), leather mufrs., Belmont, cor. Reed, store (225 

Congress, B.) 
Lowd William H., clerk, 118 Cambridge, bds. at Boston 
Lowe Edwin D., Harvest Flour mill, Portland, rear 194 

Broadway, boards 76 Prospect 
Lowe Francis (F. & J. Lowe), builder, h. 74 Prospect 
Lowe Frank A., boards 76 Prospect [Prospect 

Lowe F. & J. (Francis and John Lowe), builders, 76 
Lowe John, soap maker, house 159 Winsor 
Lowe John (F. & J. Lowe), builder, house 76 Prospect 
Lowe Mary Ann Mrs., house 8 Ellery 
Lowe Samuel B., house 64 Webster avenue 
Lowe Thomas R., painter, house 9>£ Suffolk 
Lowell Alfred E., freight conductor B. L. & N. R. R., h. 

32 Fourth 



CAMBKIDGE [Jj] DIRECTORY. 265 

Lowell Ellen F., asst. librarian Dana Library, h. 9 Douglass 
Lowell Frank, student H. IT., rooms 9 Linden 
Lowell Frederick II., drug clerk, 439 Main, h. 6 Cherry- 
Lowell Harrison G., sail maker, house 9 Douglass 
Lowell James Russell Smith, professor of the French and 

Spanish languages and literatures, and belles-letters 

H. TL, house Elmwood av., corner Mt. Auburn 
Lowell Kate M. Miss, teacher Willard primary school, 

boards 9 Douglass 
Lowell Lawrence, student H. U., rooms 9 Linden 
Lowell William O., blacksmith, house 96 Sixth 
Lowney Dennis, glass maker, boards 47 Winter 
Lowney Morris, house 47 Winter 
Lowry George W., foreman glass cutting N. E. Glass 

Works, house at Somerville 
Lowry Joseph, silversmith, house 11 Hunting 
Lowry Michael, in Boston Rolling Mill, house Rolling 

Mill block, Bristol 
Lowry William, boards 11 Hunting 
Lucas Clinton W., student H. IT., rooms 36 North av. 
Lucas Edward, waiter, house 22 Mill 
Lucey Anthony, stereotyper (22 Milk, B.), h. 22 Somerset 
Lucey Thomas, laborer, house 199 Norfolk 
Lucy Thomas H., policeman, station 2, house 122 Auburn 
Lucy Timothy, teamster, ho # use 32 Harvard 
Luddy Patrick, farmer, hou'se 117 Spruce [Winsor 

Ludgate William B., porter (24 Franklin, B.), house 74 
Ludlow James B., student H. IT., boards 4 Story 
Ludlow Thomas W., student H. IT., rooms 4 Story 
Lufkin J. P. N., plumber, 188 North avenue, boards at 

Somerville 
Luke Arthur P., bookkeeper National Bank of the Com- 
monwealth (Devonshire, c. Water, B.), bds. 19 In man 
Luke Elijah H. (E. H. Luke & Son), hay and grain, 71 

Main, h. 15 Maple av. [Main, h. 15 Maple a v. 

Luke Eugene R. (K. H. Luke & Son), hay and grain, 71 
Luke E. H. & Son (Elijah H. and Eugene R. Luke), hay 

and grain, 71 Main 
Luke Jacob P., boards 108 Inman 
Luke James, boards 65 Clark 
Luke James, jr., house 19 Inman 
Luke Otis EL, paying teller Third National Bank (66 

State, B.), boards 19 Inman 
Luke Walter J., clerk (105 High, B.), bds. 15 Maple av. 
Luke William H., carpenter, 61 Clark, house 65 do. 
Lull Frank H., music printer, boards 50 Cherry 
Lull Frederick A., real estate agt., 555 Main, h. 50 Cherry 
Lull George F., clerk, boards 50 Cherry 
Lum Edward H., student H. IT., rooms 20 Thayer hall 



266 CAMBRIDGE []j] DIRECTORY. 

Lummis Charles F., student H. U., boards 864 Main 
Luna Christopher P., hair dresser, 93 Cambridge, b. 99 Gore 
Lund Jerahmell C, carpenter (126 Charlestown, B.), 

house Mt. Vernon [Bridge 

Lund Lewis, engineer Lewis Bros. (Soraerville), h. 262 
Lund S., cabinetmaker, house 1 Gray place 
Lund S. Thompson, clerk (184 Washington, B.), house 

Mt. Vernon, near North av. [Mt. Vernon 

Lund Walter B., clerk (132 North, B.), bds. J. C. Lund's, 
Lundergan John, glass presser, house 42 Gore 
Lundin Carl A. R., telescope maker, h. Acorn, c. Chestnut 
Lunitz Bernhard, engineer, house 119 Allston 
Lunitz Charles, printer Riverside Press, bds. 7 Gordon pi. 
Lunitz Gustave, pocket book maker, h. 8 Stinson court 
Lunt Alphonso M., printer (31 Hawley, B.), h. 92 Otis 
Lunt Benjamin F., gilder, house 22 Watson 
Lunt John M., printer (31 Hawley, B.), h. 4 Mullins ct. 
Lunt William Parsons, book publisher (42 Congress, B.), 

house 5 Hilliard 
Lusk Bridget Miss, house 11 Laurel 
Luther Joseph H., book binder, house 63 Western av. 
Luther Thomas H. (Joy, Luther & Co.), carpenter, 3 

River, house 10 Village 
Lutz Frederick, student H. U., rooms 56 College House 
Lycett John J., printer Riverside Press, b. 92 Mt. Auburn 
Lydston William H., carpenter, house 136 Harvard 
Lyford George E., jeweler (211 Washington, B.), house 9 

Norris, 2d from North avenue 
Lyman Margaret, widow of William, house 30 Decatur 
Lyman Martha B. Miss, bds. 11 Ware [at Brookline 

Lyman Theodore, at Muesum Comparative Zoology, h. 
Lynagh Richard, furniture, 450 Cambridge, h. 482 do. 
Lynch Agnes R., widow of Thomas, house 220 Franklin 
Lynch Bridget, widow of Michael, house 188 Winsor 
Lynch Cornelius, laborer, house Ninth, near Otis 
Lynch Charles Patrick, laborer, house rear 62 Cambridge 
Lynch Daniel F., engraver, boards 28 Hastings 
Lynch Daniel J., W., boards 16 Lopez 
Lynch Dennis, laborer, house 32 Harding 
Lynch Hannah, widow, house 62 Plarvard 
Lynch James, plasterer, house 39 Cowperthwaite 
Lynch James F., laborer, boards rear 63 Gore 
Lynch James H., plasterer, boards 39 Cowperthwaite 
Lynch James M., clerk (B.), boards 211 Cambridge 
Lynch Jeremiah, gardener, 3 Clinton, h. 126>£ Green 
Lynch Jeremiah, laborer, house 265 Cambridge 
Lynch John, laborer, house 64 Brighton 
Lynch John, laborer, house Rolling Mill block, Bristol 
Lynch John, plasterer, boards 329 Main 



CAMBRIDGE [JJ DIRECTORY. 267 

Lynch John, laborer, boards 19}4 Fifth 
Lynch John, netmaker, house 122 Third 
Lynch John, laborer, house 152 Bridge 
Lynch John, laborer, house 16 Locust 
Lynch John, marble carver (Lynn), boards 93 Sixth 
Lynch John F., boards 16 Lopez 

Lynch John F., printer Riverside Press, boards 61 Pearl 
Lynch John J., stonecutter, boards 149 Dublin 
Lynch Julia, widow, house 28 Hastings 
Lynch Julia, widow of Henry, house 5 Vine 
Lynch Margaret, widow of Daniel, house 95 Kinnaird 
Lynch Margaret, widow of Patrick, house 19K Fifth 
Lynch Mary, widow of Michael, house 66 Harvard 
Lynch Mary Mrs., fancy goods, 209 Cambridge, h. 211 do. 
Lynch Matthew, laborer, house 29 Bolton [Franklin 

Lynch Michael, dry pressman Riverside Press, house 226 
Lynch Owen, laborer, boards 226 Franklin 
Lynch Patrick, laborer, house rear 63 Gore 
Lynch Patrick, laborer, house 24 Hayes court 
Lynch Philip, coachman, 33 Prospect, house do. 
Lynch Richard, laborer, house 24 Hayes court 
Lynch Thomas, laborer, house 37 Vine 
Lynch Thomas, laborer Water Works, h. 229 Franklin 
Lynch Thomas H., at Riverside Press, bds. 5 Rockwell 
Lynch Wtn, teamster G. G. Page & Co., b. 188 Winsor 
Lynch William B., wood carver, boards 139 Cambridge 
Lynde Rollin Harper, student H. U., rms. 369 Harvard 
Lynes Edward G., collector " Daily Globe " (238 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 23 Orchard 
Lynes Edward M., boards 23 Orchard 
Lynes Frank, music teacher, boards 23 Orchard 
Lynes Raymond, letter carrier North Cambridge Post 

Office, house 9 Lambert avenue 
Lynn David, plasterer, house 103 Webster avenue 
Lynn, see Linn 

Lyon Fred O., clerk, 458 Harvard, boards 27 Blackstone 
Lyon George H., billiards, Lyceum building, Harvard 

square, house 147 Mt. Auburn 
Lyon Hans W. C.,printer Riverside Press, h. 27 Blackstone 
Lyon Mary D., widow of Leonard, house 36 Ash 
Lyon Peter B., house 109 Columbia 
Lyon William E., pressman, boards 109 Columbia 
Lyon William L., house 36 Ash 
Lyons Eliza, widow, house 40 School 
Lyons James, baker, house 25 Banks 
Lyons James Henry, clerk, 126 Inman, bds. Cambridge 
Lyons James M., clerk, boards 40 School 
Lyons John, laborer, boards 2 Gore 
Lyons John, laborer, house 10 Flagg 



268 CAMBRIDGE [$[] DIRECTORY. 

Lyons John S., grocer and provisions 397, and liquors 393 

Cambridge, house 395 do. 
Lyons Mary, widow, house 3 Eaton 
Lyons Michael, watchman, boards 163 Broadway 
Lyons Peter, laborer, house 93 Brookline 
Lyons Thomas W., carpenter, house 412 Cambridge 
Lyons Timothy, coachman, 80 North avenue, boards do. 
Lyons Timothy, boards 192 Columbia 
Lyons William, laborer, house 117 Pleasant 

MABEE HORATIO N., carpenter, h. 1 King place 
Mabee Jas. T., carpenter W. McArthur, h. at Somervjile 
Mabery Chas. F., asst. in chemistry H. IT., h.50 Baldwin 
Mabille Phillippe, foreman of carvers Mason & Hamlin 

Organ Co., house at Roslindale 
Macauley Auley, harness maker, h. 51 Western avenue 
Macauley Frank, boards 51 Western avenue 
Macauley George, house 693^ Western avenue 
Macconnell Augustus, watches (97 Water, B.), and as- 
tronomical observer, Cambridge Observatory 
Macconnell Mary W., widow of Hugh, h. 125 Pleasant 
MACDONAJLD EDMUND J., bookbinder (11 Chardon, 

B.), boards 826 Main 
Macdonald Frederick W., boards 324 Harvard 
Macdonald Maria A. Mrs., house 324 Harvard 
MACDONALD WILLIAM, bookbinder (11 ChaMon, 

B.), house 808 Main 
Macdonald, see McDonald 

Mace Charlotte P., widow of Horace F., h. 34 Warland 
Mace Eveline T. Mrs., house 17 Lopez 
Mace Horace F., clerk (53 State, B.), house 34 Warland 
Mace Junius B., machinist, 368 Main, boards 17 Lopez 
Macey Etta Miss, house 62 Brattle 

McFarlane Wallace, student H. U., rms. 61 College house 
Macfarlane, see McFarlane 

MacGill James D., printer Riverside Press, h. 103 River 
Macgregor Catharine C. Mrs., house 29 Jay 
Macgregor Duncan, book binder Riverside Press, house 1 

Austin place 
Macgregor, see McGregor 

Maciel Antoine V., hairdresser, 197 Cambridge, h. do. 
Maciel John V., hairdresser, 390 Cambridge, b. 197 do. 
Maciel Joseph V., hairdresser, 93 Cambridge, h. 99 Gore 
Mack Charles S., student H. U., rooms 51 Thayer hall 
Mack John, painter, 4 Cambridge, bds. 77 Third 
Mack Julia, widow of Dennis, house 9 Holly avenue 
Mack Margaret, widow of Garrett, h. 9 Maynard place 
Mack Michael, laborer, house Burns blk., Foster place 
MACK PETER F., carriage, sign and ornamental painter, 
4 Cambridge, house 77 Third 



CAMBRIDGE [}[] DIRECTORY. 269 

Mack Timothy, whitewasher, h. Burns blk., Foster place 

Mackay T. B., house 10 Follen 

Mackay William, house Highland ■*- 

Mackey Andrew Mrs., house 25 Harvey 

Mackin James, house 142 Pleasant 

Mackin Philip, clerk, 9 Reed, boards do. 

Maclelland, see McLennan 

MacLeod Wm. G., compressed yeast agent, h. 90 Inman 

Macvane S. Marcus, instructor in political economy H. 

IT., house 12 Remington [hall 

MacVeagh Charles, student H. IT., rooms 3 Matthews 
MacVeagh, see McVay 

Macy George, slipper maker, boards 425 Main 
Madden Bernard, boards rear 19 Gore 
Madden Daniel, laborer, house 4 Hastings 
Madden Henry E., student H. IT., rms. 30 Stoughton hall 
Madden John, varnisher W. L. Lockhart, b. 56 Second 
Madden Martin, peddler, house 5 Seventh 
Madden Thomas, sail maker, house 204 Cambridge 
Madden Thomas, varnisher W. L. Lockhart, b. 56 Second 
Madden Thomas M., tinsmith (B.), boards 5 Seventh 
Madden William, laborer, house 159 Winsor 
Maddox Alfred L., waiter at restaurant (Custom House, 

B,), house 3 Pelham 
Maddox Ephraim A., cooper, h. Squire's brick blk., Gore 
Maddux Lafayette J., law student H. IT., rooms 25 Mt. 

Auburn 
Madigan Thomas, house 128 Hampshire 
Magahy Andrew B., upholsterer Worcester Bros., house 

15 Sparks st. place 
Magee Catherine, widow of George, h. 39 Charles [av. 
Magee Hugh, porter (Mass. Hospital, B.), h. 98 Putnam 
Magoun Aaron B., principal Harvard grammar school, 

boards 315 Broadway 
Magoun Franklin D., machinist, boards 62 Otis 
Magoun Joseph, machinist, house 62 Otis 
Maguire Ann Miss (Maguire & Ruth), fancy dry goods, 

380 Cambridge, house do. 
Maguire Daniel, laborer, house 90 Spring 
Maguire Francis, oil dealer (27 Broad, B.), h. 151 Austin 
Maguire Francis, jr., clerk (55 Kilby, B.),bds. 151 Austin 
Maguire Frank, house 10 Hastings [gomery 

Maguire John, laborer, house Belmont, 2nd from Mont- 
Maguire John, horse shoer, 18 Cambridge, h. at Somerville 
Maguire Owen, laborer, house 127 Western avenue 
Maguire William B., painter, house 19 Green 
Maguire & Ruth (Ann Maguire and Jane Ruth), dry and 

fancy goods, 380 Cambridge TPearl 

Mahady Daniel J., action maker M. & H. O. Co.,~h. 70 






270 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

Mahady John, organ maker, house 73 Pleasant 
Mahady J. William, clerk T. Booth, boards 73 Pleasant 
Mahady Thomas, action maker M. & H. Organ Co., house 

97 River 
Mahaffy John T., carpenter, house 22 Pleasant 
Mahan Edward E., tinsmith, 188 Cambridge, b. 87 Vine 
Mahan James, hairdresser, boards 56 Pearl 
Mahan Patrick, brick layer, house 172 Norfolk 
Mahaney Timothy, laborer, house 238 Franklin 
Mahaney Timothy, laborer, house 19 Harvard 
Mahar Patrick, tinsmith (B.), house 44 North 
Mahegan James J., book binder Riverside Press, house 5 

Bucks block, Seventh 
Mahoney Catherine, widow of Cornelias, house 6 Winter 
JVIahoney Cornelius, laborer, house 25 Sixth 
Mahoney David, teamster, house 130 Bridge 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house 443 Cambridge 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house rear 269 Cambridge 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house 13 Warren, n. Cambridge 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house rear 421 Cambridge 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house 34 Hampshire 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house Jefferson, n. Harding 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house 20 North 
Mahoney Ellen Miss, bread store, 54 Gore, house do. 
Mahoney Fred D., organ finisher M. & H. Organ Co., h. 

169 Otis 
Mahoney Fred. D., varnisher, house 74 Sixth 
Mahoney James, laborer N. E. Glass Co., house 13 Water 
Mahoney James, laborer, house 2 Spring 
Mahoney Jeremiah, at Riverside Press, bds. 137 Elm 
Mahoney Jeremiah, laborer, house 200 Norfolk 
Mahoney Jeremiah, laborer, house 102 Fourth 
Mahoney Jeremiah, teamster, boards 54 Ellery 
Mahoney John, laborer, boards 20 North 
Mahoney John, laborer, house 24 Dunster 
Mahoney John, shoemaker, 217 North avenue, house do. 
Mahoney Kane, laborer, house Ninth, n. Cambridge 
Mahoney Margaret, widow, house 130 Bridge 
Mahoney Margaret, widow of Michael J., h. 7 Lopez 
Mahoney Mary, widow of John, house 247 Franklin 
Mahoney Mary, widow, house 85 Spruce 
Mahoney Mary, widow of Jeremiah, h. 57 Charles 
Mahoney Mary, widow of William, house 41 Banks 
Mahoney Michael W., laborer, boards 41 Banks 
Mahoney Patrick C, shoemaker, 240 Cambridge, b. 198 do. 
Mahoney Timothy, case maker M. & H. Organ Co., bds. 

II. T. Foster's, Sixth, cor. Vine 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer, house 391 Cambridge 
Mahoney Timothy O., laborer, house 141 Elm 



CAMBRIDGE Q{] DIRECTORY. 271 

Mahoney William, laborer, house 35 Jefferson 

Mahoney William D., laborer, house 16 Sparks 

Mahony Dennis, laborer, house 37 Dublin 

Maillet Louis, hairdresser, house 367 Main 

Maine John B., tailor, house 3 Jefferson 

Mains James, ward tender Mass. General Hospital (Blos- 
som, B.), house 102 Winsor 

Mains John, grocer, 13 Vine, house do. 

Mains Mary, widow, boards 13 Vine 

Maitland James, blacksmith, 225 Main, house do. 

Major Abigail Mrs., widow, house 106 Ellery 

Major William F., conductor B. L. & N. R. R., boards 
106 Ellery 

Malhalerhan Michael, house 494 Main 

Mallaley Michael, laborer, house rear 382 Cambridge 

Mallen John F., tailor, 508 Main, house 494 do. 

MALLEY EDWARD B., counsellor, Lechmere Bank 
building, Cambridge, cor. Second, bds. 96 Thorndike 

Malley Patrick, grease collector, house 41 Willow place 
Malley, see Melley 

Mrtllon John, laborer, house 119 Pleasant [b. do. 

Mallon Margaret Mrs., nurse Orphans Home, Avon hill, 

Mallon Michael, laborer, house 119 Pleasant 

Mallory Richard P., engraver (242 Washington, B.), h. 

21 Hancock 
Mallows James Mrs., house 1 Jay 
Malloy John, laborer, h. Concord av., next F. R. R. 
Malone Chas. Wm., painter A. H. Hews & Co., boards 

112 Dublin 
Malone Mary J , widow, house 15 Carson 
Malone Patrick, laborer, house 13 Warren 
Malone Peter, asst. engineer Water Works, h. 112 Dublin 
Malone Philip, tin ware mnfr., 2, rear 191 Hampshire, h. 
192 Norfolk [place 

Malone Richard J., law student H. U., rooms 10 Frisbie 
Maloney P^lizabeth, widow of Patrick, boards 271 Main 
Maloney Ellen, widow of John, house 14 Brookline 
Maloney Patrick, carpenter, house Moore's block, 32 

Charles River 
Maloney Philip, shoemaker, h. 5 Roger's blk., Main 
Maloney William, teamster, house 366 North avenue 
Maloon John W., tinsmith, house 14 Sands 
Mandell William A., ins. agt. (1 Pemb. sq.,B.), ti. 93 Austin 
Mandell William J., clerk (24 Exchange place, B.), house 
4 Walnut avenue [dike 

Manix John, slipper maker (57 High, B.), h. 169 Thorn- 
Mankw Albert, 203 Bridge, house 62 Spring 
Manley Daniel, laborer, house 7 Hastings 
Manley Edward, printer, house rear 426 Cambridge 



272 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

Mann Albert, boards 23 Mellen [Follen 

Mann B. Pickman, teacher of Natural History, boards 19 
Mann Ernest A., engineer, boards 19 Hamilton 
Mann Henry A., printer J. Ford & Son, h. 19 Hamilton 
Mann Horace Mrs. (Kindergarten), house 19 Follen 
Mann James F. (Grant & Mann), cabinet maker, 384 

Main, house at Virginia 
Mann Rums, boots and shoes, 7 Harvard sq., h. 23 Mellen 
Manning Abbie A. and Frances A. Misses, house 59 Mt. 

Auburn 
Manning Bridget Miss, house 39 Cowperthwaite 
Manning Bridget Mrs., house 37 Cowperthwaite 
Manning Charles B., at Riverside Press, boards 49 West- 
ern avenue [162 Putnam av. 
Manning Edmund, boot and shoe dealer, 505 Main, house 
Manning Elizabeth B., widow of Dr. Samuel, house 416 

Harvard 
Manning Ellen, widow, house 11 Holly avenue 
Manning Henry M. S., box maker, house 49 Elm 
Manning James, laborer, house 19 Tuttle 
Manning James, teamster, bds. Ninth, near Otis 
Manning John, fruit peddler, house 22 Union 
Manning John F., glass blower, h. 137 Webster av. 
Manning John F. Mrs., variety store, 137 Webster ave- 
nue, house do. 
Manning John J., teamster, house 10 Winter 
Manning Matthew, plasterer, house 3 West 
Manning Michael, laborer, house 403 Cambridge 
Manning Nelson H., coffin maker, house 137 Cambridge 
Manning Patrick, laborer, house 186 Green 
Manning Thomas J., baker, boards 403 Cambridge 
Manning William, driver U. R. Co., rooms 5 South 
Manning William, laborer, house 2 Gore 
Manning Win. D., conductor U. R. Co., rms. 5 South 
Manning William H., printer Riverside Press, boards 41 

Blackstone 
Mannow Bridget, widow of John, h. 3 Dailey alley 
Manning Margaret, widow of Patrick, house 39 Charles 
Manning Michael, grocer, 68 Pearl, house do. 
Mannkae Amelia, widow of Fred., house rear 99 Sixth 
Mansfield Albert K., mechanical engineer, h. 102 Austin 
Mansfield Daniel, principal Washington grammar school, 

house 15 Hancock 
Mansfield D. Gardner, varnishes (149 Milk, B.), house 

Washington avenue, cor. Foxcroft 
Mansfield Garrett, in Boston rolling mill, h. Portland, cor. 
Hampshire [Cambridge 

Mansfield George W., pastor Trinity M. E. church, h. 100 
Mansfield Thomas, laborer, h. Tannery, opp. Almshouse 



CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 273 

Mansfield Tobias, laborer, house 9 Baldwin court 
Mansfield Win. H., hostler, b. Thos. Mansfield's, Tannery* 
Manson Mary S., widow of John, house 136 Harvard 
Manson Nathaniel G., house 303 Harvard 
Manson Nathaniel G., jr., boards 303 Harvard 
Manson Rufus H., iron (22 Fulton, B.), h. 303 Harvard 
Manson Walter P., hairdresser, boards 136 Harvard 
Mansur Warren, bookkeeper, 502 Main, h. 74 Columbia 
Manton John, piano key maker, bds. 179j^ Harvard 
Manton Patrick, laborer, house 24 Baldwin 
Manuel William H., seaman, house 110 Winsor 
Mara David, laborer, house 8 Decatur court 
Mara Thomas, gardener, house 23 Hayes court 
Marble Emma F., widow of Benj. T., house 31 Baldwin 
Marble Leyan L., conductor U. R. Co., h. 114 Auburn 
Marble Samuel W., governors (Franklin, cor. Oliver, B.), 

house 1 Worcester [h. 18 Forest 

Marble William, sails, awnings, etc. (357 Commercial, B.), 
March Charles D., student H. U , rooms 52 Brattle 
March Clement, leather (228 Congress, B.), house 306 

Harvard [-ette 

March Frank H., salesman (33 South, B.), boards 28 Fay- 
March Herbert B., salesman (212 High, B.), boards 28 

Fayette 
March John S., note broker (76 State, B.), h. 28 Fayette 
March John S., jr., master mariner, house 419 Broadway 
March Waldo, salesman (33 South, B.), bds. 28 Fayette 
March, see Marsh 

Marchant James H., carpenter, house 44 Spring 
Marcou Jules, house 42 Garden 
Marcou Philippe B., boards 42 Garden 
Marcy Henry E., student, boards 103 Pearl 
Marcy Henry O., physician, 690 Main, house do. 
Marcy John H. (Custom House, B.), house 103 Pearl 
Marden A. L., builder, house 48 Pearl 
Marden Ellis W., clerk (103 Devonshire, B.), b. 48 Pearl 
Marden Horace K. (Clark & Marden), house at Boston 
Marden William L., clerk, house 22 Pioneer avenue 
Marean George G. Mrs., house 66 Dana [Austin 

Marean Joseph H., salesman (9 Chauncy, B.), boards 106 
Marie Wallace R., book binder, house 40 Putnam avenue 
Mark Edward L., instructor in zoology H. U., house 48 

Shepard [75 Third 

Markey Charles A., messenger B. L. & N. R. R. shop, h. 
Markey Hugh V., varnisher (Lynn), house 19 Gore 
Marks Mary, widow, house 323 Cambridge 
Marks Michael F. (McKillican & Marks), slate and tin 

roofer, 109 Cambridge, house 203 Cambridge 
Maroney Joanna Mrs., widow, house 176 Gore 
18 



274 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

Maroney John, boards 176 Gore 
#Maroney Patrick, laborer, house 325 Cambridge 
Marr Robert D., clerk (453 Washington, B.), bds. Beacon, 

near In man square 
Marrett Augustus P., clerk (165 Milk, B.), bds. Avon hill 
Marrett D. Appleton, jr., clerk (29 India, B.), h. Avon hill 
Marrett Lorenzo, lawyer, Lechmere Bank building, Cam- 
bridge, cor. Second, h. Highland av., near Broadway 
Mars James W., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 65 Magazine 
MARSDEN JAMES, grocer and dealer in coal and 

wood, 395 Main, house do. 
Marsden Thomas, clerk, 395 Main, house 7 Lawrence 
Marsh Albert L., confectioner, boards 9 Boardmnn 
Marsh Arthur R., student H. U., rooms 44 Mt. Auburn 
Marsh Benj. F., provisions, 110 Cambridge, h. 42 Fifth 
Marsh Charles S., clerk, 97 Cambridge, house 124 Otis 
Marsh George W., glass finisher N. E Glass Co., bds. 59 

Third 
Marsh Henry H., painter, house 80 Kirkland 
Marsh James B., shoemaker, 36 Fifth, boards 92 Sixth 
Marsh John, house 92 Sixth 

Marsh Joseph E., glass maker, house 9 Board man 
Marsh Margaret Mrs., physician and midwife, house 80 

Kirkland 
Marsh Sarah A., widow of George, house 86 Spring 
Marsh W". J. S., wire spring maker M. & H. Organ Co., 

house at Wilmington 
Marsh Walter R., oiled clothes maker, h. r. 150 Prospect 
Marsh, see March 

Marshall Charles, laborer, h. Concord av., 2d from F. R. R. 
Marshall Ezekiel H. (114 Sudbury, B.), h. 475)^ Main 
Marshall Frank H. (O. S. Brown & Co.), flour, etc., Ill 

Bridge, house 33 Second [wood av. 

Marshall Freeman W., gardener, h. Mt. Auburn, n. Elm- 
Marshall Furber N. (F. N. Marshall & Co.), provisions, 

boards 117 Washington 
Marshall F. N. & Co. (Furber N. and Nahum Marshall), 

provisions, 56 Clark 
Marshall John H., clerk, 641 Main, boards 686 do. 
Marshall Mary Mrs., widow, house rear 36 Auburn 
Marshall Mary A., nurse, widow of Truman, h. 44 Pine 
Marshall Nahum (F. N. Marshall & Co.), provisions, 56 

Clark, house 117 Washington [pect 

Marshall Win. P., billiards (114 Sudbury, B.), h. 70 Pros- 
Marshea James W., watchmaker, 458 Harvard, house 67 

Mt. Auburn [Green 

Marshea John D., brass finisher (14 Beverly, B.), h. 23 
Marson George, hairdresser, \%, Brattle, h. 12Appian-way 
Marson James Frederick, hairdresser, Henderson's block, 

224 North avenue, boards 12 Coggswell avenue 




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CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 275 

Marsters John M., clergyman, house 1 Orchard 
Marston Annie V. Mrs., dressmaker, house 2 Regent 
Marston Charles C, billiard room. Porter's station, North 

avenue, house 2 Regent, next North avenue 
Marston Frank E., traveling agent (New Flaven), house 4 

Florence 
Marston George A., policeman, station 5, house 16 Spruce 
Marston George H., piano key manufacturer, 139 Broad- 
way, house 104 Winsor 
Marston George W\, foreman, 368 Main, house 9 Winsor 
Martell Edward, laborer, boards 171 Dublin 
Martell Frank E. (Cambridge Extract Co.), essences, 539 

Main, house 125 Austin 
Martell Patrick, teamster, house 171 Dublin 
Martell Patrick, jr, teamster, boards 171 Dublin 
Martin Albert (451 Washington, B., boards 2 River 
Martin Charles D., cracker packer, boards 52 Union 
Martin Charles H., conductor U. R. Co., house 7 Hollis 
Martin Elizabeth V. Mrs., dress and cloak maker, 284 

Broadway, house do. 
Martin Francis C, student H. U., rooms 17 Weld hall 
Martin George W., hair dresser, house 45 Washington 
Martin Horace H., student H. U., rooms 14 Kirkland pi. 
Martin James, shoemaker, 80 Brighton, house do. 
MARTIN JAMES, sail maker (114 Commercial, B.), 

house 16 Hamilton 
MARTIN JAMES A., sail and tent maker (114 Com- 
mercial, B.), house Oxford, corner Sacramento 
Martin John, boot and shoemaker, 544 Main, house do. 
Martin John, teamster, house 14 Watson 
Martin John H., waiter Memorial hall, h. 45 Washington 
Martin John L., student H. U., rooms Hoi worthy hall 
Martin Joseph P., teamster Alfred Wood, bds. 17 Dublin 
Martin Lemuel B., brass trimmings (Russell sq., Somer- 

ville), house 11 Chester 
Martin Martha A. Miss, teacher Thorndike grammar 

school, boards 116 Thorndike 
Martin Mary, widow of Luke, house 17 Dublin 
Martin Mary Mrs., h. off Mt. Auburn, next City building 
Martin Mary A., widow, house rear 41 Clark 
Martin Michael, laborer, house 22 Grant [Broadway 

Martin Michael E., gilder, house 2 Long's block, rear 134 
Martin Owen, shoemaker, Harvard square, rear Lyceum 

building, house 454 Broadway 
Martin Patrick, laborer, house 30 Vine 
Martin Peter, tailor, 436)£ Harvard, rooms do. 
Martin Rhoda Mrs., house 2 River 
Martin Stephen, iron molder, house 79 Treraont 
Martin Thomas, laborer, house 66 Washington 



276 CAMBRIDGE [31] DIRECTORY. 

Martin Thomas, furniture, 379 Main, house 52 Union 
Martin Thomas, machinist, boards 74 Fourth 
Martin Thomas, potter, boards 17 Dublin 
Martin Thomas K., jig sawyer, boards 52 Union 
Martin Walter C, clerk, boards 16 Hamilton 
Martin William, currier, house 71 Charles [River 

MARTIN WM. A., hardware (6 Dock sq., B.), house 2 
Martin William H., carriage maker, house 31 Norfolk 
Martin Wm. H., lawyer, 563 Main and (36 Old State 

House, B.), boards 34 Austin 
Martis Brooks B., milkman, house 132 Magazine 
Martis Sophronia, widow of Anthony, house 103 Pearl 
Marvel David T., law student H. U," bds. 13 Mt. Auburn 
Marvin Charles S.. printer (B.), boards 43 Fairmont 
Marvin Jos. H., carpenter and builder, h. 44 Sacramento 
Marvin Mary, widow of Chas. S., house 43 Fairmont 
Marvin Richard T., carpenter, house 14 Norfolk 
Marvin Thomas, carpenter and builder, house 51 Walden 
Marvin William J., carpenter, house 102 Austin 
Mason Albert, thermometer maker (242 Washington, 

B.), house Coggswell place, 4th from Westford 
Mason Arnold J., cracker packer, bds. 38 Market [house 
Mason Atherton P., student H. U., rooms 29 College 
Mason Charles A. (W. A. Mason & Son), civil engineer, 

603 Main, house Raymond, near Linnasan 
Mason Charles J., student H. U., boards at Boston 
Mason Eber L., fly finisher, 624 Main, boards 95 Inman 
Mason Edward P., student H. U., rms. 24 Matthews hall 
Mason Eleanor A., widow of John F., boarding-house, 22 

South 
Mason Francis M., truant officer, ward 5, house 5 Dover 
Mason Frank, bartender Prospect House, 598 Main, b. do. 
Mason Frank D., reporter, boards 5 Dover 
Mason George, turner, house rear 508 Main [Pearl 

Mason George D., clerk, 610 Main, bds. Geo. W. Stowe's, 
Mason George S., turner, Western av., near the bridge, h. 

510 Main 
Mason Harry E., clerk (B.), boards 95 Inman 
Mason Harry W., student H. U., rooms 60 Matthews hall 
Mason Henry (Mason & Hamlin Organ Co.), 162 Broad- 
way, salesroom (154 Treraont, B.), h. at Brookline 
Mason James M., watchman, house 10 Prince 
Mason John, watchman, 624 Main, house 95 Inman 
Mason Johu F., rooms 196 North avenue 
Mason John T., clerk (Washington, B.), boards 95 Inman 
Mason Joseph H., brassfinisher, house 13 Pine 
Mason Mary C. Miss, house 298 Harvard 
Mason Napoleon B., carpenter, house 38 Market 
Mason Richard, bootmaker, house 22 Decatur 



CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 277 

Mason Sam'l B., signal man B. & A. R. R. h. 7 Hamilton 
Mason Sarah E., fancy goods, 8 Pearl block, house do. 
Mason William A. (W. A. Mason & Son), civil engineer, 

603 Main, house Raymond, near Linnaean 
MASON W. A. & SON ( Wra. A. and Charles A. Ma- 
son), civil engineers, Hyde's block, 603 Main 
Mason Wrn. A., jr., teacher of drawing public schools 

(Worcester), boards Wm. A. Mason's, Raymond 
MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN CO. (Henry Mason 
and Emmons Hamlin), Henry Mason, treasurer, cab- 
inet organ manufacturers, 162 Broadway, salesrooms 
(154 Tremont, Boston) 
Massey Thomas, coachman, 25 Kirkland, b. 39 Baldwin 
Massey William, coachman (B.), house 39 Baldwin 
Matchett Clara E. Miss, teacher Webster grammar school, 

boards 42 Antrim 
Matchett Louisa G. Miss, teacher Holmes primary school, 

Hilliard, boards 22 Antrim 
Matheson Hugh, carpenter, house 11 Eighth 
Mathews Abram, laborer, house 5 Gray place 
Mathews Austin W.. student H. U., rms. 68 Thayer hall 
Mathews Eugene H., printer Univ. Press, h. 15 Wright 
Mathews James C, clerk, boards 97 Austin 
Mathews John W., painter, house 97 Austin 
Mathews Thos. H., bookkeeper, 221 Bridge, b. at Boston 
Mathews William P., shoemaker, 7 Essex, h. 97 Austin 
Mattes Carl, lager beer, 8 Brighton, house 12 do. 
Matthes Henry W., watchmaker, boards 42 Pine 
Matthes William H., baker, boards 42 Pine [Third 

Matthews James H., engineer B. L. & N. R. R., bds. 59 
Matthews Manuel, marble polisher (B.) ; h.203 Cambridge 
Matthews Mary A. Mrs., tailoress, house 50 Arnory 
Matthews Mason J., inventor Mason & Hamlin Organ 

Co., house at Boston 
Matthews Richard, master mariner, house 28 Lee 
Matthews Richard S., teller National Bank of the Com- 
monwealth (Water, cor. Devonshire, B.), h. 28 Lee 
Matthews, see Mathews 

Mauch Gottlab, cabinetmaker, house 16 East 
Maude John E., student H. U., rms. 66 College house 
Maurer Hiram, clock repairer (B.), house 45 Sargent 
Maus TheobolcJ. H., baker, 191 Hampshire, house do. 
Maxfield Jos. E., student H. U., rms. 28 Holyoke house 
May George R., chewing gum mnfr., h. 118 Magazine 
May Henry F., student H. XT., rms. 25 College house 
May James, baker, 71 Vine, house 94 Spring 
May James, wood turner, house 223 Broadway, room 3 
May John E., commission merchant (67 Commercial 
wharf, B.), house Highland, near Reservoir 



278 CAMBRIDGE [}f] DIRECTORY. 

Mayberry Elijah N., salesman (172 State, B.), b. 20 Avon 
Mayers Aaron B., carpenter, h. Chestnut, cor. Sydney 
Mayers Alanson H., student H. U., rms. 2 College House 
Mayers John L,, carpenter, house Sydney, near Chestnut 
Mayhew Benjamin F., tinsmith, house 200 Norfolk 
Mayhew Josiah B., waiter (18 Elm, B.), h. 124 Norfolk 
Maynard Abel, house 18 Winsor [Eliot 

Maynard Chas. E., glassmaker (12}£ Brattle, B.), bds. 18 
Maynard Eben W., 571 Main, house 144 Pearl 
Maynard Franklin, peddler rubber cement (42 F. H. 
square, B.), house 18 Eliot [iels court 

Maynard Geo. C., salesman (153 Summer, B.), b. 6 Dan- 
Maynard Henry O., foreman stereotype room John Wil- 
son & Son, 15 Holyoke, house 26 Mellen 
Maynard Herbert F., clerk (Milk, B.), boards 26 Mellen 
Maynard John W., hats, caps, etc., 571 Main, b. 144 Pearl 
Maynard Thomas F., tilesetter, boards 18 Eliot 
Maynard William E., passenger inspector U. R. Co., 

house Westacott place, near Putnam avenue 
Mayo C. H., cooper, rooms 56 Sydney 
McAdoo Wm., gardener Edwin Dresser, Raymond, 

house Garden court, 2d from Dublin 
McAleer John J., brushmaker, 12 Gore, house 53 Vine 
McAleer Patrick, laborer, house 106 Fourth 
McAllister Dennis, laborer, house 49 Hampshire 
McAllister William, shoemaker, 144 Bridge, house do. 
McAloney John W. (Isaac W. Bailey & Co.), carpenter, 

88 Auburn, house 32 Kinnaird 
McAlooney John F., laborer, boards 45 Pearl 
McAlooney Michael, laborer, house 45 Pearl 
McAnaul Thomas, shoemaker, 27*4 River, h. 11 Lopez 
McArdle Constantine, laborer, house 17 Donnell [aid 

McArthur Cornelius, at Mt. Auburn cemetery, h. McDon- 
McArthur William, carpenter, McDonald, h. at Belmont 
McAskill Peter, hackdriver, 904 Main 
McAuliffe Dauiel, laborer, house 117 Pleasant 
McAvoy Arthur, blacksmith, house 369 Main 
McAvoy Patrick, engineer (109 State, B.), h. 161 Main 
McAvoy Timothy, engineer and boardinghouse, 1 Hamp- 
shire 
McBaron Ann, widow of Thomas, house rear 36 Gore 
McBride Charles Wm., laborer, boards James McBride's, 

Concord avenue 
McBride Edward, hostler, house 17 Bay [Concord av. 
McBride Francis H., stone cutter, boards Jas. McBride's, 
McBride James, laborer, house Concord av., 3rd from 
F. R. R. [Concord ay. 

McBride James Daniel, carpenter, bds. James McBride's, 
McBride John, house rear 13 Vine [cord av. 

McBride John J., laborer, boards James McBride's, Con- 



CAMBRIDGE [M] DIRECTORY. 279 

McCabe Annie Miss, station agent F. R. R., Fresh Pond 

station, boards Mrs. Mary McCabe's, New 
McCabe Francis, boards 180 "Winsor 
McCabe James, peddler, house 23 Willow place 
McCabe James, laborer, boards Mrs. McCabe's, New 
McCabe John, laborer, house 5 Lechmere place 
McCabe John H., baker, boards 180 Winsor 
McCabe Mary, widow of Michael, house New, n. F. R. R. 
McCabe Patrick, barrel dealer, 176 Winsor, h. 180 do. 
McCabe Patrick, laborer, house 63 Bolton, corner Dublin 
McCabe Samuel, laborer, 17 East, house 54 North 
McCabe Terrence, laborer, house 6 Blair place 
McCafferty John, laborer, house 105 Third 
McCafferty John H., brass founder, house 3 State 
McCaffrey Bridget Mrs., house rear 15 Washington 
McCaffrey Catharine, widow of Murphy, h. 123 Fourth 
McCaffrey Hugh, harness maker, 197 Hampshire, h. do. 
McCaffrey James, boards rear 15 Washington 
McCaffrey James, carpenter, h. 5 Hunting, cor. Cambridge 
McCaffrey John, laborer, boards 53 Clark 
McCaffrey Philip, teamster, house 23 Seventh 
McCall, see McColl [bds. 289 North av. 

McCallar Daniel C, bookkeeper (615 Washington, B.), 
McCallar George M., bookkeeper (51 Hanover, B.), bds. 
289 North avenue [North av. 

McCallar John F., millinery (Summer, B.), boards 289 
McCallar Louisa F. Mrs., widow, house 289 North av. 
McCalvy James Mrs., house 99 Green 
McCammus Thomas, driver U. R. Co., bds. 27 Baldwin 
McCann Bridget Miss, house 118 Gore 
McCann Eliza, widow,' house 2 Lawrence 
McCann Hannah, widow, house 133 Webster avenue 
McCann Robert J., waiter Prospect house, boards do. 
McCann William J., clerk, 551 Main, boards 2 Lawrence 
McCannon James, machinist, boards 163 Broadway 
McCaren Sylvester, washer, 904 Main, house 19 Mill 
McCart James, laborer, house 23 Willow place 
McCarthy Carbery, bookbinder, boards 6 Watson 
McCarthy Charles, laborer, house 149 Bridge 
McCarthy Charles, laborer, house Spruce, corner Cedar 
McCarthy Charles, laborer, boards 7 East 
McCarthy Cornelius, cutter, house rear 6 Cowperthwaite 
McCarthy Daniel, blacksmith, 368 Main, h. 31 Webster av. 
McCarthy Daniel, harness maker, boards 141 Gore 
McCarthy Daniel, laborer, house 208 Bridge 
McCarthy Daniel laborer, house 112 Kinnaird 
McCarthy Daniel, teamster, house 73 Third 
McCarthy Daniel, jr., laborer, boards 208 Bridge 
McCarthy Daniel E., casemaker, house 86 Franklin 



280 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

McCarthy Dennis, shoemaker, house rear 77 Elm 
McCarthy Dennis D., constable, house 3 Seventh 
McCarthy Dennis E., machinist American Net aud Twine 

Co., Third, house at Maiden 
McCarthy Ellen, widow of John, h. r. 14 Cowperthwaite 
McCarthy Ellen, widow, house Jackson, near Spruce 
McCarthy Ellen, widow, house 14 East 
McCarthy Eugene, painter, house 71 Brighton 
McCarthy Eugene, gardener, house 6 Watson 
McCarthy Florence, pressman, house 39 Banks 
McCarthy Francis J., iron m older, boards 15 Clark 
McCarthy James, tailor (400 Washington, B.), h. 112 Gore 
McCarthy Jerry, laborer, boards 149 Bridge 
McCarthy John, house 175 Cambridge 
McCarthy John, tailor, 216 Cambridge, house 1 Eighth 
McCarthy John, laborer, boards 6 Lech mere place 
McCarthy John, stone cutter, house 72 Spruce 
McCarthy John, saloon, 83 Bridge, house do. 
McCarthy John A., machinist, boards 6 Watson 
McCarthy John F., clerk, boards 15 Clark [Brown 

McCarthy John R., plumber, 11 Harvard row, boards 16 
McCarthy Kate, widow, house 14 Cowperthwaite 
McCarthy Lewis A., pattern maker, boards 15 Clark 
McCarthy Margaret Mrs., house rear 6 East 
McCarthy Mary, dry goods, 72 Spruce, house do. 
McCarthy Mary F., widow of Francis, house 15 Clark 
McCarthy Mary, widow of Daniel, house 86 Franklin 
McCarthy Maurice, laborer, house 6 Lech mere place 
McCarthy Michael, cooper, house rear 7 Carson 
McCarthy Patrick, laborer George Wright, house 32 Cow- 
perthwaite 
McCarthy Patrick, laborer, house 162 Harvard 
McCarthy Patrick, hostler, 677 Main, bds. 112 Kinnaird 
McCarthy Patrick, 2d, laborer, bds. 6 Lechmere place 
McCarthy Patrick, laborer, boards 6 Lechmere place 
McCarthy Thomas, laborer, house 123 Third 
McCarthy Timothy, laborer, house 234 Bridge 
McCarthy, see McCarty 

McCarty Annie, widow of Michael, house 1 Holly av. 
McCarty Carberry, book binder, house 6 Watson 
McCarty Charles J., laborer, house 7 Reed 
McCarty Daniel, gate tender L. R. R., h. r. 58 Cambridge 
McCarty Daniel, helper, house 189 Hampshire 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, house 99 Main 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, boards 3 Lechmere place 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, boards rear 189 Hampshire 
McCarty Dennis, laborer, house rear 12 Short 
McCarty Dennis, laborer, house 4 Third 
McCarty Eugene, baker F. A. Kennedy, bds. 57 Amory 



CAMBRIDGE [}{] DIRECTORY. 281 

McCarty Jeremiah, teamster, house* Rogers blk., Brewery 

McCarty Jeremiah, tailor, house 563^ Cedar 

McCarty Jeremiah, at N. E. Glass Co., house 1 Linne- 

han's block, Third, near Winter 
McCarty John, house rear 189 Hampshire 
McCarty John, currier, house rear 65 Spruce 
McCarty John, gardener James V. Taylor, North avenue, 

house Appleton, near Vassal lane 
McCarty John, laborer, boards rear 189 Hampshire 
McCarty John, molder, 368 Main, house 50 Portland 
McCarty John, marble cutter, house 72 Spruce 
McCarty Julia, widow of Jeremiah, house 184 Spruce 
McCarty Kate, widow, house 14 Cowperthwaite 
McCarty Margaret, widow, house 126 Webster avenue 
McCarty Mary, widow of Dennis, house 192 Bridge 
McCarty Mary, widow of John, house 57 Amory 
McCarty Matthew, engineer, 624 Main, h. at Soraerville 
McCarty Michael A., at G. Woods & Co., h. 172 Hampshire 
McCarty Michael C, stone cutter, house 19 Harvard 
McCarty Patrick, laborer, house 162 Harvard 
McCarty Patrick, teamster Island Pond Co., h. 49 North 
McCarty Richard, blacksmith J. Bolger, boards 22 Church 
McCarty Thomas, book agent, house 79 Spruce 
McCarty Timothy, laborer, house 137 Elm 
McCarty Timothy, laborer, house 159 Broadway 
McCarty Timothy, laborer, house 169 Winsor 
McCarty Timothy, molder, 368 Main, house 12 Harrison 
McCarty Timothy J., milk driver, boards 192 Bridge 
McCarty William, molder, house 19 Webster avenue 
McCarville Bridget, widow of James, house 19 West 
McCarville Ellen M. Mrs., house 19 West 
McCarville James, house 25 Cedar 

McCarville James, glass cutter N. E. Glass Co.,h. 19 West 
McCarville Owen, watchman Union Glass Co. (Webster 

avenue, Somerville), boards 19 West 
McCarville Peter J., boards 25 Cedar 
McCaughey Arthur, in American Tube Works (Somer- 
ville), house 4 Baldwin court 
McCaughin Daniel, laborer, boards 45 Coggswell avenue 
McCaughin John, ice tool maker, 168 North avenue, bds. 

45 Coggswell avenue 
McCaul Jane Mrs., house 192 Norfolk [478 do. 

McCauley Margaret Mrs., fancy goods, 486 Cambridge, h. 
McCaw Henry, confectioner, 503 Main, house 33 Front 
McClane Martha, widow, house 68 Brighton 
McClary David N., policeman, house 66 ThGrndike 
McCleave Maria R., widow of Frederick W., house 56 
Webster avenue [Spring 

McCleery Andrew L., engineer (30 Lancaster, B.), h. 142 



282 CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 

McClellan James, teamster, house 81 Brighton 
McClellan Lawrence, laborer, house rear 79 Brighton 
McClellan Peter J., carriage builder, 18 Cambridge, h. 

103 Spring 
McClennan Francis, student, boards 30 Mount Auburn 
McClennan Rose Mrs., house 24 Cowperthwaite 
McClennan William C, watchman, house 80 Harvard 
McCloskey Arthur, stone cutter (Scotland), h. r. 23 Vine 
McCloskey Bridget, widow of Michael, house 52 Fifth 
McCloskey Hugh, carpenter, rear 123J Bridge, house 

Boston Chemical Works, rear Cambridge 
McCloskey James B., clerk (46 Chauncy, B.), boards 52 

Fifth 
McCloskey John B., clerk, 164 Cambridge, bds. 52 Fifth 
McCloskey Patrick A., brass molder (33 Hawkins, B.), h. 
83 Fifth [bds. 52 Fifth 

McCloskey Peter J., fish and oysters, 164 Cambridge, 
McCloskey William, carpenter, house 66 Putuam avenue 
McCloud James, laborer, boards 36 Ellery 
McCIure Manley W., clerk (5 Custom House, B.), boards 
212-J- No. av. [bridge, rooms 89 Spring 

McCIure Margaret Miss, fruit and confectionery, 72 Cam- 
McClure Martha Mrs., house 212^ North avenue 
McColgan Neal, boards 1 Athens 
McColgan Tristram, laborer, boards 1 Athens 
McColl Edgar W., student H. TJ., rooms 6 North avenue 
McComb Thomas, slater, house 8 Antrim [Cedar 

McConnell Thodora Louisa, widow of Andrew, house 47 
McConologue John, stone mason, h. 2 Jefferson, c. Warren 
McCord Bernard F., glass maker N. E. Glass Co., boards 
139 Cambridge [Cambridge 

McCord James A., glass maker N. E. Glass Co., bds. 139 
McCorkle James, laborer, house 57 Spriug [Second 

McCormack Alexander, clerk, 105 Cambridge, boards 27 
McCormic Dominick, cooper, h. 2 Rogers block, Main ' 
McCormic James A. Mrs., widow, restaurant, 91 Cam- 
bridge, house 14 Winter 
McCormick Bridget, grocer, 349 Main, house 347 do. 
McCormick Edward (McCormick & Haley), slater, base- 
ment 1 Prospect, house rear 45 Amory 
McCormick James, laborer, house 19 Beaver 
McCormick James, carriage painter, bds. 352 North av. 
McCormick James E., engineer, 92 Main, bds. 19 School 
McCormick John, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 19 School 
McCormick John, laborer Eastern R. R., h. 15 Second 
McCormick John, plumber, boards 2>£ Dailey alley 
McCormick John J., boiler maker, 92 Main, bds. 19 School 
McCormick Joseph M., computer at Harvard College ob- 
servatory, boards do. 



CAMBRIDGE []\I] DIRECTORY. 283 

McCormick Mary, widow of James, house 10 Donnell 
McCormick Mary, widow of Richard, h. i l% Dailey alley 
McCormick Patrick J., weigher J. P. Squire & Co., house 

164 Gore [164 Gore 

McCormick Richard, fireman J. P. Squire & Co., boards 
McCormick Wm., potter, h. Crescent av., opp. Raymond 
McCormick & Haley (Edward McCormick and William 

Haley), slaters, basement 1 Prospect 
McCorry John, butter maker, boards 14 Lopez 
McCorry John, watchman, house 123 Brookline 
McCourt Ann, widow of Patrick, house 22 Carson 
McCourt Catherine Miss, clerk Wm. Wright, boards 13 

Dunster [32 Charles River 

McCourt Chas., printer J. Wilson & Son, h. Moore's blk., 
McCourt John, coachman, house 16 Brown 
McCourt Patrick, laborer, boards 22 Carson 
McCourt William, painter, house 193 Mt. Auburn 
McCoy Cassie, widow of Edwin, house 41 Blackstone 
McCoy John, helper, 11 Church, boards 83 Brattle 
McCoy Madison, miller, house 18 Rockwell 
McCoV Thomas H. (T. H. & W. F. McCoy), fish, 85 Mt. 

Auburn, boards 83 Brattle 
McCoy T. H. & W. F. (Thomas H. and William F. Mc- 
Coy), fish market, 85 Mt. Auburn 
McCoy William, laborer, house 10 Somerset 
McCoy William, tailor, 31 Brattle sq., house 83 Brattle 
McCoy William F. (T. H. & W. F. McCoy), fish, 85 Mt. 

Auburn, boards 83 Brattle 
McCoy William J., mason, house 10 Somerset 
McCracken James, stone cutter, 81 Main, h. 18 Willard 
McCready John C, printer, house 164 Pleasant 
McCready Thomas, house 2 Rogers block, Main 
McCrehan James, teamster, boards 54 Spruce 
McCrehan Jeremiah, brick mnfr., Dublin, h. 54 Spruce 
McCrehan John, laborer, house 63 Spruce 
McCristal James, laborer, house 212 Columbia 
McCue Dennis, laborer, house 103 Webster avenue 
McCue Dennis, laborer, boards 149 Franklin 
McCue Thomas, laborer, house 149 Franklin 
McCue Thomas, peddler, house 33 Porter, near Harding 
McCue Thomas, jr., boards 33 Porter 
McCue Thomas F., letter carrier P. O., 625 Main, house 

197 Hampshire 
McCue, see McHugh 

McCuen William, laborer, house 39 Charles 
McCulloch Albert, boards 9 Shepard 
McCulloch Barney; hostler, Main, opp. Pearl, b. 1 Bristol 
McCulloch Frank* driver U. R. Co., house 1 Bristol 
McCulloch George, driver U. R. Co., boards 1 Bristol 



284 CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 

McCulloch Johnjunk, house 118 Columbia 

McCulloch John B., boards 173 Harvard 

McCulloch Samuel, drain and sewer builder, Winsor, cor. 

Harvard, house 173 Harvard 
McCune John, tailor, house 70 Gore 
McCune Nelson, clerk, 64 Cambridge, boards 70 Gore 
McCurdy James R., baker, boards 52 Clark 
McCurdy Robert H., student H. TJ., rooms 18 Little's blk. 
McDaniel Samuel W., law student H. U., house 69 Dana 
McDermott Daniel, peddler, house 106 Harvard 
McDermott Edward, pressman University Press, house 

25 Somerset 
McDermott Edward, laborer, house 25 Sparks street place 
McDermott Edward, jr., carriage smith, 11 Church, house 

25 Sparks street place 
McDermott Ella, widow, house 5 Marvin place 
McDermott Ellen, widow of Cornelius, house 22 Hunting 
McDermott Frank, laborer, house 157 Winsor 
McDermott James, laborer, house 139 Elm [erset 

McDermott John H., confectioner, 503 Main, h. 25 Som- 
McDermott John, tailor (Court, B.), house 24 Fifth 
McDermott Patrick, plumber (61 Devonshire, B.), house 

41 Gore 
McDermott Patrick, laborer, house 4 Jefferson 
McDermott Patrick G., music teacher, boards 24 Fifth 
McDermott Thomas, glass blower, boards 139 Elm 
McDermott William, baker, boards 157 Winsor 
McDevitt Edward, blacksmith, house 458 Cambridge 
McDevitt John, clerk, 432 Cambridge, bds. 458 do. 
McDevitt William E., boards 458 Cambridge 
McDonald Alexander, marble and granite works, Mt. Au- 
burn, opp. cemetery, house at Belmont 
McDonald Allan, bell raolder, boards 186 Winsor 
McDonald Andrew D., carpenter, house 186 Winsor 
McDonald Catharine, widow of Duncan, house 7 Holly 
McDonald Charles, brick maker, house Vassal lane, rear 

Cofran's brick yard 
McDonald Daniel, stair builder, house 29 Cherry 
McDonald Daniel, laborer, house 43 Vine 
McDonald David, clerk, 345 Cambridge, bds. do. 
McDonald Felix, laborer, house 18 Gore 
McDonald Frank, painter, boards 180 Dublin 
McDonald Frank, laborer, rooms 79 Gore 
McDonald Hannah, widow, house rear 6 Lopez 
McDonald James, laborer, house 152 Green 
McDonald James, machinist, h. Portland, c. Hampshire 
McDonald James, laborer, house 21 Donnell 
McDonald Jane, widow, house 58 Elm 
McDonald Jane, widow of Alexander, h. 40 Brookline 



CAMBRIDGE []\f] DIRECTORY. 285 

McDonald Jane A. Mrs?, house 94 Fourth 
McDonald John, peddler, house 24 Jefferson 
McDonald John, mason, house 26 Somerset 
McDonald John, jr., mason, boards 26 Somerset 
McDonald John, laborer, house 29 Reed, near Belmont 
McDonald John, gardener, Mt. Auburn, h. at Watertown 
McDonald John, granite polisher, house 7 Maynard place 
McDonald Johu, laborer, house 38 Porter, near Harding 
McDonald John, tin plate worker, bds. 94 Fourth 
McDonald John J., painter, boards 186 Winsor 
McDonald Joseph, laborer, house rear 98 Fourth 
McDonald Lawrence, laborer, house 19 Porter 
McDonald Margaret, widow of Maurice, house 61 Bolton 
McDonald Martin, laborer, house 105 Kinnaird 
McDonald Mary A. Mrs., house rear Spring 
McDonald Matthew, mason, boards 26 Somerset 
McDonald Matthew, house 51 Vine 
McDonald Michael, brick layer, house 16 Bolton 
McDonald Murdock, stone cutter A. C. Sanborn & Co. 

house at Maiden 
McDonald Patrick Mrs., house 180 Dublin 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, house 17 Porter 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, house 90 Fifth 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, house 20 Clay 
McDonald Patrick H., britannia worker, h. r. 129 Third 
McDonald Patrick R., house 109 Winsor 
McDonald Philip, glass cutter, house 8 Third 
McDonald Thomas, painter, house 11 Lopez 
McDonald Thomas, wharf contractor, h. rear 53 Vine 
McDonald William A., painter, bds. 186 Winsor 
McDonald William, printer, house 145 Main 
McDonnell James, laborer, house Somerset, near River 
McDonnell James, laborer, house 9 Eighth 
McDonough William, teamster, house 8 Maynard place 
McDonough John, laborer, boards 28 Vine 
McDonough Patrick, engineer gas works, h. 3 Pioneer av. 
McDonough Peter, house 28 Vine 
McDonough Thomas, laborer, boards rear Fifth 
McDowell Henry B., student H. IT., rms. 40 Thayer hall 
McDowell John, stair builder, house 110 Tremont 
McDowell John, laborer, house 80 Harvard 
McDowell J. H., baker, house 463 Main 
McDowell J. H. Mrs., restaurant, 463 Main, house do. 
McDowell William, laborer, house 73 Cambridge 
McDuffee John, clerk of committees, office City Hall, 

house 8 Ellery 
McDuffee Mary Miss, dressmaker, boards 30 Wendell 
McEleney Cornelius, house 109 Gore 
McElerney Bernard, lamplighter, house 17 Wyeth 



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McElerney Edward, lamplighter/boards 17 Wyeth 
McElerney Patrick, laborer" Wm, Wright, b. 48 Brighton 
McElhaney Mary A. Mrs., house 16 Hamilton 
McEllroy Wm., confectioner, 440 Harvard, h. 28 Shepard 
McElravy Daniel, brassfiler, h. 129 Washington 
McElroy Edward B., glassmaker, house 74 Pearl 
McElroy Elizabeth, widow, house 5 McCabe 
McElroy Francis G., building mover, 133 Third, house do. 
McElroy Frank J., carpenter, house 212 Bridge 
McElroy Hugh, glass blower, 137 Bridge, h. at Somerville 
McElroy Hugh, grease collector, house rear 58 Charles 
McElroy James, tin ware, house 153 Winsor 
McElroy Patrick J., glass blower, 137 Bridge, h. 21 Fourth 
McElroy Peter, glass blower, 137 Bridge, h. at Charlestown 
McElroy William, floor layer, house 1 Hannum's block, 

rear 114 Broadway 
McEvoy Thomas, laborer, house 134 Norfolk 
McFadden John, laborer, house 263 Mount Auburn 
McFadden Rosana, widow, house 500 Cambridge 
McFadden Stephen, fireman, house 261 Franklin 
McFadden Wm., carpenter, h. r. 365 Cambridge [hall 
McFadon Robert D., student H. XL, rooms 24 Holworthy 
McFadyen Samuel, boarding house, 26 Holyoke 
McFalf David, clergyman New Era Hall (176 Tremont, 

B.), house 90 Fourth 
McFarland Frank, printer, boards 7 Rockw T ell 
McFarland James, bootmaker, 151 North avenue, at Por- 
ter's station, house at Somerville 
McFarland James B., carpenter, house 71 Western av. 
McFarland Jane, widow of George, house 41 Somerset 
McFarland John, laborer, house 22 Foster 
McFarland Lorenzo, cooper, boards 3 Rogers block, Main 
McFarland Robert, laborer, house 31 Harding 
McFarland Robert, cooper, house 3 Rogers block, Main 
McFarland Roscoe, cooper, boards 3 Rogers block, Main 
McFarland William, tinman, boards 41 Somerset 
McFarlane John, casemaker M. & H. Organ Co., rooms 99 

Washington 
McFay Prudence, widow, house 50 Cedar 
McFeely Ellen, widow of John, house rear 29 Winter 
McGahey Henry, brick layer, boards 126 Third 
McGahey John, mason, house 126 Third 
McGallan Dennis, laborer, house 2 Lechmere place 
McGann Thomas, house Andrew, near Fairmont 
McGarter Joseph, cooper, boards 559 Main 
McGaskill Peter, coachman, rooms 54 Mt. Auburn 
McGee Daniel, butcher, house Carson, corner Gore 
McGee Patrick, soap maker, house 82 Elm 
McGeoch Alexander, house 93 Washington 



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McGeorge Mary L. Mrs., house 564 Main 
McGill J. D., at Riverside Press, house 103 River 
McGill Thomas Mrs., house 113 Prospect 
McGillicurldy Joseph H., boards rear 17 Pine 
McGillicuddy Timothy, laborer, house rear 17 Pine 
McGillivray W. H. J. (24 Exchange pi., B.), boards 36 

Mt. Auburn 
McGinley Bros. (Edward and John McGinley), groceries 

and provisions, 171 Bridge [boards do. 

McGinley Edward (McGinley Bros.), grocer, 171 Bridge, 
McGinley Francis, carpenter, boards 171 Bridge 
McGinley James I)., baker, house 115 Elm 
McGinley John (McGinley Bros.), grocer, 171 Bridge, b. do. 
McGinley Patrick, shoemaker, boards 171 Bridge 
.McGinley Thos. J., clerk, 1 Lechmere sq., bds. 171 Bridge 
McGinness Bessie, widow of James, house rear 67 Moore 
McGinness Bridget Miss, house 6 Hamilton 
McGinness Edward, brakeman F. R. R., h. 10 Railroad 
McGinness Geo. W., law student, boards 239 Cambridge 
McGinness Hugh, hostler, 203 Bridge, h. 203 Cambridge 
McGinness Kate E., dressmaker, 239 Cambridge, bds. do. 
McGinness Kate J. Miss, brushmaker, house 26 Carson 
McGinness Robert, tailor, 239 Cambridge, house do. 
McGinness Robt. J., clerk, 88 Fifth, bds. 239 Cambridge 
McGirr Francis F., gold beater (16 Harvard place, B.), 

house 91 Third 
McGivney John, brass m older, house 50 Spring 
McGlashan Alexander, machinist, 356 Main, house 7 Han- 

n urn's block, rear 114 Broadway [1 Athens 

McGlinchey Andrew, bookbinder Riverside Press, house 
McGlinchy James, laborer, house 92 Fifth 
McGlone Charles H., glass maker, house 202 Hampshire 
McGlone James, laborer, boards 202 Hampsnire 
McGolrick Hugh, laborer, house 36 Cherry 
McGoime Michael, laborer, house 105 Fourth 
McGovern James, boards 23 Carson 
McGovem James, laborer, house 8 Mullin's court 
McGovern John, laborer, house rear 123 Spring 
McGovern John, currier, boards 168 Dublin 
McGovern John B., fish dealer, house 201 Cambridge 
McGovern Joseph F., boards 201 Cambridge 
McGovern Lawrence, machinist, boards 23 Carson 
McGovern Mary, widow of Frank, house 23 Carson 
McGovern Philip, laborer, house 32 Warren 
McGowan William, laborer, house 17 South 
McGrady Daniel, laborer, h. r. 162 Franklin [Franklin 
McGrane James A., pressman J. Wilson & Son, bds. 161 
McGrane Patrick, teamster, 622 Main, h. 161 Franklin 
McGrath Daniel, laborer, house 17 Pine 



288 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

McGratb Edward, stone mason, house 20 Hayes court 
McGrath James, packer, boards 194 Columbia 
McGrath John, engineer, house 194 Columbia 
McGrath Michael, laborer, house 36 Warren 
McGrath Michael, teamster, 111 Bridge, house 7 Water 
McGrath Patrick, cooper, 138 Gore, bds. at East Boston 
McGrath Thomas, cooper, boards 339 Main 
McGregor Duncan, carpenter B. & L. R. R. repair shop, 

boards 33 Cambridge 
McGregor Peter, glass cutter, boards 9 Second 
McGregor, see Macgregor 

McGruder Patrick, confectioner, house 68 Harvard 
McGue Thomas, teamster, house 150 Bridge 
McGuigen Charles, laborer, house 15 Vine 
McGuire Bernard, laborer, house 119 Gore 
McGuire Hugh, butcher, boards 160 Prospect 
McGuire Jane, widow of John, house 19 Winsor 
McGuire John, house 34 Warren 
McGuire Joseph, house 105 Third 
McGuire Maria Mrs., dressmaker, 23 Vine, house do. 
McGuire Michael, laborer, house rear 55 Amory 
McGuire Patrick, stone mason, boards 19 Winsor 
McGuire Terrance, grocer, 139 Bridge, house do. 
McGuire William J., laborer, boards 19 Winsor 
McGurk Hugh Mrs., grocer, 21 Harding, house do. 
McGurk James, grocer, 1 Webster avenue, house do. 
McGurk James, boards 12 Webster avenue 
McGurk John, liquors, 12 Webster avenue, house do. 
McGurk John W., clerk, 1 Webster av., bds. 21 Harding 
McGurk Matthew, shoemaker, 29 Gore, house do. 
McGurk Michael F., furniture polisher, bds. 21 Harding 
McGurk Patrick, clerk, house 1 Webster avenue 
McGurk Peter, machinist, house 31 Seventh 
McGurk Terence, laborer, house 21 Harding 
McHaffey Francis J., printer, house 11 Broadway 
Mcllugh Charles, iron molder, boards 12 Harrison 
McHugh Cornelius, iron molder, 368 Main, b. 12 Harrison 
Mcllugh John, laborer, 108 North avenue, boards do. 
McHugh John, laborer, house 209 Franklin 
McHugh Thomas, iron molder house 12 Harrison 
McHugh Timothy, brass finisher, boards 12 Harrison 
McHugo William, foreman molding room Woodbury & 

Co., house at Charlestown 
Mcllvain Benjamin, tinman, house 88 Putnam avenue 
Mclnnes Angus, carpenter, house 173 Elm 
Mclnnes Hugh, carpenter, boards 30 Fourth 
Mclnnes Hugh, carpenter, house 29 Cherry 
Mclntire Amelia A., widow of Ebenezer, house 70 Otis 
Mclntire Amelia T. Miss, recorder Court House, b. 70 Otis 



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Mclntire Charles, carriage washer, boards 62 Thorndike 
McINTIRE CHARLES J., counselor at law, 53 Fourth, 

and (242 Washington, B.), house 70 Otis 
Mclntire Ezra T., baker, 79 and 184 Cambridge, h. 79 do. 
Mclntire Hugh, laborer, boards 83 Bridge 
Mclntire Thomas, clerk police court, house 117 Inman 
Mclntire Thomas, jr., carriage painter, Broadway, c. Elm, 

boards 117 Inman 
Mcintosh E. D., tinman, boards 5 Rockwell 
Mcintosh George, carriage smith, 376 Main, h. 1 Lamson pi. 
Mcintosh Hugh, wood turner, house 138 Harvard 
Mcintosh James, engineer, 124 Harvard, rooms 114 do. 
Mclntyre Catherine, seamstress, house 15 Hollis 
Mclntyre Donald, bookkeeper (28 Pemberton square, B.), 

house 7 Plymouth 
Mclntyre William W., printer, house 12 Eliot 
Mclver Mary A., widow of Edward, house 18 Putnam pi. 
Mclvers Elizabeth Miss, house 24 South 
McKay Alexander, carpenter, house 12 Eliot 
McKay Chisholm, house 410 Cambridge 
McKay Daniel, laborer, house 17 Murdock 
McKay Gordon, agent McKay Sewing Machine Associa- 
tion (40 Pearl, B.), h. 24 Arrow and 35 Mt. Auburn 
McKay Henry G., student H. U., rooms 36 No. avenue 
McKay John, jr., machinist, boards 225 Putnam avenue 
McKay John C., shoemaker, house 407 Cambridge 
McKay Jonathan, siater, Henderson's block, basement, 

220 North avenue, house 432 Broadway 
McKay Margaret A., boarding house, 130 Spring 
McKay Roderick D., tinsmith, h. 1, rear 189 Hampshire 
McKay Win., teamster Union Glass Co., b. 107 Cambridge 
McKaye Henry G., student H. U., rooms 36 North av. 
McKaye Maria E. Mrs., teacher (B.), bds. 387 Harvard 
McKean Anna H., widow of Henry S., h. 29 Everett 
McKee George, potter A. H. Hews & Co., h. Westford 
McKee James, potter A. H. Hews & Co., h. 14 Westford 
McKeen Benjamin P., clerk, house 61 Pearl 
McKeever Edward, brick layer, house 66 Charles 
McKeever William, glass maker, house rear 56 Winter 
McKelleget Patrick, wheelwright, house 267 Cambridge 
McKelleget Richard J. (Morse & McKelleget), lawyer, 

97 Cambridge, and (19 Old State House, B.), boards 

267 Cambridge 
McKenna Edward, coachman, house Erie, c. Brookline 
McKenna Edward E., carpenter, house 65 Spruce 
McKenna Hugh, carpenter, house 17 Willow place 
McKenna Hugh, machinist, house 120 Webster avenue 
McKenna James, butter maker, boards 91 Brookline 
McKenna James, teamster, 103 Bridge, house 114 Spring 
j.y 



290 CAMBRIDGE [J{] DIRECTORY. 

McKenna James, wire worker, house 458 Cambridge 
McKenna John, brush maker, house 125 Third 
McKenna John, helper, house 116 Brookline 
McKenna John, laborer, boards 123 Fourth 
McKenna John, teamster, 103 Bridge, h. Ill Spring 
McKenna John J., bar tender, 241 Cambridge, boards 

33 Warren 
McKenna Owen, laborer, house 33 Warren, cor. Porter 
McKenna Owen T., printer, boards 19 Seventh 
McKenna Patrick, watchman J. P. Squire & Co., house 

123 Third 
McKenna Peter, shoemaker, 323 Cambridge, bds. do. 
McKenney Charles H., conductor U. R. Co., house 69 

Mt. Auburn 
McKenney Patrick, carpenter, house 17 Maynard place 
McKenzie Alexander, pastor First church in Cambridge, 

and overseer H. U., h. 12 Garden 
McKenzie George F., shipping clerk (142 Friend, B.), 

and constable, house 122 Spring 
McKenzie Hector, carpenter, house 242 Cambridge 
McKenzie James F., painter, house 118 Columbia 
McKenzie James K., blacksmith, 496 Main, h. 512 do. 
McKenzie Katie C. Miss, dressmaker, 122 Spring, bds. do. 
McKenzie Roderick, carpenter, house 21 McCabe 
McKenzie William, clerk (5 Winter, B.), h. 9 Plymouth 
McKeon Edward J., boards 20 Webster avenue 
McKeon James, barrel dealer, hous fi 20 Webster avenue 
McKeown William, jig sawyer, house 408 Cambridge 
McKewen Frederick, molder, house rear 27 Pine 
McKewen James, house 10 Pine 
McKiever Samuel, cook, house 82 Harvard 
McKillican Robert (McKillican & Marks), roofer, 109 

Cambridge, house at Somerville 
McKillican & Marks (Robert McKillican and Michael F. 

Marks), slate and tin roofers, 109 Cambridge 
McKinley Frank, painter, house 102 Kinnaird 
McKinnon Charles E. (Kelley & McKinnon), carpenter, 

7 Western avenue 
McKinney Mary, widow, house 19 Dublin 
McKinzie James C, printer, boards 137 Brookline 
McKinzie John R., printer Riverside Press, house 139 

Brookline [Austin 

McKusick Alfred E., confectioner, 503 Main, boards 36 
McKusick Amasa A. (B. P. Clark & Co.), confectioner 

503 Main, h. 9 Lake View avenue [View av., 

McKusick El wood L., foreman, 503 Main, boards 9 Lake 
McKusick Leroy P. C, traveling salesman, 503 Main,, h. 

137 Washington 
.McLane Alexander, house 173 Elm 



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McLane Archibald, carpenter, house 110 Prospect 

McLane John, laborer, house 61 Brighton 

McLane John, laborer, house Sibley court 

McLane Nancy, widow of William, h. 63 Gore [Main 

McLaughlin Bernard A., blacksmith, b. 1, rear Fiske blk., 

McLaughlin Gilman, sawyer G. G. Page & Co., house at 

Somerville 
McLaughlin James, barrel dealer, h. 180 Hampshire 
McLaughlin James, cabinet maker Worcester Bros., house 

468 Cambridge 
McLaughlin John, house rear 16 Vine 
McLaughlin John, slater, house 27 Decatur [Sixth 

McLaughlin Joseph A., brushmaker (146 Oliver, B.), h. 99 
McLaughlin Mary, widow of John, house 4 Vine 
McLaughlin Michael, stone cutter, h. 6 Rogers blk., Main 
McLaughlin Michael T., Soldiers Home, h. 32 Warren 
McLaughlin Patrick, coachman, 335 Harvard, h. 194 Green 
McLaughlin Patrick H., machinist, house 94 Tremont 
McLaughlin Robert W., tow boat capt., h. 38 Sydney 
McLaughlin Thomas, laborer, h. 9 Porter, n. Warren 
McLaughlin Thomas F., house 16 Vine 
McLaughlin William, boards 4 Vine [Elm 

McLean Annie Miss, bookkeeper. 114 Webster av., b. 173 
McLean Charles, ice dealer, Drivers Union (Charlestown), 

boards 30 Second 
McLean Isaac, carpenter (32 Lancaster, B.), h. 5 Rice 
McLean John, laborer, house 178 Green 
McLean Sarah, dressmaker, 173 Elm, boards do. 
McLelland James P., boards 65 Cherry 
McLelland John, bookkeeper, house 65 Cherry 
McLennan Francis, student H. U., rooms 30 Mt. Auburn 
McLennan John, stone cutter, house 7 Maynard place 
McLennan, see Maclelland 
McLeod Archibald S., fish and oysters, 5 Brattle, house 

2 Symonds block, DeWolf 
McLeod John, granite polisher, house 12 Bath 
McLeod Matthew, machinist, house 65 Spring 
McLeod Samuel K., carpenter, h. 1 Putnam court 
McMahan Owen, laborer, boards 4 Water 
McMahan Patrick, laborer, house 8 Fifth 
McMahan Thomas, laborer, house 149 Franklin 
McMahon Edward, boarding-house, 4 Water 
McMahon Ellen, widow, house 4 Water 
McMahon John, molder, house Washington 
McMahon Thomas, carriage trimmer, h. 50 Holyoke 
McMahon Thomas, laborer, boards 23 Carson 
McMahon William F., carriage trimmer, bds. 50 Holyoke 
McMahon William H., hackm^h, house 45 Porter 
McMahon William H., jr., clerk Eastern Express Co. (166 

Devonshire, B.), bds. 45 Porter 



292 CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 

McManaman Charles, house 30 Willow place 
McMnnaman Charles, jr., painter, boards 30 Willow place 
McManaman James, carpenter, bds. 30 Willow place 
McMann Brian, porter U. R. Co., Harvard square, house 

8 Baldwin court 
McMann Eliza, widow of Thomas, house 14 Garden 
McMann James, laborer Brown & Nichols, h. 80 Brighton 
McMann James, laborer, house 176 Franklin 
McMann John, laborer, house 40 Washington 
McMann John, clerk, boards 3 T utile 
McMann John F., clerk, 5 Harvard row, bds. 3 Tuttle 
McMannis Felix, laborer N. E. Glass Co., house 99 Gore 
McManus Catharine, widow, house 118 Webster avenue 
McManus Frank, varnisher, boards 11 Conlon's court 
McManus James, brushmaker, bds. 118 Webster avenue 
McManus John, laborer, house 14 South 
McManus Terrance, junk collector, h. 11 Conlon's court 
McManus Thomas, laborer, boards 11 Conlon's court 
McMaster Charles, tailor, house 68 Second 
McMaugh Patrick, soapmaker, house 143 Winsor 
McMenimen Charles E. (Murray & McMeniraen), painter, 

101 %, Cambridge, boards 68 Winter [Winter 

McMenimen John E., machinist (65 High, B.), boards 68 
McMenimen William, laborer, house 68 Winter 
McMenimen Wm. H., porter (Causeway, B.), h. Ill Gore 
McMichael Winfield L., hairdresser, house 15 Pine 
McMullen Dominick, laborer, house 236 Franklin 
McMullins James, laborer, h. 14 Warren, n. Cambridge 
McMurray Michael, hostler, boards 3 Vine 
McMurray Peter, blacksmith A. J. Jones, house Brattle, 

corner Appian-way 
McNabb Angus, carpenter, house 143 Main 
McNabb Hector, laborer, house 77 Pearl 
McNabb John, butter maker, boards 77 Pearl 
McNall George, glassblower (Ct.), house rear 63 Gore 
McNall John, brushmaker, house 167 Winsor 
McNally Daniel, bootmaker, 43£ Cambridge, h. 10 Fifth 
McNally Honora, widow of Thomas, house 5 Second 
McNally Peter, bricklayer, house rear 62 Charles 
McNally Peter, glasscutter, house 39 Charles 
McNamara Arthur, woodturner, bds. Allston, cor. Bell ct. 
McNamara Daniel, laborer, boards 243 Cambridge 
McNamara James, teamster, house 85 Brookline 
McNamara John, laborer, house rear 16 Hayes court 
McNamara John, laborer, house 176 Franklin 
McNamara John, laborer, boards 243 Cambridge 
McNamara Malachi, laborer, house rear 9 Hamilton 
McNamara Mary, widow of William, house 5 Short 
McNamara Mary Mrs.,. house 41 Porter 



CAMBRIDGE [M] DIRECTORY. 293 

McNamara Matthias, woodturner, h. Allston, n. Waverly 
McNamara Michael, woodturner, h. Allston, n. Waverly 
McNamara Patrick, laborer, house 126 Brookline 
McNama»a Patrick, laborer, hduse 214 Franklin 
McNamara Thomas, laborer, house 132 Webster avenue 
McNamara Thomas, upholsterer (B.), house 5 Short 
McNamee Hugh, police, station 1, house 3 Athens 
McNamee James H., marble worker, bds. 18 Buckingham 
McNamee John, laborer, house rear 58 Winter 
McNamee John, Union Monumental Marble Works, Mt. 

Auburn, opp. Elm wood avenue, h. 18 Buckingham 
McNamee John J., slipper maker, boards 374 Main 
McNamee John H. H., bookbinder (11 Chardon, B.), 

boards 3 Athens 
McNamee J. Thomas, marble worker, b. 18 Buckingham 
McNamee Mary, wid. of John J., boarding house, 374 Main 
McNamee Robert, laborer, house rear 423 Cambridge 
McNamee Robert R., marble worker, b. 18 Buckingham 
McNaughton Anthony, wheelwright, house 69 Allston 
McNaughton Daniel, machinist, house 69 Allston 
McNeil Angus, carpenter, house 7 McCabe 
McNeil James, laborer, house 35 School 
McNeil John, tailor, house 119 Harvard 
McNeill James, carpenter, house 70 Spruce 
McNinch Robert W. (Cummings, Kenney & Co.), lum- 
ber, Bridge, opp. Prison Point bridge, h. 64 Thorndike 
McNinch Samuel, bookkeeper Cummings, Kenney & Co., 

Bridge, opp. Prison Point bridge, boards at Boston 
McNott Mary, widow of William, house 23 Vine 
McNulty Catherine, widow, house 34 Willow place 
McNulty Hugh, laborer, h. Garden court, last on left 
McNulty Mary, widow of William, boards 8 Gore 
McNulty Michael (Navy yard, Chas'n), bds. 96 Spring 
McNulty Patrick, boards 34 Willow place 
McNulty Rose Miss, house 96 Spring 
McPeak Patrick, house 64 Charles 
McPeck John, laborer, boards 159 Prospect 
McPeck Neal, saloon, 161 Prospect, house 159 do. 
McPhail Alice M. Mrs., Divinity boarding house, foot 

Divinity avenue, house do. 
McPhail Colen A., carpenter, boards 5 Rice 
McPhail Paul, at John Wilson & Son's, b. 27 Mt. Auburn 
McPherson Ewen R., flour (204 State, B.), h. 64 Chestnut* 
McPherson George, house 63 Chestnut [Chestnut 

McPherson George R., case maker M. & H. O. Co., h. 61 
McPherson John, clerk (204 State, B.), house 15 Tufts 
McQuade Henry W., varnisher M. & H. O. Co., house 

155 Winsor 
McQuade James, laborer, house 51 Vine 



294 CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 

McQuade Owen organ maker, bds. rear 382 Cambridge 
McQuade Patrick, laborer, bouse rear 382 Cambridge 
McQuade Patrick, laborer, house 431 Cambridge 
McQualters Wm., coffin maker, 203 Bridge, h. at^has'n 
McQuigin Patrick, laborer, house New 
McQuillan Thomas, carver, house 4 Decatur 
McQuirk Jeremiah, laborer, house 45 Cedar 
McRae John, seaman, house 3 Pettengill's court 
McRae Kenneth, currier, house 54 Cedar 
McReady Daniel, hostler, 120 Green 
McShane Patrick, night watchman Revere Sugar Refin- 
ery, house at Somerville 
McSorley Archie, carpenter, house 564 Main 
McSorley Bridget, widow of James, boards 8 Fourth 
McSorley James P., clerk, 165 Bridge, bds. 8 Stevens ct. 
McSorley John, laborer, house 8 Fourth 
McSorley John, laborer, house rear 31 Charles 
McSorley John, contractor, house 62 Spring 
McSorley John E., boards 62 Spring 
McSorley Peter, laborer A. K. Lissberger, h. 27 Third 
McSorley Thomas, teamster, house 8 Stevens court 
McSwain Samuel, carpenter, house 4 Gordon place 
McSweeney Patrick, laborer, house 107 Spruce 
McSweeney, see Sweeney 

McTague Peter, marble rubber, house rear 9 Winter 
McTague Thomas, marble rubber, boards rear 9 Winter 
McVane Silas Marcus, tutor H. U., house 12 Remington 
McVay John, potteiy, 9 Harvey, house 11 do. [ford 

Mead A. Eugene, clerk (4 Globe market, B.), h. 17 West- 
Mead Charles C, printer (223 Washington, B.), h. 322 
Harvard [h. 141 Cambridge 

Mead Chas. W., clerk Boston Ice Co., Prison Point road, 
Mead Charles W., gold pen mnfr., boards 32fi Harvard 
Mead John F., builder, house 1 Jay 
Mead John H., mat maker, house rear 128 Brookline 
Mead Julian A., student H. U., rooms 13 Matthews hall 
Mead Thomas, laborer, house 79 Bolton 
Mead Walton V., finisher, 624 Main, house at Hingham 
Meade John W., machinist, 368 Main, house 85 Elm 
Meader Charles E., medical student, bds. 240 Broadway 
Meader Frank, cabinet maker, house 105 Fourth 
Meader Joshua, machinist, house 240 Broadway 
Meagher John, blacksmith, house 56K Cedar 
Meagher Patrick, laborer, house 200 Dublin 
Meagher Thomas, grqcer, 32 Vine, house 30 do. 
Meagher William H., driver, boards 23 Hancock 
Meaney Jeremiah, laborer, h. Warren, near Cambridge 
Mechanics Hotel, 4 and 5 Cedar sq., J. J. Spillane, prop. 
Meduro Frank, house 67 Washington 



• CAMBRIDGE [M] DIRECTORY. 295 

Meech John Henry, plumber, house 2 Bristol 
Meehan Thomas, cabinet maker, house rear 119 Gore 
Meek Aroline B., teacher Washington grammar school, 

boards 125 Mt. Auburn 
Megaor James, fireman gas house, house 13 Maynard 
Megroth Charles, carpenter, boards rear 365 Harvard 
Megroth Wm. N., piano action maker, house 93>£ Green 
Meharg Joseph, peddler, house 132 Pleasant 
Mehegan Ellen, widow of John, house 112 Third 
Mehegan Robert J., laborer (Washington, B.), bds. 112 

Third 
Melcher Daniel R., organ maker, 624 Main, h. 27 Pleasant 
Melcher John S., student H. U., rooms 59 Thayer hall 
Melledge James H., student H. U., house 335 Harvard 
Melledge James P., merchant (40 India wharf, B.), house 

335 Harvard 
Melledge Mary Miss, house 335 Harvard 
Melledge Robert J., house 335 Harvard 
Mellen James, jr. (Curtis Davis & Co.), soap mnfr., 188 

to 194 Broadway and (21 Merchants row, B.), house 

31 Essex 
Mellen Mary Miss, dressmaker, house 25 Bow 
Mellen Michael, pressman Riverside Press, bds. 25 Bow 
Mellen Thomas, glass maker, house 198 Norfolk 
Melley Arthur, laborer, house 121 Pleasant 
Melley Michael, paver, boards 391 Main [Garden 

Melley Patrick, laborer, h. Garden court, bet. Dublin and 
Melley Patrick, soap maker, boards 11 Hamilton 
Melley, see Malley 

Meloney William B., painter, house 133 Spring 
Meloon Hopkins H., bookkeeper (19 Blackstone, B.), h. 

67 Third 
Meloon Servia, widow of David C, house 67 Third 
Meloon William H., clerk, 168 Gore, house at Somerville 
Melonson Amelia D. Miss, dressmaker, h. 69)^ Mt. Auburn 
Melville Edward, cook, 122 Cambridge, house 1 Sixth 
Melville Wm. H., asst. in mineralogy and proctor H. U., 

rooms 17 College house [40 Reed 

Melvin Augustus W., engineer Bay State Brick Co., h. 
Melvin John, laborer, house 26 Charles River 
Melvin Lydia, widow, house rear 52 Pine 
Menard George, carpenter, boards 583^ Cambridge 
Menard John H., stair builder, 188 Cambridge, house 28 

Eighth 
Menix John, laborer, house 7 Foster's block 
Menix Murthy, cabinet maker, boards 147 Main 
Menix Patrick, laborer, house 147 Main 
Mercer Henry C, student H. U., rooms 42 Brattle 
Mercer William L., broker (50 School, B.), h. 78 Inman 



296 CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 

Mercur Jas. Watts, student H. IT.,, rms. 38 Matthews hall 
Meriam Emeline, widow of William, house 11 Clinton 
Merriara Albert Mrs., house 369 Cambridge 
Merriam Joseph, broom maker, boards 402 Main 
Merriam William A., tailor (112 Washington, B.), house 

212£ North avenue [106 Inman 

Merrick Ellen Miss, teacher Harvard grammar school, b. 
Merrick Frank W., student H. IT., rms. 11 Stoughton hall 
Merrick Frederick, laborer, house 55 Washington 
Merrick Fred. H., laborer, house 51 Hastings 
Merrick Richard, laborer, h. Rolling Mill block, Bristol 
Merrifield Otis E., clerk 6 Brattle, house at Brighton 
Merrifield Walter L., expressman, house 385 North av. 
Merrill Alonzo B., collector and auctioneer (235 Wash- 
ington, B.), h. 3 Charles River, near Mt. Auburn 
Merrill Charles H. Mrs., music teacher, boards 49 Dana 
Merrill Charles S., machinist, house rear 107 Spring 
Merrill David G., foreman G. G. Page & Co., house 210 

Broadway 
Merrill Edward R., student H. IT., boards at Somerville 
Merrill Eugene E., jeweler, boards 210 Broadway - 
Merrill Fred D., organ maker, 624 Main, h. at VVoburn 
Merrill George, timekeeper IT. R. Co., bds. 11 Sydney 
Merrill George Edward, entry clerk (38 Avon, B.), boards 

17 Ellsworth av. [h. 65 Dana 

Merrill George S., boots and shoes (469 Washington, B.), 
Merrill George W., student H. IT., rooms 858 Main 
Merrill Herbert S., paper bag mnfr. (178 Commercial, B.), 

house Russell, corner Orchard 
Merrill Horace A., carpenter, house 24 Rice 
Merrill John W. Mrs., house 15 Cherry 
Merrill Joseph F., printer, house 225 Broadway, room 2 
Merrill J. Warren, treas. (77 State, B.), h. 400 Broadway 
Merrill Louis B., sawyer, boards 210 Broadway 
Merrill Lorenzo, foreman J. P. Squire & Co., house 132 

Cambridge [Mt. Auburn 

Merrill Milton L., cloth finisher University Press rms. 68 
Merrill Susan E. Miss, teacher Harvard grammar school, 

boards at Boston 
Merrill T. Watson (77 State, B.), house 400 Broadway 
Merrill Walter A., sawyer G. G. Page & Co., house 71 

Washington 
Merrill William, wheelwright, house Norris, next Cedar 
Merrin Hannah, widow, house 148 Green 
Merritt Edgar A., mason, boards 51 Winsor 
Merritt Elisha L., mason, house 51 Winsor 
Merritt John Mrs., boarding-house, 42 Second 
Merritt Martin N., clerk, bds. 51 Winsor 
Merton Arthur, physician, 516 Main, h. do. [bridge 

Messer Chas. A., engineer B. L. & N. R. R., b. 58^Cam- 



CAMBRIDGE [J{] DIRECTORY. 297 

Messer Charles W., teamster, house 95 Webster avenue 
Messer Dan Y., salesman (207 State, B.), h. 114 North av. 
Messer Daniel E. (D. E. Messer & Bro.), grocer, 159 Har- 
vard, h. 53 Winsor [grocers, 159 Harvard 
Messer D. E. & Bro. (Daniel E. and^Gorham B. Messer), 
Messer Eliza J. Mrs., house 114 North avenue 
Messer Gorham B. (D. E. Messer & Brother), grocer, 159 

Harvard, boards 140 do. 
Messer Lucy, widow of Willard, house 28 Shepard 
Messer Stillman, house 140 Harvard 

Messer William A., furniture mover, house 94 Webster av. 
Messervy George P., student H. U., rms. 14 Weld hall 
Mestler Edward A., clerk, 578 Main, house 37 Pearl 
Meatier Louisa, widow of Martin, house 37 Pearl 
Metcalf Charles C, printer Boston Transcript (Washing- 
ton, B.), house 2 Sydney 
Metcalf Chas. H., student Harvard College Observatory, 
boards 23 Divinity hall [ston ct. 

Metcalf Greenleaf W., musician and fly finisher, h. 1 All- 
Metcalf Louisa C. Miss, house 154 Mt. Auburn 
Metcalf Nancy 0., widow of Chas. R., h. 154 Mt. Auburn 
Metcalf Willard, carpenter, house 1 Allston court 
Metcalf Willard L., artist, boards 1 Allston court 
Metheu Alphonso, house 100 Tremont 
Metzger Andrew, milkman, house 15 Seventh 
Metzger Charles, milkman, boards 10 Seventh 
Metzger Elizabeth, widow of Andrew, house 10 Seventh 
Metzger Joseph, music recorder, and saloon, 200 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Meyer Geo. Von L., student H. XL, rms. 35 Beck hall 
Meyers John, varnisher M. & H. O. Co., h. 65 Gore 
Michelin Francis, lithographer Riverside Press, house 5 

Lawrence 
Mickell Thomas, house 14 Craigie 

Middleback Casper, currier M. Kuebler, b. 440 North av. 
Middleby Joseph, bakers supplies (65 Haverhill B.), h. 
Brattle, c. Lake View av. [Middleby's Brattle 

Middleby J. Henry, clerk (65 Haverhill, B.), boards J. 
Miethke Herman, organ varnisher, 624 Main, h. 8 Cherry 
Mifflin George H. (H. O. Houghton & Co.), Riverside 
Press, house at Boston [Main 

Mihan Patrick, engineer of heating ventilating, house 479 
Miles Dennis W., harness maker, bds. 60 Broadway 
Miles Edmund, foreman composing room J. yVilson & 

Son, house 4 Charles River 
Miles Elizabeth, widow of Edward, house 60 Broadway 
Miles Fernando, foreman River street stable U. R. Co., 
h. 91 Putnam av. [Revere 

Miler Frank H., stereotyper, J. Wilson & Son, house 9 



298 CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 

Miles John, paper hanger, house 63 Spring 
Miles Jonas M., student H. U., rooms 13 Matthews hall 
Miles Richard J., brassfinisher, boards 60 Broadway- 
Miles Win. S., wood engraver, bds. 4 Charles River 
Millan Alexander (Millan & Snow), ;fish and oysters, 17 

Brattle, honse 12 DeWolf 
Millan Horace E., clerk 17 Brattle, bds. 12 DeWolf 
Millan & Snow (Alexander Millan and James H. Snow), 

fish and oyster dealers, 17 Brattle 
Millard Edward, student H. U., bds. 94 Oxford 
Millard William, tinsmith (79 North, B.), h. 46 Pearl 
Millen Win. J., harness maker (Sudbury, B.), house 105 

Allston 
Miller Andrew, student H. U., rooms 24 Little's block 
Miller Charles, cabinetmaker, house 62 Harvard 
•Miller Charles, real estate, house 94 Auburn 
Miller Charles, jr., upholsterer, boards 62 Harvard 
Miller Claborn C, laborer, house rear 33 Hastings 
Miller Daniel, carpenter, house 3 Emmons place 
Miller David, house 450 Broadway- 
Miller Ellen, widow of George, house 14 Garden 
Miller Ellis F., undertakers materials (19 Washington, 

B.), house 13 Roseland 
Miller George H., watchmaker, 6 Pearl blk., h. do. [hall 
Miller George Norton, student H. U., rata. 14 Hoi worthy 
Miller George S., student H. U., rooms 26 Matthews hall 
Miller Ingrain B., carpenter Brown & Nichols, boards 7 

Charles River [Richdale av. 

Miller James, policeman, station 5, bds. Cyrus Peaslee's, 
Miller James H., blacksmith, house 18 Upton [Upton 
Miller John, foreman Cambridge Water Works, house 20 
Miller John, varnisher, boards 68 Vine 
Miller John Albert, peddler, house 68 Spring 
Miller Magdalene, widow, house 68 Vine 
Miller Maria M. Miss, school teacher, house 94 Auburn 
Miller Stuart C, produce (104 F. H. Market, B.), house 

49 Norfolk 
Miller Wm. G., foreman, house 9 Franklin 
Miller Win. G., steel-plate printer Riverside Press, house 

at Woburn [B.) 5 h. 77 Spring 

Miller Wm. H., bookkeeper (Harvard, cor. Washington, 
Miller Wm. M., steel-plate printer Riverside Press, house 

at Woburn 
Miller William S., student H. U., rms. 14 Holworthy hall 
Millett Geo. W., printer Riverside Press, h. 83£ Putnam av 
Milligan Daniel H., shoemaker, 36 Fifth, h. 159 Norfolk 
Milligan Jas., tailor (Jacobs & Deane, B.), h. 4 Worcester 
Milligan James, jr., tailor, boards 4 Worcester 
Milligan John D., dentist, 547 Main, boards 4 Worcester 



CAMBRIDGE [J{] DIRECTORY. 299 

Milligan William, dentist, 547 Main, boards 4 Worcester 
Milliken Jas. S., express, 12 Brattle and (26 Devonshire, 
B.), h. 8 Mt. Auburn [r. 114 Broadway 

Millraore PatricVhostler U. R. Co., h. 2 Hannum's block, 
Mills Albert L., student H. U., rooms 29 Weld hall 
Mills Ashley P., shoe manufacturer (Washington, B.), 
house rear 67 Prospect [White 

Mills Benjamin F., salesman (Washington, B.), boards 5' 
Mills Benj. F., clerk (304 Washington, B.), b. 64 Winter 
Mills Chas., at H. Ball's office, Court House [Winter 

Mills Charles H., wood engraver (2 Alden ct., B.),bds. 64 
Mills David S., hatter (377 Washington,B.), h. 72 Inman 
Mills Eliza, widow of William, house 14 Seventh 
Mills James, hair dresser (122 Cambridge aud 82 Water, 

B.), house 45 Winsor 
Mills James H., boards Win. Mills', Holmes place 
Mills James H., cabinetmaker, house 64 Winter 
Mills James H., jr., cane chair seater, boards 64 Winter 
Mills John, laborer, house 6 Second street court 
Mills Julia, widow of Jarvis, house 57 Harvard 
Mills Ogden, student H. U., rooms 48 Brattle 
Mills William, carpenter, house 189 Mount Auburn 
Mills William, house Holmes place 

Milne Robert Mrs., house 13 Wendell [Wendell 

Milne Robert W., clerk (197 Devonshire, B.), house 13 
Milton Henry, junk collector, house 171 Norfolk 
Minard Althene S., widow of George, dressmaker, 623 

Main, house do. 
Minden Joseph, cigar maker, house 5 Watson 
Mindig Jane, widow of Philip, h. Portland, n. Hastings 
Minehan Patrick, house rear 6 North 
Miner Elizabeth C, widow of Geo. W., h. 140 Harvard 
Miner Henry A., clerk, 161 Cambridge, boards 98 Otis 
Minot Elizabeth, widow of George, house 38 Concord av. 
Minot Francis, Hersey professor of the theory and prac- 
tice of physic H. U., house at Boston 
Minot Henry D., student H. U., rooms 4 Garden 
Mirick Augusta G. Mrs., teacher Putnam grammar school, 
house 139 Thorndike [Amory 

Misener John A., wood worker M. & H. Organ Co., h. 18 
Mitchell Alex. T., clerk, 182 Cambridge, b. at Somerville 
Mitchell Elizabeth Mrs., house 60 Hastings 
Mitchell Elizabeth H., widow, house 3 Plymouth 
Mitchell Frederick C, planer, boards 3 Plymouth 
Mitchell George L., constable, house 113 Thorndike 
Mitchell Harriet E., widow of Nathl., house 5 King place 
Mitchell Henry A., house 28 Front [house 

Mitchell James Wm , student H. U., rooms 23 Holyoke 
Mitchell John K., student H. U., rooms 58 Thayer hall 



300 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

Mitchell John S., student H. U., boards 648 Cambridge 
Mitchell Joseph Frank, stereotype!* Riverside Press, house 
111 Pearl [Somerville 

Mitchell Lorenzo D., sawyer G. G. Page & Co., house at 
Mitchell Lottie E. Miss, teacher Gannett primary school, 

boards 3 Plymouth 
Mitchell Mary, widow of John, house 8 Hastings 
Mitchell Thomas, grocer, Green, cor. Hancock, house do. 
Mitchell Thomas, machinist, house 648 Cambridge 
Mitchell William, harness maker, Cambridge, junction 

Bridge, house 116 Winsor 
Mitchell Wm. H., clerk, 123 Harvard, boards 3 Plymouth 
Mitchell William R., molder, 368 Main, house 180 Green 
Mitchem George S., engineer B. L. & N. R. R., house 62 

Cambridge 
Mitchem Sylvanus, engineer B. & L. R. R., house 28 East 
Mitiver Leopold, laborer, house 111 Spruce 
Mitiver Noer, grocer, 113 Spruce, house do. [Inman 

Mitton Edward J., salesman (450 Washington, B.j, h. 93 
Moderia Monroe, house 31 Cambridge 
Modest Evan, porter, house 111 Columbia 
Moellers George G., machinist, house 32 Brookline 
Moeser Philip, cigar maker, house 20 Hastings 
Moffatt George T., professor of operative dentistry H. U., 

house at Boston 
Moffatt Patrick, laborer, boards 329 Main 
Moffatt Richardson, house 10 Pearl, cor. Green 
Moffatt William, iron melter, 368 Main, house 9 Rogers 

block, Main [B.), h. 45 Cambridge 

Molinari Anton, surgical instrument maker (15 Tremont 
Moller Axel, clerk (99 Broad, B.), house 6 Prospect 
Moller Christian B. (Moller & Co.), provisions, 403 Main, 

house 17 State 
Moller Helger Mrs., dressmaker, house 6 Prospect 
Moller & Co. (Christian B. Moller and Charles Olson,) 

provisions 403 Main and 157 Harvard 
Moloney Daniel, tin plate and sheet iron worker, Otis, 

corner Eighth, house do. [432 Broadway 

Moloney William A., printer, University Press, house 
Monaghan Bridget Miss, house 8 Fifth 
Monagle Margaret, widow of Neal, house 25 Bow 
Monahan Daniel, laborer, boards 10 East 
Monahan Henry, laborer, boards 103 Brookline 
Monahan John, laborer, h. Montgomery, 2d from Harvey 
Monahan Patrick, currier, house Harvey, 2d from Mont- 
gomery 
Monblo Francis T. N., stoves, 188 Cambridge, h. 87 Vine. 
Money August, carpenter, house 49 Dublin, cor. Walden, 
Monroe Amos, house 63 Auburn 



CAMBRIDGE [$[] DIRECTORY. 301 

Monroe Charles W., house Sacramento place, 2d on left 
Monroe Harriet B. Miss, copyist Court House, boards at 

Boston 
Monroe John, carpenter, boards 33 Cambridge 
Monroe William I., student H. U\, rooms 1 Weld hall 
Monroe, see Monro, also Munro and Munroe 
Monsarrat James M., law student H. XL, rooms 713 Cam- 
bridge [B.), h. 7 Grant 
Montague Alfred, passepartout maker (338 Washington, 
Montague Charles H., treasurer, Boston Star Collar Co., 

206 Hampshire, house 770 Main 
Montague Charles H., jr., boards 770 Main 
Montague Henry W., student H. U., rras. 40 Thayer hall 
Montague Samuel L., Mayor, office City Hall, and pres- 
ident Boston Star Collar Co., 206 Hampshire, also 
com. mer. (290 Atlantic av., B.), house 26 Fayette 
Montague Sarah A. Mrs., fancy goods, Inman square, 536 

Cambridge, house 26. Fayette 
Monte Louis, tinsmith, house 87 Main 
Monte Louis, jr., brass finisher, house 65 Pearl 
Montgomery Alexander, engineer William M tiller, house 

Lexington avenue, 1st from North avenue 
Montgomery Andrew, slater, house 1 Pelham 
Montgomery Charles S., real estate agent (284 Harrison 

avenue, Boston), house 224 Putnam avenue 
Montgomery Edward, sawyer, M. & H. O. Co., boards 12 

Rogers block, Main 
Montgomery George, lamplighter, house 40 Hampshire 
Montgomery Marcus, at M. & H. O. Co., boards 12 Rogers 
block, Main [Main 

Montgomery Robert A., printer, house 11 Rogers block, 
Montgomery Thomas, lamp lighter, E. C, h. 93 Third 
Montgomery William H., express, 568 Main, h. 534 do. 
Montgomery William J., coal and wood, 4 Lopez, boards 

534 Main 
Moody Andrew A., student H. U., rooms 26 Brattle sq. 
Moody B. Appleton, engineer, house 1183^ Auburn 
Moody Charles E., grocer (75 Com'], B), bds. 26 Lee 
Moody Charles E., teamster, h. Squire's brick blk., Gore 
Moody John H., Boston Daily Globe (238 Washington, 

B.), house 349 Broadway 
Moody Thomas, boards 60 Brattle 
Moody William, carpenter, house 23 Lopez 
Mooney Amanda M. Mrs., dressmaker, 33 Holyoke, h. do. 
Mooney Bernard, laborer, house 23 McCabe 
Mooney Daniel, house 107 Tremont 
Mooney Edward, teamster and cooper, bds. 74 Cambridge 
Mooney Frank S., cutter, boards 471 Main 
Mooney George F., boiler maker, 92 Main, house 100 do. 



302 CAMBRIDGE [JQ DIRECTORY. 

Mooney Helen M. Mrs., boarding house 12 Dunster 

Mooney James, house Rolling Mill block, Bristol 

Mooney John, laborer, house 6 Hastings 

Mooney John E., boarding-house, 5 Linden 

Mooney John M. (Mooney & Kane), boots and shoes, 177 

Cambridge, boards 42 Spring 
Mooney Michael, laborer, house 6 Hastings 
Mooney Patrick, brass worker, house 6 Hastings 
Mooney William, tinsmith, house 171 Norfolk 
Mooney William H., clerk, house 471 Main 
Mooney William J. Mrs., house 183 Columbia 
Mooney & Kane (John M. Mooney and Michael Kane), 

boots and shoes, 177 Cambridge 
Moor C. R. Rev., house 721 Main 

Moor James C, grocer, 192 Cambridge, boards 141 Otis 
Moor, see Moors 

Moore Alexander, laborer, house 3 Moore 
Moore Alfred, porter, house rear 133 Columbia 
Moore Arthur, carriage maker Henderson Brothers, 

boards 2 Russell, corner North avenue 
Moore Brothers (Ephraim M. and Joseph W. Moore) pro- 
visions, 432 Cambridge 
Moore Charles (Charles Moore & Co.), hardware, etc., 8 

Brattle, house Langdon, near North avenue 
Moore Charles, hostler U. R. Co., h. Harvey, cor. Jackson 
Moore Charles, student H. U., rooms 10 Weld hall 
Moore Charles H., instructor in free hand drawing and 

water colors H. U., house 19 Oxford 
Moore Charles W. Mrs., house 84 Prospect 
Moore Charles & Co. (Charles and Edward R. Moore), 

stove and hardware dealers, 8 Brattle 
Moore Clarence A., confectioner, 503 Main, boards City 

building, Central square 
Moore Cyrus J., caterer, house 36 Hastings 
Moore Edmond, baker, 502 Main, house 159 Franklin 
Moore Edward C, student H. U., rooms 410 Harvard 
Moore Edward R. (Charles Moore & Co, stoves and 

hardware, 8 Brattle, house 24 Mellen 
Moore Edwin, hairdresser, 3 Broadway, house at Boston 
Moore Edwin G., bookkeeper (9 High, B.), h. 29 Inman 
Moore Ellen, widow of William, house 19 Brewery 
Moore Ephraim Marshall (Moore Bros.), provisions, 432 

Cambridge and (147 Leverett, B.), house 432)£ 

Cambridge 
Moore George, laborer, house 3 Baldwin's block, Main 
Moore George A., architect (69 Court, B.), boards 132 

Mt. Auburn [bridge, b. 22 Sixth 

Moore George H. (Lenfest & Moore), printer, 68 Cam- 
Moore Hannah E. Miss, house 47 Magazine 



CAMBEIDGE '[Jj[] DIRECTORY. 303 

Moore James, laborer, house 31 Carson 

Moore James, grease collector, house 3 Essex court 

Moore Jane, widow of Nicholas, house 20 Farwell place 

Moore John, laborer, house 98 Spruce 

Moore John, steward (Mass. Gen. Hospital Blossom, 

B.), house 6£ Cherry 
Moore Joseph W. (Moore Brothers), provisions, 432 Cam- 
bridge and (147 Leverett), B.), house 436 Cambridge 
Moore Margaret A., nurse, boards 229 Broadway 
Moore Martha Mrs., nurse, house 12 Norfolk 
Moore Matthew R., policeman, house 22 Sixth 
Moore Nancy Mrs., house 11 Jay 
Moore Nelson N., bar keeper, house 57 Pleasant 
Moore Perley D., leather dealer (98 High, B.), h. 6 River 
Moore Richard M., freight conductor B. & L. R. R., house 

91 Fourth 
Moore Samuel, laborer, house 51 Hastings 
Moore Sarah Miss, at 23 Brattle, h. 22 Farwell place 
Moore Seth, at B. & L. R. R. depot (Causeway, B.), bds. 

91 Fourth [Charlestown 

Moore Thomas, teamster W. H. Hartwell, boards at 
Moore Thomas Wilson, laborer, house Richdale avenue, 

near Raymond 
Moore William C, carpenter, h. 3 Rogers block, Main 
Moore William C, painter, house 6 Daye court 
Moore William S., hostler, house rear 421 Cambridge 
Moorehead David, butter maker, boards 11 Valentine 
Moorehead David, soapmaker, house 10 Valentine 
Moorehouse Daniel, pressman Riverside Press, rooms 9 

Fairmont avenue 
Moors Arthur W., student H. IT., rms. 7 Holworthy hall 
Moors Benjamin F., conductor IJ. R. Co., boards David 

P. Burley's, Cambridge, corner Baldwin 
Mora Frank, carpenter, house 28 Baldwin 
Moran Albert, marble cutter, 53 Main, house at Boston 
Moran Catherine, widow of Michael, h. 236 Cambridge 
Moran Charles P., furniture, 238 Cambridge, bds. 236 do. 
Moran Daniel J., laborer, boards 76 Pearl 
Moran Daniel J., brass finisher, boards 16 East 
Moran Edward, horse shoer, boards 8 Davis 
Moran Ellen, widow, house Third 
Moran James A., boards 236 Cambridge 
Moran John, laborer J. P. Squire & Co., and boarding 

house, rear 164 Gore 
Moran John, hen dealer, house Clay, next Harvey 
Moran John, tailor, 49 Cambridge, house 16 East 
Moran Marcella, widow of James, house rear 152 Bridge 
Moran Martin, hen dealer, house Clay, next Harvey 
Moran Mary, widow of Thomas, house 55 Charles 



304 CAMBRIDGE [M] DIRECTORY. 

Moran Mary, widow, house Clay, next Harvey 
Moran Mary, widow of William F., house 9 South 
Moran Michael, soap boiler, house 76 Pearl [Bridge 

Moran Patrick, marble cutter (Haverhill, B.), h. rear 152 
Moran Thomas, hen dealer, house Clay, next Harvey 
Moran Thomas, laborer, house 158 Green 
Moran Thomas, laborer, house 104 Sparks 
Moran Thomas S., boards 236 Cambridge 
Morandi Alexander, carpenter, 203 Bridge, h. 47 Gore 
Morandus John O., hairdresser (Somerville), h. 56 Cedar 
Morawetz Victor, law student H. XL, rooms 33 Bow 
Morden Charles B., printer University Press, rooms 854J 
Main [at Allston 

Morel and Fred A., clerk F. E. Saunders, Harvard sq., bds. 
Moreland Henry A., stereotyper J. Wilson & Son, boards 
at Allston [ton 

Moreland John H., printer John Wilson & Son, h. at Alls- 
Morey Elisha W., oil finisher, boards City bldg., Central 

square 
Morey Philemon, traveling agent, house 171 Harvard 
Morgan Alfred, pictures and picture frames, 906 Main, 

rooms 5 Linden 
Morgan Charles, student H. IT., rooms 1 Holyoke 
Morgan Daniel, cooper, rooms 56 Sydney 
Morgan Emma, widow of William, h. 104 Webster av. 
Morgan George F., conveyancer Court House, East Cam- 
bridge, boards at Arlington [Auburn 
Morgan George M., clerk (118 J£ Milk, B.), bds. 127 Mt." 
Morgan Harriet Mrs., house 127 Mount Auburn 
Morgan Henry, blacksmith helper, house 14 Warren 
Morgan Hicky H., student H. U"., rooms 20 Matthews hall 
Morgan John, laborer, 16 Gerry, boards do. 
Morgan Morris H., student H. IT., bds 38 Arlington 

[organ M. B. Mrs., house 38 Arlington 
Morgan William, laborer, h. 104 Webster av. [Cambridge 
Morgan William H., salesman (147 Summer, B.), h. 163 
Moriarty Charles, painter, h. 452 Broadway [hall 

Moriarty Daniel Webster, student H. U., rms. 23 Hollis 
Moriarty Henry M., action maker M. & H. Organ Co., h. 

at Boston 
Moriarty Mary, widow, house 452 Broadway [South 

Moriarty Patrick H., shoemaker, 11 Brattle sq., boards 10 
Moring Anna L. Mrs., house 12 Quincy 
Moring Charles F., house 12 Quincy 

Morison John Holmes, student H. TJ., rms. 30 Mt. Auburn 
Morison Sanford, student H. IT., rooms 20 Stoughton hall 
Morley Jeremiah, hostler, house 22 Hunting 
Morley Thomas, painter, foot Holyoke, h. 717 Cambridge 
Moroney Mary, widow, house 154 Green 



CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 305 

Morong Walter W., student H. U., brls. 14 Matthews hall 
Morrill Alfred (Morrill & Allen), steam engines, 356 

Main, boards 10 Village 
Morrill Alzada Miss, music teacher, boards 12 Village 
Morrill Daniel K., wheelwright/house 12 Village 
Morrill Dexter J., driver F. W. Pierce's express 
Morrill Elizabeth, widow of Charles, house 1 Sceva place 
Morrill Leonard, house 35 Front 

Morrill Lucius B., clerk, 15 Second, bds. No. Weare, N. H. 
Morrill William F., lawyer (33 School, B.), h. 209 Harvard 
Morrill & Allen (Alfred Morrill and Albert F. Allen), 
steam engines, etc., 356 Main [ton 

Morris Emery T., druggist (107 Milk, B.), h. 41 Washing- 
Morris Henry Mrs., house 180 Hampshire 
Morris John, baker, house Bristol, near Webster avenue 
Morris John Galvin, student M. XL, boards at So. Boston 
Morris John T. (107 Milk, B.), house 41 Washington 
Morris Mary A., widow of James E., house 12 Warren 
Morris Mary J., widow of Win. R., dressmaker, house 41 

Washington 
Morris Thomas, brass molder, 368 Main, boards Bristol 
Morrison Charlotte G. Miss, house 276 Harvard [Sands 
Morrison Daniel W., expressman (28 Court, B.), bds. 16 
Morrison Edward, clerk, boards 9 Felton 
Morrison Harland P., butter and cheese (14 F. H. mar- 
ket, B.), house 18 Avon [h. 57 Sixth 
Morrison Hugh H., entry clerk (Allen, cor. Brighton, B.), 
Morrison James, grocer (41 Portland, B.), h. 18 Avon 
Morrison Wm. A., shoe findings (57 High, B.), h. 9 Felton 
Morrissey Andrew, brick layer, boards 119 Spring 
Morrissey Elizabeth, widow of John S., house 174 Gore 
Morrissey George A., hostler,- house 193 Broadway 
Morrissey John, compositor, boards 13 Hamilton 
Morrissey John, house 77 Spruce 
Morrissey John, peddler, house rear 21 Carson 
Morrissey Mary Mrs., house 122 Broadway 
Morrissey Michael, laborer, house 77 Spruce 
Morrissey Sarah C, widow of Thomas, boards 174 Gore 
Morse Asa P., shook mnfr. (22 Broad, B.), h. 81 Magazine 
Morse Chas. E., book binder Riverside Press, h. 24 Prince 
Morse Charles H., produce (9 and 11 John, B.), house 

345 Broadway 
Morse Cyrus B., boards 17 DeWolf [Watson 

Morse Cyrus E., book binder Riverside Press, boards 20 
Morse Edward H., carriage painter Henderson Bros., h*. 

at Chelsea 
Morse Edward I., student H. U., rooms 20 Holyoke 
Morse Edward L., student H. IT., rooms 52 Weld hall 
Morse Edwin T., drug clerk, 152 Harvard, h. at Somerville 
20 



306 CAMBRIDGE [}[] DIRECTORY. 

Morse Edwin Wilson, student H. U., rooms 30 Matthews 

hall [Holmes place 

Morse Francis A., carriage trimmer U. R. Co., boards 12 
Morse Frank B., clerk treasurer's office So. Boston R. R., 

boards 371 Harvard 
Morse Geo., farm supt. City Almshouse, Tannery, bds. do. 
Morse George, harness maker, house 3 Appian-way 
Morse Geo. A., harness maker, Palmer, h. 12 Holmes pi. 
Morse George E., house 99 Auburn 

Morse George F., student H. IT., rooms 36 Matthews hall 
Morse Henry L., salesman (42 Summer, B.), h. 75 North 

avenue 
Morse Herbert F. W., student H. IT., rooms 36 North av. 
Morse Horace A., driver Sawin's Express, house 4 Shep- 
herd's block, Charles Kiver [h. 371 Harvard 
Morse Isaac S., attorney (room 19, Old State House, B.), 
Morse Jacob C, student H. IT., rooms 23 Gray's hall 
Morse James B., policeman, station 1, house 17 De Wolf 
Morse James D., paper ruler, house 6 Brookline 
Morse James D., diary maker, boards 465 Main 
Morse James R., physician, boards 229 North avenue 
Morse John T. (Stedman & Morse), metal string mnfr., 

384 Main, house 168 Harvard [Auburn 

Morse Kate E., widow of F. EL, music teacher, h. 154 Mt. 
Morse Kendall, foreman, 70 Norfolk, house 31 Decatur 
Morse Lucinda, widow of Bernard, house 187 Hampshire 
Morse Peter, brick maker, h. Walden, between Garden 

and Dublin 
Morse Philip S., student H. IT., rooms 53 Matthews hall 
Morse Timothy D., umbrella maker (65 Court, B.), house 

30 Eighth 
Morse Willliam Frank, house 99 Auburn 
Morse & McKelleget (Isaac S. Morse and Richard J. Mc- 

Kelleget), lawyers (19 Old State House, B.) and 97 

Cambridge 
Morss Charles H , student H. U., rooms 59 College house 
Morton George B., organ maker, 624 Main, house rear 28 

Franklin 
Morton Ira A., carpenter, house r. 7 Pleasant place 
Mosher Alfred, cooper, house 5 Hunting, n. Cambridge 
Mosher Angie M., widow of Charles, house 880 Main 
Mosher George L., laborer, house 184 Gore 
Moten John, waiter, house 33 Washington 
Motley George S., student H. IT., rooms 32 Weld hall 
Motley Thomas, instructor in farming H. IT., house at 

Jamaica Plain 
Mott Henry A., Soldiers Messenger Corps (35 Pember- 

ton square, B.), house 54 Third 
Mould David, student H. IT., rooms 63 College house 



CAMBRIDGE [J{] DIRECTORY. 307 

Moulton Charles H. (Moulton & Sadler), clocks, etc., 162 

Cambridge, house 112 Gore 
Moulton Claudius B., shirt and overall mnfr. (62 Sum- 
mer, B.), h. Mt. Pleasant, n. Walden [Inman 
Moulton C. Warren, salesman (2 Liberty sq., B.), bds. 21 
Moulton Charles W. H. (C. W. H. Moulton & Co.), lad- 
ders, etc., Gore, n. Sixth, h. 131 Thorndike 
Moulton C. J. B., collector (96 Court, B.), h. 872 Main 
Moulton C. W. H. & Co. (Charles \V. H. Moulton), lad- 
ders, Gore, near Sixth 
Moulton Harvey, baker (B.), house 516 Main 
Moulton Horace G., boots and shoes, 118 Cambridge, bds. 

at Chnrlestown 
Moulton Joel, house 8 Prescott [Otis 

Moulton John G., organ chest maker, 101 Gore, h. 151 
Moulton Sarah H., widow of Sullivan, bds. 37 Mellen 
MOULTON & SADLER (Chas. II. Moulton and James 
M. Sadler), clocks, pictures, picture frames, etc., 162 
Cambridge 
Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Mt. Auburn, n. Watertown line 
Mt. Auburn Conservatory, Brattle, near Mt. Auburn 
Mount Auburn Marble and Granite Works, opposite Mt. 

Auburn, A. McDonald, proprietor 
3It. Auburn Waiting Room, opp. Mt. Auburn gate 
Mount Thomas J., brush maker, h. 58 Thorndike 
Mousley E. J. Mrs., millinery, 201 North av., house do. 
Mowll Charles F., clerk, 158 Cambridge, house 149 do. 
Mowry Albert E., metals (126 Cross, B.), house 4 River 
Mowry George J., bookkeeper, 135 Broadway, boards 91 

Columbia 
Moy James W., packer, house rear 50 Pine 
Moylan Daniel, coachman, Cambridge, corner Maple ave- 
nue, house 204 Hampshire 
Moylan Michael, blacksmith, house Spring, cor. Eighth 
Moylan Michael F., printer (Kilby, B.), boards M. Moy- 

lan's, Spring 
Moynahan Jeremiah, jr., stoves and tin ware, 457 Cam- 
bridge, house 193 Norfolk 
Moynahan Michael, tin peddler, house 193 Norfolk 
Mueller Otto, student H. U., rooms 2 Divinity hall 
Mukes Burrill, laborer, house 7 Portland 
Mulcahy Charles, cooper, house 4 Linehan's blk., Third 
Mulcahy Jeremiah, tailor, opposite 419 Broadway, house 

222 Franklin 
Mulcahy John, currier, house Murray, near Eliot 
Mulcahy John, teamster, house 2 Harrison 
Mulcahy John F., grocer, 188 Norfolk, house do. 
Mulcahy Nicholas, currier, house 45 Reed 
Mulcahy Patrick, currier, house rear 45 Reed 



308 CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 

Mulcnra John, cooper, house rear 161% Broadway 
Muldoon Christopher, glass maker, h. 93 Cambridge 
Muldoon Edward, at J. Pike & Co.'s livery stable, 24 

Church 
Muldoon Frank, spring bed maker, h. rear 394 Main 
Muldoon William H., restaurant, 165}^ Cambridge, house 

165 do 
Mulherin Eliza Miss, dressmaker, house 25 Bow 
Mulhern Charles, carpenter, boards 23 Hunting 
Mnlhern Charles, cooper, boards 53 Clark 
Mulhern Ellen, widow of Patrick, house 53 Clark 
Mulhern James, carpenter, boards 23 Hunting 
Mulhern James, marble worker, 7 Cottage ct., h. at Boston 
Mulhern Mary, widow of George, house 23 Hunting 
Mulkern Martin W., teamster, house 2 Dickinson 
Mull Frederick, restaurant (14 Cornhill, B.),h. 150 Spring 
Mullans Edward, laborer, house. 108 Spring 
Mullans Sarah C. Miss, boards 84 Cambridge 
Mullen Ann Miss, variety store, 17 Fourth, house do. 
Mullen David, lamp lighter, house 9 Bow 
Mullen George J., plasterer, house Crescent avenue 
Mullen Hugh, hostler, house 162 Green 
Mullen James, laborer, house 34 Harding 
Mullen James E., clerk (477 Washington, B.), bds. 9 Bow 
Mullen James J., cabinet maker, bds. 34 Harding 
Mullen James W., carpenter B. & L. R. R., h. 112 Gore 
Mullen John, boards 21 Harvard 

Mullen John R., auctioneer (124 Pearl, B.), h. 361 Harvard 
Mullen John R., jr., boards 361 Harvard 
Mullen Joseph, peddler, house 133 Webster av. 
Mullen Malachi, watchman, 368 Main, h. 196 Green 
Mullen Martin, laborer, house 169 Norfolk 
Mullen Martin Mrs., house 169 Norfolk 
Mullen Michael, laborer, house 148 Green 
Mullen Nicholas, teaser N. E. Glass Co., h. 177 Cambridge 
Mullen Patrick, hostler, house 128 Bridge 
Mullen Robert, laborer, house 93 Spring 
Mullen Thomas, laborer, house 169 Norfolk 
Mullen Thomas P., saloon, 99 Cambridge, bds. 177 do. 
M tiller Christian, currier, house 388 North avenue j 
Mtiller Edward L., glass cutter, house 155 Spring 
Mtiller Frederick, glass polisher, house 89 Third 
Mtiller Henry, tanner and currier, bds. 388 North av. 
Mtiller William, tanner, Tannery, house do., 4th on left 
Mullett Frank B., teamster, 113 Broadway, house 59 

Hampshire 
Mullett Frank C, confectioner, 459)£ Main, h. r. 13 Pine 
Mullett Lucy Mrs., nurse, Third, opp. the jail 
Mullett Walter A., confectioner, 503 Main, b. at Boston 



CAMBRIDGE [J{] DIRECTORY. 309 

Mullett William, policeman, station 3, h. 189 Cambridge 
Mullett Wm. H., engineer University Press, h. 4 Beech 
Mullholland Michael, pill maker, boards 27 Cherry 
Mulligan Catherine, widow of Thomas, house 10 North 
Mulligan Henry, cooper, house 6 Lopez 
Mulligan Henry C, student H. U., rooms 13 Gray's hall 
Mulligan John, brass molder, 368 Main, h 1. Front st. ct. 
Mulligan John, candle maker, house rear 24 Decatur 
Mulligan Thomas, glass maker, boards 48 Winter 
Mulligan Thomas, laborer, boards 24 Decatur 
Mul liken Edward Mrs., house 1 Davenport, cor. Elm 
Mulliken John E. A., clerk, 28 Bridge, bds. at Lexington 
Mullin Christopher, watchman, house 36 Harvard 
Mullin James H., teamster, boards 41 Winsor 
Mullin John, laborer, house 86 Elm 

Mullin Patrick, laborer, h. rear Seventh, near Cambridge 
Mullin Peter, grocer, 54 Putnam avenue, house 249 do. 
Mullin William B., boards 41 Winsor 
Mullin William H., box maker, house 41 Winsor 
Mullins James, printer (B.), boards 168 Franklin 
Mullins Patrick, printer (B.), house 168 Franklin 
Mullins Thomas, real estate and money broker (7 Ex- 
change place, B.), house 21 Third 
Mulloy Lenora, widow, house 24 Vine 
Mulloy Mary, widow of Martin, house rear 8 Gore 
Mulloy Michael, hostler, 203 Bridge, house rear 8 Gore 
Mulrey Michael, grave digger, house 20 Foster 
MulvahillJeremiah, laborer, house 203 Franklin 
Mulvahill Mary L., widow of John, house 252 Franklin 
Mulvahill Thomas, laborer, house 220 Franklin 
Mulvaney Morris, house 10 Third 
Mumler John F., foreman electrotype rooms Welch, Big- 

elow & Co., house 12 Wendell 
Mundy John F. Rev., house 55 Norfolk, near the church 
Munn James, laborer, house 47 Hampshire 
Munnion Frank, laborer, house 125 Dublin - [ton 

Munnion Michael, hostler Almshouse, Tannery, h. 24 Bol- 
Munnion Patrick, laborer, house rear 18 Railroad 
Munnion Patrick, laborer, house 132 Dublin 
Munro John C, student H. U., rooms 32 Thayer hall 
Munroe A. W., boards 111 Cambridge 
Munroe Charles, laborer, house 11 Webster avenue 
Munroe Charles, janitor City bldg., Brattle sq., h. 19 Eliot 
Munroe Charles H., provisions, 568 Main, h. 61 Auburn 
Munroe Charles W., (Chas. W. Munroe & Co.), walnut 
and gilt molding manufacturer, (First, c. Thorndike 
E. C), and (98 Hanover, B.), house Francis avenue 
Munroe Charles W. & Co. (Charles W. Munroe and Geo. 
A. Denham) walnut and gilt molding manufacturers, 
(First E. C), and (98 Hanover and^35 Sudbury, B.) 



310 CAMBRIDGE [M] DIRECTORY. 

Manroe Edmund Mrs., house 479 Broadway 
Munroe Emma F. Miss, teacher High school, boards 127 
Cambridge [bridge 

Munroe Enoch, wheelwright, 52 Cambridge, h. 127 Cam- 
Munroe Francis E., boards 24 Pearl 
Munroe George H., boards 127 Cambridge 
Munroe George H., clerk, 10 Harvard row, boards 31 Ash 
Munroe Henry P., music teacher, house 24 Pearl 
Munroe James A., bookkeeper (20 Dock sq., B.), boards 

Nutting place 
Munroe John H. Mrs., house 31 Ash 

Munroe Nathaniel, assistant receiver U. R. Co., b. 31 Ash 
Munroe Nathaniel W., saloon, 111 Cambridge, house do. 
Munroe Philip, m older, house 13 Webster avenue 
Munroe Sarah R. M., widow of James, h. 71 North av. 
Munroe William A., proprietor "Munroe's Arab Salve," 

rear 111 Cambridge, house at Waverly 
Munroe William A., lawyer (35 Court, room 2, B.), house 

Chestnut, corner Acorn 
Munroe Wm. H., treas. N. E. Glass Co., h. at Lexington 
Munroe William W. Mrs., house 53 Austin 
Munroe, see Monro, also Monroe 

March Charles H., express driver, rooms 54 Mt. Auburn 
Murdoch John, proctor H. IT., rooms 5 Gray's hall 
Murdock Frank R., carpenter, h. Western av., n. Hews 
Murdock Frank R., confectionery, and fruit, 155 Cam- 
bridge, house 15 Putnam court 
Murdock Maria Miss, house 661 Main 
Murdock -Walter H., florist, Western avenue, near Put- 
nam avenue, house 31 Hews 
Murdock William R., carpenter, house 15 Putnam court 
Murdough Henry T., laborer, house 123 Hampshire 
Mnrley David, laborer, house 95 Harvard 
Murnan John, laborer, house 7 Maynard place 
Murnighan Mary E., widow, house 171 Winsor 
Murphy Catherine, widow, house McCabe 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, house 20 Hayes court 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, house 8 Harding 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, house 5 McCabe 
Murphy Cornelius, pressman (B), h. Belmont, cor. Reed 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, boards 22 Carson 
Murphy Cornelius A., carver (B.), boards Cornelius Mur- 
phy's, Belmont 
Murphy Daniel, engineer, 92 Main, house 75 Hastings 
Murphy Daniel, carpenter, house 11 West 
Murphy Daniel, teamster, house 186 Hampshire 
Murphy Daniel, teamster, house 34 Hancock 
Murphy Daniel C, teamster, house 16 Antrim 
Murphy Daniel J., laborer, boards 8 Harding 



CAMBRIDGE [J{] DIRECTORY. 311 

Murphy Dennis, hostler, 120 Green 

Murphy Dennis, currier, boards Michael Nolan's, Harvey 
Murphy Dennis, sexton Catholic church, house 78 Vine 
Murphy Edward T., brass finisher, 368 Main, h. 99 Green 
Murphy Edwin J., shipping clerk (186 State, B.), boards 

6 Third 
Murphy Ellen, widow of Michael, house 66 Spring 
Murphy Ellen Mrs., house Montgomery, 2d from Spruce 
Murphy Francis C. waiter, house 188 Hampshire 
Murphy Henry, laborer, house 27 Third 
Murphy Isaac, laborer, house rear 16 Winter 
Murphy James, teamster, house 251 Franklin 
Murphy James, house 59 North 

Murphy James, laborer, house 1 Bedford, cor. Porter 
Murphy James, laborer, house rear 19 Cowperthwaite 
Murphy James, laborer, house Foster, near Sparks 
Murphy James I., constable and collector, h. 110 Fourth 
Murphy James J., laborer, house 162 Norfolk 
Murphy Jeremiah, waiter (Parker House, B.),h. 9 Carson 
Murphy Jeremiah, engineer, house 166>£ Norfolk 
Murphy Jeremiah, glass maker, boards 59 North 
Murphy Jeremiah, teamster, house 87 Brookline 
Murphy Jeremiah, grocer, 187 Dubftn, house do. 
Murphy Jeremiah, house 8 Harding, near Cambridge 
Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, house 8 Reed, near Spruce 
Murphy Jeremiah, tailor, Jas. Conway, h. 99 Kiunaird 
Murphy John, laborer, house 2 Norfolk court 
Murphy John, teamster, house 347 Main 
Murphy John, boards 187 Dublin 

Murphy John, blacksmith J. Bolger, h. r. 249 Franklin 
Murphy John, teamster, 127 Bridge, boards 127£ do. 
Murphy John, coal dealer (130 Cambridge, B.), house 44 

Broadway [bds. 4 Third 

Murphy John, gatetender L. R. R., Prison Point bridge, 
Murphy John, gardener, house 19 Sparks street place 
Murphy John, jr., glass worker, boards 8 North 
Murphy John, driver Wm. G. MacLeod, bds. 90 Inman 
Murphy John, laborer, house 39 Banks 
Murphy John, brickmaker, house 3 Tuttle 
Murphy John, laborer, house 211 Franklin 
Murphy John, teamster, h. Montgomery, 2d from Spruce 
Murphy John, laborer, house 7 McCabe 
Murphy John, glass blower, boards 9 Hunting 
Murphy John, teamster, house 210 Cambridge [yard 

Murphy John, laborer, h. Dublin, 3d from Wyatt's brick- 
Murphy John, laborer, house 163 Franklin 
Murphy John, hostler, house 22 Charles River 
Murphy John, brass finisher, house rear 36 Harvard 
Murphy John, laborer, house 8 North 



312 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

Murphy John, junk dealer, house 13 Warren 

Murphy John, blacksmith U. R. Co., house 6 Banks 

Murphy John A., carpenter, house rear 452 Cambridge 

Murphy John E., mason, house 162 Dublin 

Murphy John F., glass blower, boards 59 Fourth 

Murphy John F., house 74 Spruce 

Murphy John H., tinsmith, house 19 Decacur 

Murphy John T., cooper, house 23 Willow place 

Murphy Joseph, helper, boards' Bay 

Murphy Joseph F., laborer, boards 110 Fourth 

Murphy Julia Mrs., dressmaker, house 3 Lechmere place 

Murphy Margaret Miss, dressmaker, house 6 Antrim 

Murphy Martin, laborer, house 124 Spruce 

Murphy Mary, widow of James, boards 162 Cambridge 

Murphy Mary, widow of John, house 32 Charles 

Murphy Mary, widow of Timothy, house 59 North [ville 

Murphy Matthew, cabinet maker, 25 Brattle, h. at Somer- 

Murphy Maurice, gardener, 560 Cambridge, house at Som- 

erville 
Murphy Maurice, laborer, house 55 Cedar 
Murphy Maurice F., laborer, boards 8 Reed 
Murphy Michael, horse trader, house 49 Reed 
Murphy Michael, house 84 Fifth 
Murphy Michael, gardener, 281 Harvard, boards do. 
Murphy Michael, laborer, house 23 Carson 
Murphy Patrick, teamster, house 8 Davis 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 188 Bridge 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 15 Warren 
Murphy Patrick, slater, house 53 Vine 
Murphy Patrick, watchman Boston Ice Co., h. at Boston 
Murphy Patrick, house 9 Hunting, near Cambridge 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 20 Carson 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 119 Fourth 
Murphy Patrick A., glass maker, house 125 Third 
Murphy Patrick H., laborer E. R. R., house 14 East 
Murphy Peter P., cabinet maker, house 3 Union 
Murphy Thomas, laborer, boards 8 Harding 
Murphy Thomas, laborer, house 51 North 
Murphy Thomas, lithographer Riverside Press, house 39 

Blackstone 
Murphy Thomas, laborer, house 10 Harding 
Murphy Thomas, laborer, house 13 Warren 
Murphy Thomas, painter, house 24 Somerset 
Murphy Thomas, stone mason, house 19 Hayes court 
Murphy Thomas, teamster, 127 Bridge, house 127 L o do. 
Murphy Thomas C, engineer, house 31 Winter 
Murphy Thomas J., laborer, house rear 25 Fourth 
Murphy Thomas J., painter, boards 5 Bristol 
Murphy Timothy, laborer, house 213 Franklin 



CAMBRIDGE [3[] DIRECTORY. 313 

Murphy Timothv, mason, house 10 Antrim 

Murphy Timothy, laborer B. & L. R. R., h. 232 Bridge 

Murphy William., molder, boards Mansion House, Gore, 

junction Bridge 
Murphy William, laborer, house 151 Franklin 
Murphy William, laborer, boards 32 Charles [do. 

Murphy Win. A., veterinary surgeon, 20 Brighton, rooms 
Murphy William J., harness maker, Cambridge, junction 

Bridge, house at Boston 
Murphy William J., metal worker, house 81 Inman 
Murray Andrew, laborer, house 57 Hastings 
Murray Catherine Miss, dressmaker, h. 488 Cambridge 
Murray Dennis J., gardener, house 6 Short 
Murray Elizabeth Mrs., house 108 Spring 
Murray Elizabeth, widow of James H., house 40 Gore 
Murray Eliza H., widow of James, house 28 Pelham 
Murray George, carpenter, house 2 Pond place 
Murray George, engineer, house 10 Sydney 
Murray George, jr., machinist, house 37 School 
Murray Henry A., pattern maker, boards 31 Pleasant 
Murray Jacob, waiter, house Plymouth, n. Webster av. 
Murray James E., policeman, station 2, h. 128 Green 
Murray Jeremiah, laborer, boards 3 Lech mere place 
Murray John A., student H. U., rooms 4 Weld hall 
Murray John F., policeman, station 3, bds. 33 Winter 
Murray John L, machinist, boards 10 Sydney 
Murray Julia, widow of Thomas, house 10 East 
Murray Mary, widow, house 488 Cambridge 
Murray Patrick, laborer B. & L. R. R., house 33 Winter 
Murray Patrick A., laborer, boards 21 Vine 
Murray Peter, laborer, house rear 52 Charles 
Murray Richard, boards 33 Winter 
Murray Thomas, clerk, house 162 Norfolk 
Murray Thomas, laborer, boards 198 Cambridge 
Murray Thomas, teamster, house 20 North 
Murray'Timothy, boards 10 East 
Murray William H. (Murray & McMenimen), painters, 

101>< Cambridge, house 235 do. 
Murray & McMenimen (Wm. H. Murray and Charles E. 

McMenimen), painters, 101}^ Cambridge 
Muzzey Artemus B,, clergyman, boards 60 Brattle 
Muzzey Austin K., student H. U., boards H. W. Muzzey's, 

Mount Auburn 
Muzzey David P., secretary Overseers of the Poor, office 

City building, Green, house 102 Austin 
Muzzey George E., driver hose 4, house 10 Coggswell av. 
Muzzey Henry W., lawyer (38 Sears bldg., B.), house Mt. 

Auburn, corner Coolidge avenue 
Myer Anton, boards 2 Water 






314 CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 

Myer John, varnisher, house rear 63 Gore 

Myer William, cabinet maker, house 7 Eighth 

Myers Augustus (Myers & Co.), baker, 442 Cambridge, 

house 440 do. 
Myers Charles, waiter, house 45 Hastings 
Myers Godfrey, house 131 Spring [h. 43 Reed 

Myers Henry, engineer (Herald office, Williams court, B.), 
Myers James J., counsellor at law (4 Exchange place, B.), 

rooms 3 Wadsworth House, Harvard square 
Myers & Co. (Augustus Myers and Bernhard Biedlingmei- 

er), bakers, 442 Cambridge 
Myles Thomas F., tailor, 50lT\lain, house 18Boardman 

NAGELL CAROLINE E. MISS, house 118 Winsor 
Nagle Elizabeth Mrs., house 58 North avenue 
Nagle' Garrett, harness cleaner, house rear 18 Lopez 
Nagle Garrett Edward, student «H. U., b. 58 North' av. 
Nagle John, spring bed maker, house 19 Decatur 
Nash Bennett H., assistant professor of Italian and Span- 
ish H. U., house at Boston [Auburn 
Nash Frank E., teamster Worcester Bros., rooms 95 Mt. 
Nash Elizabeth Mrs., sewing machines, Butterick's pat- 
terns, etc., 647 Main, house 58 Pleasant 
Nash George, florist, 365 Harvard, house 58 Pleasant 
Nash George W., student H. U., boards 58 Pleasant 
Nash Henry S., student H. IT., rooms 5 Lawrence hall 
Nash Samuel, constable (Court, B.), bds. 63 Prospect 
Nash Walter (Thomas Smith & Co.), butcher, Jackson, 

n. Harvey, b. Thomas Smith's, 31 Harvey 
Nason James, provisions, 64 Charles, house do. 
Nason Mary E., teacher Thorndike grammar school, bds. 
157 Cambridge [Church 

Nason Rufus W., lawyer, (7 Exchange place, B.), bds. 19 
Nason Win. A., lawyer, 89 Cambridge, b. 96 Thorndike 
Natale William, diary maker, house 7 Rockwell [er 

Nating Michael, painter, h. 7 Shepherd's blk, Charles Riv- 
NATIONAL CITY BANK OF CAMBRIDGE, Henry 

B. Davis, cashier, 553 Main 
Navin Mary, widow, house 18 Railroad 
Nay Carrie M. S., music teacher, boards 3fr Inman 
Nay Charles W., salesman (33 Summer, B.), rooms 33 

Bigelow 
Nay Frank T., clerk, 655 Main, house 36 Bigelow 
Nay Isaac A. (Nay & Dodge), provision dealer, 655 Main 
and 25 Central sq., house 35 Inman [Prospect 

Nay Mary J., widow of Samuel F., boarding-house, 127 
Nay William F., clerk (Washington, B.), b. 127 Prospect 
Nay & Dodge (Isaac A. Nay and Wm. H. Dodge), pro- 
visions, 655 Main and 25 Central square 



CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 315 

Neal Sarah A., widow of Samuel, house 23 Sacramento 
Neal Wm. H., salesman (59 Franklin, B.),h. 23 Sacramento 
Neale Addison M., cabinetmaker, boards 109 Pearl 
Neale Emory F., stereotyper, house 108 Washington 
Neale Nathaniel, mason, house 109 Pearl 
Neale Nathaniel M., mason, boards 109 Pearl 
Nealley George S., mason, house 260 Sidney 
Nealley Hattie T. Miss, teacher Washington grammar 

school, boards 713 Cambridge 
Nealley James D., machinist, 368 Main, bds. 260 Sidney 
Needhatn Almira P. Miss, house 47 Garden 
Neiland Michael, teamster, house rear 9 Valentine 
Neilon Frederick S., currier, boards 144 Thorndike 
Neilon Maria, widow of Bartholomew, h. 144 Thorndike 
Neiper Augustus, rooms 17 Eliot [1st from Spruce 

Neligan Joanna, widow of Maurice, house Montgomery, 
Neligan John, painter, boards 13 Portland 
Neligan Maurice F., laborer, boards Joanna Neligan's, 
Montgomery [h. 13 Portland, n. Main 

Neligan Maurice T. (Neligan & Son), tailor, 533 Main, 
Neligan Patrick (Neligan & Son), tailor, 533 Main, house 

13 Portland, near Main 
Neligan Peter, stone cutter, boards 13 Portland 
Neligan Philip, stone cutter, boards 13 Portland 
Neligan Richard, laborer, boards 163 Dublin 
Neligan Thomas, laborer, house 163 Dublin 
Neligan & Son (Patrick and Maurice T. Neligan), mer- 
chant tailors, 533 Main 
Nelis Oscar, gunsmith, bds. Chas, Eutabrouk's, Crescent 
Nelligan David, laborer, house 91 Elm 
Nelligan David, stereotyper (B.), boards 44 Foster 
Nelligan Edward J., marble cutter, boards 44 Foster 
Nelligan Elizabeth, widow of Peter, house 44 Foster 
Nelligan John F., stone cutter, boards 44 Foster 
Nelligan Maurice, laborer, house 168 Dublin 
Nelligan Maurice, 2nd, laborer, boards 168 Dublin 
Nelligan Patrick, stone cutter, bds. 44 Foster [Spruce 
Nelligan Peter, sexton Catholic cemetery, Spruce, h. 87 
Nelligan Peter F., plumber, boards 44 Foster 
Nellson Augustus W., stair builder, house 40 Seventh 
Nelson A. H., sawyer, boards 1 Hampshire [11 Rice 

Nelson Charles A., bookkeeper (Franklin, B.), house 
Nelson Geo. W., butcher, house 9 Seventh 
Nelson Harry L., student H. U., rooms 68 Thayer hall 
Nelson Israel P., house 11 Rice 

Nelson Jamed, printer Riverside Press, h. 31 Blackstone 
Nelson James H., gilder, boards 101 Spring 
Nelson Jane, widow of John, house 101 Spring 
Nelson John, tailor (13 Court sq., B.), h. 36 Cambridge 



316 CAMBRIDGE [JJ] DIRECTORY. 

Nelson John, blacksmith (Charles, B.), house 25 Gore 
Nelson John A., sail maker (102 Com'l, B.), bds. 110 Gore 
Nelson Mathias, sail maker (102 Com'l, B.), h. 110 Gore 
Nelson Pierre, laborer, boards 198 Cambridge [hall 

Nelson Samuel N., student H. U., rooms 2 Stoughton 
Nelson Sarah Mrs., house Sacramento place, 1st on left 
Nelson S. Arthur, periodicals, etc., 410 Cambridge, boards 

138 Elm 
Nelson Timothy P., lather, h. Broadway, cor. Portland 
Nesbitt James W., grocer, 1 Flagg, house do. 
Nesbitt John (J. & R. B. Nesbitt), carpenter, house Con- 
cord avenue, corner Walden [Walden 
Nesbitt John, jr., carpenter, boards Concord avenue, cor. 
Nesbitt J. & R. B. (John and Robert B.), carpenters and 

builders, Mill, foot of Holyoke 
Nesbitt Robert B. (J. & R. B. Nesbitt), carpenter, house 

Concord avenue, corner Walden 
Nesdel Frank F., house 17 Washington 
Nesmith Joseph, student H. U., rooms 2 Mol worthy hall 
Neth Michael, baker (Washington, B.), house 169 Spring 
Netzeber Max, boarding house, 38 Spring 
Neumaier Frank, laborer, house 39 Sargent 
Neumaier Martin, teamster, boards 39 Sargent 
Neville Patrick, laborer, house 125 Dublin 
Nevons. Hiram, superintendent Cambridge Water Works, 

house 23 Boardman, corner Broadway 
New England Glass Co., North, cor. Water, East Cam- 
bridge, Win. H. Munroe, treasurer, Chas. W. Munroe, 
agent (Boston office, 4 P. O. square) 
New England Glass Works, North, corner Water, East 

Cambridge, W. L. Libbey, proprietor 
New Peter, boards Charles, cor. Sixth [Gardner 

Newcomb Charles S., carpenter, State, cor. Osborn, h. 12 
Newcomb Sarah A., widow of William A., h. 167 Winsor 
Newell Allston W., clerk (B.), boards 310 Harvard 
Newell Annie, widow of Richard, house 43 Brookline 
Newell Arthur H., clerk (67 Franklin, B.), boards 310 

Harvard 
Newell Calvin E., teamster, boards 43 Brookline 
Newell Charles A., bookkeeper (24 West, B.), house 310 

Harvard 
Newell Charles S. Mrs., house 310 Harvard 
Newell Julius, milkman, boards 3 Ballord place 
Newell Robert J., lithographer Riverside Press, house 43 
Brookline [bds. 20 Berkeley 

Newell Robert R., counsellor (13 Pemberton square, B.), 
Newell William, clergyman, house 20 Berkeley 
Newgent Fred. A., clerk (B.), boards 10 Fairmont 



CAMBRIDGE [N] DIRECTORY. 317 

Newgent George M., salesman (3 Winthrop sq., B.), bds. 

iO Fairmont [10 Fairmont 

Newgent Thomas G., designer (440 Washington, B.), h. 
Newgent, see Nugent [h. 15 Roseland 

Newhall Charles, jr., provisions (4 Blackstone market, B.), 

Brewery 
Newhall Charles H., physician, boards 7 Shepard 
Newhall Ebenezer Rev., house 7 Shepard 
Newhall Herbert W., student H. U., rms. 46 Thayer hall 
Newman Cornelius, clerk, 397 Cambridge, boards do. 
Newman Edward B., clerk, 417 Cambridge, h. r. 68 Gore 
Newman Elizabeth, widow of John B., bds. Rogers block, 

Brewery 
Newman Ellen, widow of Edward, house 45 Winter 
Newman Henry, painter, house 26 Park 
Newman Henry A., organ finisher, 624 Main, h. 30 Park 
Newman James H., laborer, boards P. Newman's, Ninth 
Newman Joseph, paper (24 Hawley, B.), h. Union sq., 

154 North avenue [Thorndike 

Newman Julius, decorator N. E. Glass Co., rooms 139 
Newman Leonard, house 20 Union 
Newman Leonard G. Mrs., house 1 Dickinson 
Newman Mary Mrs., house 6 Soden place 
Newman Michael, teamster, house McCabe 
Newman Patrick, teamster, house 2 Ninth 
Newman Stephen I., cigar maker and musician, house 25 

Putnam place 
Newman Thomas, helper, 92 Main, house 97 Elm 
Newman William F., cabinet maker, house 42 Winter 
Newmarch Joseph, baker, house 149 Harvard 
Newton Emma M., teacher Riverside primary school, bds. 

154 Brattle [Worcester 

Newton George E., fish dealer (Main, Charlestown), h. 2 
Nichols Betsey, widow of Robert, house 4 Percy place 
Nichols Charles E. (Brown & Nichols), carpenter, 74 

Brighton, house 5 Charles River 
Nichols Clara J. Miss, dressmaker, house 20 Hancock 
Nichols Curtis C, treasurer Boston Five Cent Savings 

Bank (38 School, B.}, house 11 Magazine 
Nichols David L., butter and cheese (87 F. H. market, 

B.), boards 324 Harvard 
Nichols Edgar H., student H. U., rooms 33 Kirkland 
Nichols Edward T., melodeon maker, house 40 Columbia 
Nichols George, editor, house 159 Brattle 
Nichols George C, lumber (Concord, B.), b. 55 Hancock 
Nichols George M., physician, 190 Cambridge, house do. 
Nichols Ichabod Mrs., house 33 Kirkland 
Nichols John C, clerk (38 School, B.), bds. 11 Magazine 
Nichols John Cornelius, boards 95 Magazine 



318 CAMBRIDGE [JJ] DIRECTORY. 

Nichols John L., student H. U., boards at Somerville 
Nichols John T. G., physician, office 63 Brattle, house do. 
Nichols Nicholas, student H. U., boards 415 Broadway 
Nichols Sarah S., widow of Thomas P., h. 15 Franklin 
Nichols William E., boards 190 Cambridge 
Nicholson Andrew, meat and vegetables, bds. 14 Green 
Nicholson Mary, widow of John, house 20 Dublin 
Nicholson Sylvanus, express, house 14 Green 
Nickelson William, policeman, station 2, house 6 Village 
Nickerson Israel F., carpenter, house 69 Moore 
Nickerson Mercy, widow, house 63 Magazine 
Nickerson Seth L., boots and shoes, 577 Main, house 78 

Columbia [hall 

Nickerson Thomas W., jr., student H. U., rooms 26 Gray's 
Nickhols T. Alary, widow of James, boards 28 Winter 
Nicol Elizabeth, widow of George, house 75 Gore 
Nicol James, restaurant, 122 Cambridge, boards 118 do. 
Nicol John F., cabinet maker, house 118 Cambridge 
Nihan Frank, teamster H. Wellington & Co., h. 26 Bridge 
Nihan Mary, widow of Thomas, house 149 Bridge 
Niles John B., printer (115 State, B.), h. Mt. Pleasant 
Niles Nathaniel, printer (115 State, B.), h. Mt. Pleasant, 

near Walden [Washington av. 

Niles Sullivan, pork (31 New F. H. market, B.), house 
Niles W. Harmon, professor (Institute Technology, B.), 

boards 416 Harvard [Chemical Works 

Nixon Alexander, expressman, h.r. Cambridge, n. Boston 
Nixon Edward, teamster, house 21 Valentine 
Nixon John, grocer, 133 Brookline 
Nixon John, sampler (B.), house 6 Perry 
Nixon Margaret, widow of George, h. 18 Maynard place 
Nixon Robert G., galvanizer D. S. Co., h. 141 Franklin 
Nixon Samuel, laborer, house 23 Hastings 
Noble David A., mason, house 13 Amory 
Noble George W. C, teacher private school (40 Winter, 

B.) and overseer H. U., house 21 Concord avenue 
Noble Robert, carpenter, house 5 Rogers block, Main 
Noble William, printer John Wilson & Son, boards 15 

Farwell place [Cambridge 

Noera Francis, britannia worker F, Draper & Co., h. 120 
Noera Johanna Mrs., house 120 Cambridge 
Nolan Edward J., glass worker, house 103 Spring 
Nolan James, teamster Geo. G. Wright, h. 47 Sacramento 
Nolan John, expressman, house 169 Franklin 
Nolan John F., book binder, house 257 Franklin 
Nolan Michael, laborer, house 17 Willow place 
Nolan Michael, laborer, house Harvey, cor. Montgomery ' 
Nolan Morris, hostler Boston Ice Co., Prison Point road, 

house at Boston 



CAMBRIDGE [JJ] DIRECTORY. 319 

Nolan Thomas, gardener, house rear 13 Charles River 

Nolan Thomas, laborer, house rear 3 Appian-way 

Nolan Thomas, painter, house 11 Carson 

Noonan Abbie, widow of Dennis, house 31 Dunster 

Noonan Honora, widow of Patrick, house 2 Grant 

Noonan Jeremiah, hostler, house 26 Charles River 

Noonan Jeremiah, hostler, boards 26 Charles River 

Noonan John, junk collector, house 52 Fifth 

Noonan Mary, widow of Jeremiah, house 40 Winthrop 

Noonan Thomas F., machinist B. & L. R. R. shop, house 

1() Hancock 
Noonis Manuel, hairdresser, house 7 Fourth 
Norcross William R., crockery, etc. (18 Merchants row, 

B.), house 34 Kirkland 
Norman William, printer, boards 22 Lopez 
Norris Albert (Albert Norris & Co.), carpenter, 9 West- 
ern avenue, house 34 do. [9 Western av. 
NORRIS ALBERT & CO. (Albert Norris), carpenters, 
Norris Albert L., physician and surgeon, 152 Cambridge, 
house do. [46 Pearl 
Norris Augustus E. Mrs., cigars, etc., 459}^ Main, house 
Norris Charles A., carpenter, house 81 %. Putnam a v. 
Norris E. M. Mrs., house 98 Hampshire 
Norris George M., machinist, house 46 Pearl 
Norris James, advertising agent, bds. 29 Putnam avenue 
Norris James D., clerk, 5 and 6 Harvard row, h. 18 Mason 
Norris Jennie A. Miss, teacher City primary school, Alms- 
house, Tannery, boards 229 North avenue 
Norris Nahum F., planer, 139 Broadway, h. 1 Plymouth 
Norris William, tailor, house 42 Antrim 
Norris William A., wood and coal, 453,^ Main, and (Nor- 
ris & Perry), 6 Western avenue, house 53 Portland 
Norris William H., carpenter, boards 31 Pleasant 
Norris William H. T., carpenter, house 31 Pleasant 
Norris & Perry (Wm. A. Norris and Marshall Perry), 

coal and wood, 6 Western fivenue 
North Avenue Savings Bank, 173 North avenue 
North Avenue Station L. & A. R. R., North av., n. Cedar 
North Cambridge P. O., Porter's station, North avenue 
North Wayne H., student H. U., bds. at Somerville 
Northup Chas. L., bookkeeper, 610 Main, b. 21 Magazine 
Norton Charles Eliot, professor of history of arts H. U., 

h. Shady hill, off Kirkland 
Norton Charles E. (Edward H. Norton & Son), soap 

maker, Winsor, junction Webster av., boards do. 
Norton Charles P., student H. IT., rooms 17 Kirkland 
Norton Edward H. & Son (Charles E. Norton), soap 

manufacturers, Winsor, junction Webster av., h. do. 
Norton Fanny Mrs., house 172 Franklin 



320 CAMBRIDGE [N] DIRECTORY. 

Norton Jesse K., student H. U., rooms 5 Weld hall 

Norton John, jr., painter, house 102 Kinnaird 

Norton Michael, laborer, house 102 Kinnaird 

Norton Michael, house 25 North avenue 

Norton Patrick, horse shoer U. R. Co., h. 24 Decatur 

Norval Cliarles, stucco worker, house 17 Sydney 

Nott Richard, laborer, house 16 Madison 

Nourse Benjamin F., assessor and superintendent of 

lamps, office City hall, house 45 William 
Nourse Benjamin F., jr., letter collector P. O., 625 Main, 

boards 45 William 
Nourse Newell, grocer (87 Broad, B.), h. 63 Chestnut 
Nowell Francis S., carpenter, house Chestnut, cor. Acorn 
Nowell George E., teamster, boards 43 Seventh 
Noxon Schuyler P., roof painter, bcls. 51 Western av. 
Noyes Catherine M., widow of Samuel A., h. 51 Wright 
Noyes Clarence F., conductor U. R. Co., boards 67)£ 

Western avenue B.), h. 861 Main 

Noyes Claudius A., gents' furnishing goods (4 Summer, 
Noyes Ernest EL, medical student H. IT., bds. 20 Lee 
Noyes Frank L., foreman Hale, Teele & Bisbee, boards 

375 Cambridge 
Noyes Frank \V\, engineer S. C. Jones, bds. 105 Spring 
Noyes George W., mason, house 67>£ Westert avenue 
Noyes Lima N., wid. of James, boarding house 59 Third 
Noyes Samuel, foreman (65 Franklin B.), h. 123 Prospect 
Noyes Samuel, jr., salesman (43 Summer, B.), house 13 

Bigelow [Prospect 

Noyes Thomas M., clerk (48 Chauncey, B.), boards 123 
Noyes William, student H. U., rooms 64 College house 
Nudd Clias. H., painter B. L. & N. R. R., h. 93 Thorndike 
Nudd Elizabeth, widow, house 367 Main 
Nudd William EL, hairdresser 367 Main, house do. 
Nugent Barney, engineer, house 52 Spring 
Nugent Daniel, laborer, house 366 North avenue 
Nugent Patrick, farmer, house 65 Spring 
Nugent Thomas, laborer, house rear 27 Vine 
Nugent Thomas, F., salesman (524 Washington, B.), bds. 

rear 27 Vine 
Nunn Charles P., student H. U., rooms 19 Weld hall 
Nutter Abbie R. Mrs., dressmaker, house rear 110 Main 
Nutting Charles O., machinist, 454 Main, bds. 14 Pearl 
Nutting Eliza S., widow, house 91 Auburn 
Nutting Ephraim M., carriage painter, Palmer, n. Brattle, 

house 46 North avenue 
Nutting Frank, boards 50 Market 

Nutting James L., pilot, house 15 Third [Pearl 

Nutting Jonathan D., hardware mnfr., 454 Main, h. 14 
Nutting Leauder J., painter, house 50 Market 



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Nutting Philip (P. Nutting & Co.), blacksmith, Palmer, 

house Nutting place , 
Nutting P. & Co. (Philip Nutting and Joel H. Prescott), 

blacksmiths and wheelwrights, Palmer, n. Brattle 
Nye Mary B., widow, house 90 Prospect 
Nye Mary E. Mrs"., house 17 Mellen 
Nyhen Daniel, peddler, house 73 Charles 

OAKES GEORGE, brass finisher, house 24 Willow place 

Oakey Albert, mason, boards 4 Gray place 

Oakey John, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 1 Pioneer 

Obery Joseph, glass cutter, house 21 Seventh 

O'Brien Bernard, mason, house 35 Winter 

O'Brien Catherine, widow of James, h. 29 Buckingham 

O'Brien Cornelius, laborer, house 4 Lechmere place 

O'Brien Daniel, house 24 North 

O'Brien Daniel, house 112 Brookline [Union 

O'Brien Daniel J., salesman (Washington, B.), boards 48 

O'Brien Dennis, laborer, house 7 Hayes court 

O'Brien Dennis, laborer, house 60 North 

O'Brien Dennis, laborer, house 135 Hampshire 

O'Brien Edmund, jr., machinist, 356 Main, h. 55 Fairmont 

O'Brien Edward B., upholsterer, house 86 Sparks 

O'Brien Ellen, widow of James, house 86 Sparks 

O'Brien Ellen, widow, house 265 Cambridge 

O'Brien Hugh J., flagman G. J. R. R., house 271 Main 

O'Brien James, teamster, house 57 Spruce 

O'Brien James, laborer, house 188 Bridge 

O'Brien James, laborer, house 66 Brighton 

O'Brien James A., painter, house 57 Spruce 

O'Brien James E. Rev., pastor St. Peters church, house 

29 Buckingham 
O'Brien James F., brass finisher, house 4 Hamilton 
O'Brien James G., house 15 Lopez 
O'Brien James H., carpenter, house 382 Cambridge 
O'Brien James H., carpenter, house 15 Winter 
O'Brien James M., book binder, boards Elmwood avenue 
O'Brien James S., cabinet maker, house 6 Winter 
O'Brien Jeffrey, laborer, house 11 Wyeth, cor. Tuttle 
O'Brien Jeremiah, gilder, house 89 Harvard 
O'Brien Jeremiah, horse shoer, 498 Main, h. 162 Green 
O'Brien John, laborer, h. 13 Brewery [Charlestown 

O'Brien John, teamster H. Wellington & Co., house at 
O'Brien John, painter, house 73 River 
O'Brien John, pastor St. John's church, h. 83 Otis 
O'Brien John, laborer, house rear 27 Sixth 
O'Brien John, laborer, 150 Broadway, h. 248 Franklin 
O'Brien John B., wood turner, house Long's block, rear 

134 Broadway 
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322 CAMBRIDGE [0] DIRECTORY. 

O'Brien John F. (P. O'Brien & Son), florist, Sparks, and 

gardener Mt. Auburn cemetery, bds. 88 Sparks 
O'Brien John L., revolver maker, bds. r. 58 Charles 
O'Brien John M., laborer, house 53 Charles 
O'Brien John P., cooper, house 7 Carson 
O'Brien Lizzie, dressmaker, house 15 Lopez 
O'Brien Mary, widow of Jeremiah, house 29 Porter 
O'Brien Mary A., widow of Timothy, house 19 Gerry 
O'Brien Michael, laborer, house 12 Hayes court 
O'Brien Michael J., marble cutter, bds. 12 Hayes court 
O'Brien Patrick, currier, bds. Michael Nolan's, Harvey 
O'Brien Patrick, laborer, boards 60 North 
O'Brien Patrick (P. O'Brien & Son), florist, Sparks, and 

gardener and contractor Mt. Auburn cemetery, house 

88 Sparks 
O'BRIEN P. & SON (Patrick and John F. O'Brien), 

conservatories, 88 Sparks 
O'Brien Patrick, painter, house 15 Warren [shire 

O'Brien Patrick, tailor (Hamilton place, B.), h. 202 Ham- 
O'Brien Peter, roofer, house 15 Warren 
O'Brien Thomas, plumber, house 249 Franklin 
O'Brien Thomas, laborer, house 190 Green 
O'Brien Thomas, jr., printer, boards 190 Green 
O'Brien Timothy, laborer, house 6 Water 
O'Brien Timothy, laborer, house 12 Short 
O'Brien Timothy EL, provisions, 480 Cambridge, house 

at Somerville 
O'Brien William, laborer, house 126 Brookline 
O'Brien William, clerk, 535 Main, boards at Watertown 
O'Brien William, grocer, 25 Harvey, n. Cedar, house do. 
O'Brien William S., cabinet maker, house 48 Union 
O'Brien William S., jr., sawyer, boards 48 Union 
Obst Augustine, cabinet maker, house 38 Howard 
Obst Henry, baker, h. 86 Elm [ton hall 

O'Callaghan John Win., student H. U., rooms 6 Stough- 
O'Callaghan Win, Francis, student H. U., rooms 23 Hol- 

lis hall 
O'Connell Charles, rope maker, rear 147 Dublin, h. 147 do. 
O'Connell Daniel, dry goods, 219 North av., h. 221 do. 
O'Connell Daniel, laborer, h. 15 Railroad, cor. Sargent 
O'Connell Daniel, laborer, house 111 Dublin 
O'Connell James E., tin plate worker, h. 19 Park 
O'Connell Jane, widow of Daniel, h. rear 20 Carson 
O'Connell Jeremiah, laborer, house 21 Porter 
O'Connell Jeremiah, painter, boards 111 Dublin 
O'Connell John, cooper, house 30 Front 
O'Connell John, house 25 Fourth 
O'Connell John Mrs., house 37 Harvey, opposite Clay 
-O'Connell Michael, carpenter, house 214 Bridge 



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CAMBRIDGE [0] DIRECTORY. 323 

O'Connell Michael, flagman Dublin street crossing F. R. 

R., house 129 Dublin 
O'Connell Michael, laborer, house 273 Cambridge 
O'Connell Patrick, tailor, 195 Cambridge, house 65 Gore 
O'Connell Patrick, tailor, house 64 Washington 
O'Connell William, laborer, house 31 Rice 
O'Conner Cornelius, contractor, house 76 Spruce 
O'Conner Cornelius, carriage driver, house 7 Dyke 
O'Conner Cornelius, hostler, house 55 Amory 
O'Conners Dennis, laborer, house 30 Foster 
O'Connor Christopher, currier, house 18 Reed 
O'Connor Dennis, painter, boards 79 Brighton 
O'Connor Ellen, wixjow of Jeremiah, house 79 Brighton 
O'Connor Ellen, widow of Peter, h. Ninth, corner Otis 
O.'Connor James, carver, house 96 Gore 
O'Connor James, gardener, house 265 Franklin 
O'Connor Johanna, widow of Cornelius, h. 81 Brighton 
O'Connor Johanna, widow of Patrick, h. r. 167 Franklin 
O'Connor John, laborer, house 186 Green 
O'Connor John, laborer, boards 11 Sparks 
O'Connor John, carriage painter, boards 364 North av. . 
O'Connor Joseph, teamster, house Clifton, near Spruce 
O'Connor Joseph, jr., wheelwright, bds. Clifton, n. Spruce 
O'Connor Margaret Mrs., house 66 Harvard 
O'Connor Margaret, widow, house rear 19 Gore 
O'Connor Martin, mason, house 11 School [av. 

•O'Connor Mary, wid. of Wm., boarding-house, 364 North 
O'Connor Maurice, laborer, house 194 Dublin 
O'Connor Maurice R., clerk, boards 12 Appian-way 
O'Connor Maurice T., gardener, house 36 Ellery 
O'Connor Michael, gardener, house 194 Green [Boston 
O'Connor Michael, marble worker, 7 Cottage court, h. at 
O'Connor Michael, laborer, house 6 Jackson 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, house 103 Spruce 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, house 111 Elm 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, house 69 Spruce 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, house 11 Sparks 
O'Connor Sarah, widow of Maurice, house 31 Bow 
O'Connor Thomas, laborer, house 10 Murdock 
O'Connor Thomas, coachman, boards 186 Green 
O'Connor Thomas, teamster, 253 Cambridge, boards 

Ninth, near Otis 
O'Connor Timothy, laborer, house 20 Sparks 
O'Connor William, baker, boards 227 Cambridge 
O'Connors Patrick, laborer, house 14 Jackson, n. Harvey 
O'Conor Daniel F., wood turner, house 118 Spring 
O'Conor Margaret A. Mrs., dressmaker, 118 Spring, h.do. 
Odiorne Frederick, varnish manufacturer (7 India, B.), 

house 287 Harvard 






324 CAMBRIDGE [0] DIRECTORY. 

Odiorne William H., house 287 Harvard 
O'Donnell Ellen, widow, house 3 Broadway 
O'Donnell Francis, painter, boards foot of Third [Otis 
O'Donnell Hugh R., asst. pastor St. John's church, h. 83 
O'Donnell James, blacksmith, house 15 McCabe 
O'Donnell James, depot master B. &. L. & N. R. R., foot 

of Third, house do. 
O'Donnell James, boards rear 44 Washington 
O'Donnell Jas. P., painter, bds. Jas. O'Donnell's, Third 
O'Donnell Jeremiah, tailor, house rear 44 Washington 
O'Donnell John, tinsmith, house 170 Norfolk 
O'Donnell Joseph, cooper, house 1 Brooks 
O'Donnell Joseph, painter, bds. J. O'Donnell's, foot Third 
O'Donnell Mary, widow of Hugh, boards 5 Seventh 
O'Donnell Michael, boards rear 44 Washington 
O'Donnell Patrick, glass maker, house 26 Warren 
O'Donnell Peter, laborer, house 17 Grant 
O'Donnell Thomas, tinsmith, boards 3 Broadway 
O'Donnell William, carpenter, boards 1 Brooks 
O'Donnell William, laborer, house 17 Grant [h. do. 

P'Donohue Julia, wid. of John, furniture, 75 Cambridge, 
O'Dowd Jane, widow, house 84 Third 
Offinger Charles, house 19 Vine 

Ogilvie Elizabeth Mrs., house 2 Rogers blk., Washington 
Ogle Thomas Mrs., house 46 Hastings 
O'Haire Patrick, plasterer, house 15 Reed 
O'Hanlon Cornelius, clerk, 394 Cambridge, b. 109 Winsor 
O'Hara John, laborer, house 6 South 
O'Hara Peter, tailor, 567 Main, h. 92 Webster avenue 
O'Hara Thomas, laborer, house 54 North 
O'Hara Thomas, laborer, house Sydney, near Allston 
O'Hare Martin, house 10 Fayerweather 
O'Hare Stephen, laborer, house 303 Cambridge 
O'Hearn, see Ahearn 

O'Hearn Maurice, gardener, house 42 Foster 
O'Hearn Morris, laborer, house 48 Portland 
O'Hearn Timothy, laborer, house 27 Harvey 
O'Henley Daniel, cooper, house 7 Jefferson 
O'Keefe Daniel, grocer, 58 Spruce, house do. 
O'Keefe Jeremiah, laborer, boards 106 Tremont 
O'Keefe John A., student H. U., rooms 35 Gray's hall 
O'Keefe Mary, widow of James, house 54 Bolton 
O'Keefe Patrick, cabinet maker, 624 Main, b. 66 Hastings 
O'Keefe Timothy, laborer, house 27 Warren 
O'Keefe Timothy, paper hanger, house 4 Dickinson 
O'Leary Daniel, laborer, house rear 167 Franklin 
O'Leary Dennis, spinner, h. Putnam avenue, c. Somerset 
O Leary John, hostler, house 59 Brighton 
O'Leary John, carpenter, house 197 Dublin 






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O'Leary Lizzie Mrs., house 277 Cambridge 
O'Leary Mary, widow of Cornelius, house 8 Jefferson 
O'Leary Michael, stone mason, house 19 Banks 
O'Leary Patrick, laborer, house 52 Charles 
Oleomargarine Co. of Mass., near Fort Washington 
Olive Douglas (Olive & Kemp;, apothecary, 152 Harvard, 

boards 154 Harvard 
Olive George M., apothecary, 288 North a v., b. 144 Pearl 
Olive & Kemp (Douglas Olive and Edwin E. Kemp), 

apothecaries, 152 Harvard 
Oliver Charles, piano-forte maker, boards 108 Norfolk 
Oliver David M., provisions (26 F. H. Market, B.), house 

423 Broadway 
Oliver George P., piano-forte maker, house 108 Norfolk 
Oliver George R., piano-forte maker, boards 108 Norfolk 
Oliver Harris J., freight agent B. & A. R. R., 257 Cam- 
bridge, house at Maplewood [Prospect 
Oliver Hubbard, harness maker (150 Tremont, B.), h. Ill 
Oliver John, produce, 202 Bridge, house Bridge 
Oliver Robert H., carpenter, h. Warren, opp. Jefferson 
Oliver Sarah H., widow of David B., h. 12 Appian-way 
Oliver Wm. John, student H. U., rooms 19 Hollis hall 
Olm Frederick, cabinet maker, house rear 26 Vine 
Olmstead Chaney, widow, house rear 356 Broadway 
Olmstead Susan H. Mrs», house 70 Dana 
O'Loughlin John J., shoemaker, 117 Pleasant, h. do. 
Olsen Carl, actionmaker M. & H. O. Co., h. at Jamaica 
Plain [397 do. 
Olsen Charles (Moller & Co.), provisions, 403 Main, h. 
Olsen John, grainer, boards 41 Tremont 
Olson Andrew, fireman, Memorial hall 
Olson Jonas, grainer, Bridge, cor. Third, h. 41 Tremont 
Olson Victor, cabinet maker, h. Hixon's block, Portland 
O'Malley Austin, varnisher, 203 Bridge, house at Saugus 
O'Neal William, coachman, 560 Cambridge 
O'Neil Charles, laborer, house 8 Lechmere place 
O'Neil Daniel, laboror, boards Ninth, near Otis 
O'Neil Edward, laborer, house 24 Dunster 
O'Neil Dennis, tailor, 436>£ Harvard, house at W. Som- 

erville 
O'Neil Felix, laboror, house rear 25 Grant 
O'Neil James, laborer, house 53 Clark 
O'Neil Jeremiah, laborer, house Potter, near Third 
O'Neil John, gardener, house 178 Hampshire 
O'Neil Martin, laborer, house 5 Dyke 
O'Neil Mary, widow of Patrick, house 56 Broadway 
O'Neil Michael, laborer, house 5 Tuttle 
O'Neil Michael, laborer, house 14 Railroad 
ONeil Michael, teamster, boards 85 Brookline 






326 CAMBRIDGE [0] DIRECTORY. 

O'Neil Patrick, laborer, house rear 58 Winter 

O'Neil Patrick, laborer, house 9 Railroad 

O'Neil Patrick, laborer, bouse 277 Cambridge 

O'Neil Thomas, teamster, house 106 Harvard 

O'Neil Thomas, teamster, h. Plymouth, cor. Berkshire 

O'Neil Walter, laborer, house rear 27 Charles 

O'Neil William, laborer, house 19 Murdock 

ONeill Arthur, pressman (B.), boards 7 Vine 

O'Neill Edward Mrs., house 21 Avon 

O'Neill James, cabinet maker (Charlestown, B.), house 

rear 24 Vine 
O'Neill Jas. E., bookkeeper. (129 Milk, B.), bds. 17 Fifth 
O'Neill John, laborer, house 7 Vine . 
O'Neill John, stonecutter, house 172 Third 
O'Neill John H., furniture polisher (18 Canal, B.), boards 

7 Vine 
O'Neill Peter, stonecutter, house 172 Third 
O'Neill Samuel O., baker Wm. Wright 
O'Neill Sarah, widow of James, house 17 Fifth 
O'Neill Walter E., clerk F. R. R. (B.), house 21 Avon 
Opdycke Leonard E., student H. U., rooms 43 Beck hall 
Orcutt Alfred H., collector (51 North Market, B.),house 

148 Brookline 
Orcutt David H., book finisher, boards 13 Union 
Orcutt Henry J., mason, rooms 26. Mt. Auburn 
Orcutt Ira B., house 17 Upton 

Orcutt Jane H., widow of Wm. H., house 13 Union 
Orcutt Wallace A., baker F. A. Kennedy, bds. 518 Main 
Orcutt William A., bookbinder (11 Chardon, B.), house 

29 Hews 
Orcutt William H., house 17 Upton 
Orcutt William H., attorney at law, (20 Court, room 7 

B.), boards 17 Upton 
Orcutt William J., clerk, boards 148 Brookline 
Ordway Aaron, boards 18 Pearl 

O'Reagan John, laborer, h. Lexington av.,2d from No. av. 
O'Reilley Francis, mason, house 11 Holly avenue 
O'Riley Thomas, laborer, house 152 Charles 
Ormsby John, laborer, house 7 Gordon place 
Orne Caroline F. Miss, house 51 Auburn 
Orne Charles P., clerk 493 Main, boards 495 do. 
Orne Joel S., apothecary, 433 Main, house 495 do. 
Orne John, jr., teacher physical department High School, 

house 104 Ellery 
Orolious Mrs., house 88 Harvard 
Orphans Home, Avon hill, near Linnsean 
Orr Wm. Rev., pastor St. Pauls church, house 24 DeWolf 
Osborn Adolphus, soap and paper makers supplies (25 

Central wharf, B.), house 141 Austin [Soden 

Osborn Charles A., collector (151 Hanover, B.), house 14 



CAMBRIDGE [0] DIRECTORY. 327 

Osborn Charles M., student H. XL, rms. 49 Matthews hall 
Osborn Eldorado, kindling wood, Broadway, near R. R. 

crossing, house 60 Sydney 
Osborn Francis A., commission clerk (25 Central wharf, 

B.), boards 141 Austin 
Osborn Frank E., boards 4 Charles River 
Osborn Ira, house 40 Hancock 
Osborn James D. Mrs., house 130 Washington 
Osborn Jesse, messenger Shawmut National Bank (60 

Congress, B.), house 202 Putnam avenue 
Osborn Joel G., printer, boards 100 Austin 
Osborn Mary F. Mrs., house 50 Columbia 
Osborn Moses, hairdresser, house 172 Hampshire 
Osborn Nancy, widow of Joseph, house 6 William 
Osborn William, boards 175 Brattle 
Osborne Anna Miss, private school, 35 Norfolk, h. do. 
Osborne Horace K., leather (194 Congress, B.), h. 17 Lee 
Osborne Mary A. Mrs., house 35 Norfolk 
Osborne Susan O. Mrs., house 6 Mt. Auburn 
Osgood Annie F. Miss, teacher Shepard grammar school, 

boards 229 North avenue [School 

Osgood Chas. N., student H. U., rooms Episcopal Theo. 
Osgood George, salesman, house 729 Cambridge 
Osgood George E. Rev., rooms 3 Lawrence hall 
Osgood George L., teacher of music (149 A., Tremont, 

B.), house 2 Divinity avenue 
Osgood Henry B., student H. U., rooms 43 Weld hall 
Osgood Julia H. Miss, teacher Shepard grammar school 

boards Elm, cor. Beech [Cambridge 

Osgood Walter G., compositor (31 State, B.), house 729 
Osgood William T., salesman (Washington, B.), house 

729 Cambridge 
O'Shea Dennis, teamster, h. Montgomery, 4th from Spruce 
O'Shea John, teamster, bds. Dennis O'Shea's, Montgomery 
O'Shea William, book binder, house 178 Hampshire 
O'Shea William H., salesman, 480 Cambridge, house at 

Somerville [do. 

Osthues Henry, saloon and boarding-house, 33 Fifth, h. 
O'Sullivan Daniel, boards 9 Carson 
O'Sullivan Michael, gardener, house 14 Mill 
O'Sullivan Rose, widow of John, house 9 Carson 
Otenwelder George, tanner, house 27 Harvey 
Otis Emma C, widow of Wm. S., teacher, h. 65 Magazine 
Otis George, laborer, house 3 Foster's block, Main 
Otis Harrison Gray, student H. U., rooms 25 Holyoke 
Otis James, student H. U., rooms 8 Ellery 
Otis James K., designer (42 Chardon, B.), h. 36 Bigelow 
Otis Louis, brick maker, house 124 Dublin 
Otis William G., house 715 Cambridge 



328 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Otis William S., student H. U., rooms 25 Holyoke 

O'Toole Edward, stone cutter, house 2 Pelham 

O'Toole James, laborer, house 1 Pioneer 

O'Toole Patrick, shoe maker, 34 Charles, house do. 

Ottersan James F. J., student, rooms 1 Elmer 

Otto Carle, law student H. XL, boards 106 Inman 

Otto Catherine, widow of William, house 62 Harvard 

Otto Henry, laborer, house 10 Fourth street place 

Otto John, machinist, house 62 Harvard 

Outhwaite Charlotte Mrs., upholstress, house Western 

avenue, cor. Central place 
Owen Daniel E., woodwork for artists, State, cor. Osborn 

and 555 Main, boards 2 Columbia 
Owen George, house 17 Ellsworth avenue 
Owen John, author, boards 17 Ellsworth avenue 
Owen Nathaniel Mrs., boarding-house, 2 Columbia 
Owen Wm. H., at Daniel E. Owen's, State, b. 2 Columbia 
Owens James, plasterer, house Carson, corner Gore 
Owens James, laborer, house Rolling Mill block, Bristol 
Owler William, printer Riverside Press, h. 25 Blackstone 
Oxford Charles W. (J. M. Oxford & Co.), furniture and 

kitchen furnishing gqpds, 259 Main, h. at Woburn 
Oxford Joseph M. (J. M. Oxford & Co.), furniture and 

kitchen furnishing goods, 529 Main, h. 24 Cottage 
Oxford J. M. & Co. (Joseph M. and Charles W. Oxford), 

furniture and kitchen furnishing goods, 529 Main 

PACKARD ALMOND, florist, boards 8 Martin's block, 

Hubbard avenue 
Packard Alonzo (Packard & Burrill), brush manufacturer,. 

(8 Union, B.), house 101 Thorndike 
Packard Emery J., carpenter, house 90 Norfolk 
Packard Frederick Mrs., house Francis av. [White 

Packard Frederick A., com. mer. (24 Hawley, B.), h. 7 
Packard Leonard H., carpenter, house 26 Tremont 
Packard N. Lincoln, carpenter, State, cor. Osborn, boards 

42 Winsor 
Packer Clinton M., builder, boards 28 Chestnut 
Packer James W., builder, house 28 Chestnut 
Page Edwin M., driver F. A. Kennedy, bds. 2 Columbia 
Page George G. (Geo G. Page & Co.;, box mnfr., Broad- 
way, junc. Hampshire, house 445 Cambridge 
Page George G. & Co. (Geo. G., Ovando G., and Wesley 

L. Page), box mnfrs., Hampshire, junc. Broadway 
Page Gilman, box maker, boards 21 Harvard 
Page Henry D., student H. U., rooms 43 Weld hall 
Page Julia, widow of Asa, house 37 Pleasant 
Page J. Emma Miss, house 212J4 North avenue 
Page Lucy A. Mrs., house 5 Dover 



CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 329 

Page Orlando A., clerk, rooms 10 Mt. Auburn 

Page Ovando G. (George G. Page & Co.), box mnfr., 

Hampshire, junc. Broadway, house 141 Washington 
Page Paul T., house 115 Inman 
PAGE PERKINS C, butter and cheese (24 Suffolk 

market, B.), house 21 Prospect 
Page Sarah H. Miss, private school, 29 Everett, bds. do. 
Page Wesley L. (George G. Page & Co.), box mnfr., 

Hampshire, junction Broadway, bouse 127 Norfolk 
Page Wiliiam, house 23 Lee 

Page William C. D., machinist, 72 Main,h. 21 Washington 
Paige Dennis A. (Paige & Gove), cheese maker, 15 Sec- 
ond, boards School street, Somerville 
Paige Edwin M., driver, 502 Main, boards 2 Columbia 
Paige Lucius R., house 112 Washington 
Paige & Gove (Dennis A. Paige and Archibald R. Gove), 

wholesale milk dealers and cheese mnfrs., 15 Second 
Paine Calvin C, carriage maker, house 46 Winsor 
Paine Charles M., optician (544 Washington, B.), house 

84 Washington 
Paine Cordelia F., widow of Charles A., house 7 Park 
Paine Eben H., clerk (112 Arch, B.), bds. 162 North av. 
Paine Frederick W., boards 84 Washington [Sparks 

Paine Henry W., counsellor (53 Tremont, B.), house 66 
Paine Isaac, sea captain* house 8 Jay 
Paine James L., student H. U., boards 8 Dana 
Paine John K., professor of music H. IT., h. 8 Frisbie pi. 
Paine John S., furniture (48 Canal, B.),. house 8 Dana 
Paine Josiah R., trunks, valises, etc., 600 Main, house do. 
Paine Oren O., sea captain, boards 8 Jay 
Paine Robt. S., bookkeeper, 211 Bridge, h. at Somerville 
Paine Wm. L., jr., salesman, 17 Brattle, b. 45 Mt. Auburn 
Palfrey Caznau Rev., house 19 Everett 
Palfrey John G., author, house Oxford, opposite Everett 
Palmas Charles, janitor Agassiz school, h. rear 81 Oxford 
Palmer Allison H., tuner M. & H. Organ Co., h. at Chelsea 
Palmer Anna, widow of Joshua R., house 83 Broadway 
Palmer George, boards 83 Broadway [h. 3 Garden 

Palmer George H., assistant professor of philosophy H. U., 
Palmer Granville, carpenter, 113 Broadway, h. 19 Bigelow 
Palmer James M., secretary Boston Gas Economizing Co. 

(1 Pemberton sq., B.), house 21 Fayette 
Palmer James S., confectioner, boards 34 Broadway 
Palmer John, cutter, house 34 Broadway 
Palmer John, groceries, &c, Gore, cor. Second, h. 86 Gore 
Palmer John K., physician, house 736 Main 
Palmer Nancy C. Miss, house 89 Gore 
Palmer Patrick, laborer, house 188 Norfolk 
Pancoast Benjamin, tinman, house 102 Western avenue 



330 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Pancoast Chas. W., bookkeeper, 446 Main, h. r. 63 Auburn 
Pariseau Joseph, house 50 Holyoke 

Park Abbie Mrs., dressmaker, h. 25 Sydney [Second 

Park Edward G., engineer B. L. & N. R. R., rooms 27 
Park Geo. W"., lawyer (48 Congress, B.), h. 24 Arlington 
Park John, foreman of carpenters, 113 Broadway, house 

49>£ Clark 
Park Jonathan, wood turner, house 9 Broadway 
Parke Thomas, jr., at F. A. Kennedy's, house 35 Pleasant 
Parke W. Francis, student, rooms 100 Mt. Auburn 
PARKER ARTEMAS, stone contractor, Gore's wharf, 

Third, house at Boston 
Parker Bridget, widow of John T., house 249 Franklin 
Parker Carlton Mrs., house 30 Tremont 
Parker Charles A., student H. IT., rooms 50 Matthews hall 
Parker Charlotte R., widow of John, h. 46 Trowbridge 
Parker Christopher C, waiter Memorial hall, rooms 

Holmes place 
Parker Daniel W., house 132 Pearl • [Tremont 

Parker Edward H., salesman (27 Winter, B.), boards 30 
Parker Eliza C. Miss, house 23 Garden 
Parker Ellen, widow of Thomas B., h. 16 Farwell place 
Parker Ellen M. Miss, teacher Thorndike grammar school, 

boards 51 Sixth 
Parker Frank K, clerk (33 Summer, B.), b. 30 Tremont 
Parker Frederick A., student H. U., rooms 23 Green 
Parker Fred. C. (Aaron & Parker), cigar maker, 447)^ 

Main, house 445>£ do. [Hancock 

Parker F. Edward, salesman (13 Federal, B.), house 30 
Parker George, clerk, boards 64 Antrim 
Parker George C, boards 30 Tremont 
Parker George E., brush maker, house 89 Vine 
Parker George E., jr., machinist B. & L. R. R. machine 

shop, boards 89 Vine 
PARKER HORATIO G., lawyer (186 Washington, B.), 

house 29 Concord avenue 
Parker Herbert, student H. IL, rooms 15 Matthews hall 
Parker James, student H. U., rooms 10 Holyoke house 
Parker John, laborer, house 14 Dublin [bridge 

Parker Lawrence L., fireman B. & L. R. R., h. 70 Cam- 
Parker Leland N\, dry goods and small wares, Lyceum 

building, Harvard square, house Avon place 
Parker Levi W., clerk (66 Chauncy, B.), bds. 38 Second 
Parker Luther L., deputy sheriff, office Lechmere Bank 

building, E. C, house 38 Second 
Parker Marcellus, conductor U. R. Co., h. 26 Hamilton 
Parker Marshall W., paper hanger, house 310 Harvard 
Parker Mary M., widow of Joel, house 5 Craigie 
Parker Matilda, widow of John, house 67 Western av. 



CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 331 

Parker Sanford A., confectioner, house 10 Green 
Parker Theodore E., student H. IT., rooms 2 Hoi worthy 
hall [West Somerville 

Parker Thomas, hay and grain, 240 and 242 Main, h. at 
Parker Willard, clerk (112 Arch, B.), boards 30 Tremont 
Parker William, bar tender, 111 Cambridge, b. 22 Fifth 
Parkhill Samuel J., printer (50 Bromfield, B.), boards 1 

Lamson place 
Parkhurst Charles F., painter, house 2 Squire's court 
Parkinson Henry A., teamster, house 180 Winsor 
Parkinson John F., butcher, house 105 Webster avenue 
Parkinson Louisa A., widow, house 45 Winter 
Parkinson Richard J., coach driver, house 45 Winter 
Parks James H., policeman, station 2, house 20 Suffolk 
Parks Jane, widow of James, house 58 Amory 
Parks John, clerk 203 North av., rooms 31 Holyoke 
Parks Joseph, (Boston), boards 58 Amory 
Parks Maggie, Miss, nurse, house 58 Sydnev 
Parks Royal Henry, clerk, 530 Cambridge, h. 20 Suffolk 
Parks William, iron molder, 368 Main, house 8 Moore 
Parlin Herbert, law stndent, boards 37 Essex [man 

Parlin Simon W., bookkeeper (48 Summer, B.), h. Ill In- 
Parmenter Allston, boards 1 Austin place 
Parmenter Ezra, bridge commissioner and overseer of 

poor, house 37 Second 
Parmenter James P., student H. U., rms. 49 Thayer hall 
Parmenter William H., driver Thurston, Hall & Co., h. 

12 Essex 
Parr William H., machinist M. & H. O. Co., house North 

avenue, corner Lambert avenue 
Parris Eli, laborer, house 74 Harvard 
Parris Mary Mrs., house 3 Webster avenue [29 Rice 

Parry C. Ephraim, brick manufacturer, foot Raymond, h. 
Parry James R., messenger W. U. Telegraph Co., 98 

Cambridge, boards 28 Winter 
Parry John E., clerk, 225 North av., house 223 do. 
Parry Martha A., widow of James, dressmaker, 28 Win- 
ter, house do. [bds. 29 Rice 
Parry William A., engineer C. E. Parry, foot Raymond, 
Parsons Albert S., treasurer Cambridgeport Diary Co. 

(117 Devonshire, B.), house 27 Ellsworth avenue 
Parsons Alexander, clerk, 18 River, house 50 do. 
Parsons Allen B., carpenter, 5 Palmer, near Brattle, house 

35 Mellon 
Parsons Charles, grocer, 18 River, house 122 Auburn 
PARSONS CHARLES A., fish dealer, 215 North ave- 
nue, house 35 Mellen 
Parsons Elizabeth, widow, house 122 Auburn 
Parsons George, house 122 Auburn 



332 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Parsons George Allen, house 35 Mellen 

Parsons Harmon, carpenter and hardware, 200)£ North 

avenue, house 25 Walden, corner Westford 
Parsons Henry K. (H. K. Parsons & Co f ), boarding and 

livery stable, also hay and straw, 196 North avenue, 

boards 10 Russell 
Parsons H. K. & Co. (Henry K. Parsons and George H. 

True), boarding and livery stable, also hay and straw, 

196 North avenue 
Parsons James B., confectioner, boards 64 Broadway 
Parsons Joseph, gardener J. G. Coolidge, boards do. 
Parsons Josiah P., carpenter, boards 25 Walden 
Parsons Marion Mrs., house 64 Broadway [len 

Parsons Mary E. Miss, teacher (Nantasket), bds. 35 Mel- 
Parsons Sylvanus M., cattle broker, house 10 Russell 
Parsons Theophilus, ex-professor of law, h. 54 Garden 
Parsons Mary A. Mrs., house 35 Mellen [Harvard 

Partridge David, case maker M. & H. O. Co., bds. 179)£ 
Partridge J. C, clerk, 106 Cambridge, boards 59 Third 
Partridge Polly, widow of Henry, house 11 Meacham 
Partridge Rebecca Mrs., house 24 Mellen 
Pasco Amelia, widow of John, house 37 Cottage 
Pasco John J., clerk (47 Franklin, B.), house 37 Cottage 
Pasco Louis A., clerk (B.), boards 37 Cottage 
Patch Amos G., produce (cellar 1 New F. H. Market, 

B.), house 34 Tremont [vard 

Patch Charles A., printer (73 Federal, B.), bds. 269 Har- 
Patch Charles R., oils (7 Central wharf, B.), house 269 

Harvard [bds. 13 Shepard 

Patch Helen E. Miss, copyist Probate office, Court House, 
Patch Howard W., printer (73 Federal, B.), boards 269 

Harvard 
Patch J. Albert H., action maker, 624 Main, h. 18 Howard 
Patch Levi M., hairdresser, 431 Main, house 1 State 
Patch Matilda S., widow of J. M., house 4 Upton 
Patch Otis, clerk (cellar 1 New F. H. Market, B.), boards 

34 Tremont 
Patch ett Edward, gate keeper Mt. Auburn cemetery, h. 

Mt. Auburn, corner Lowell 
Patchett James, in Boston Rolling Mill, h. at Chelsea 
Patrick Ralph, printer (Arch, B.), house 6 Beech 
Patriquin John M., salesman (9 Winter, B.), h. 7 Hamilton 
Patt Julia, widow of Michael, house 196 Franklin 
Pattee Asa D., livery stable (22 Portland, B.), house 236 

Putnam avenue 
Pattee Charles H., attorney at law (33 School, room 20, 

B.), boards 236 Putnam avenue 
Patten Albert, on E. R. R., bds. 12 Rogers block, Main 
Patten Albert G., painter, house 12 Rogers block,' Main 



CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 333 

Patten Frank B., student H. U., rooms 19 College house 
Patten Fred. A, teamster, h. Squire's brick block, Gore 
Patten John, laborer, house 119 Fourth 
Patten S. Lizzie, widow of Thaddeus, h. 134 Thorndike 
Patterson Catherine Miss, h. foot Harvey, at Arlington line 
Patterson Elizabeth, widow, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Patterson Mary, wid. of Win., bds. Squire's brick blk., Gore 
Patterson Robert, laborer, bds. 2 Linnehan's block, Third 
Patterson Robert F., student H. U., rms. 42 Divinity hall 
Patterson William, carpenter, house rear 141 Columbia 
Paul Henry C, molder Geo. A. Denham & Co., house 55 

Spring 
Paul Henry S., carpenter and stair builder, 85 Brighton, 

house 39 Putnam avenue 
Pauline John, mariner, house 43 Vine [House 

Paullin Daniel E., student H. U, rooms 13 Wadsworth 
Payne Charles W. Mrs., house 10 Jay 
Payne Frank, driver, boaids 15 Perry 
Payne Joseph, expressman, house 303 Cambridge 
Payne Richard, laborer, house 115 Columbia 
Payne Richard, jr., waiter, boards 115 Columbia 
Payne, see Paine , [Norfolk 

Payson Joseph H., box maker G. G. Page & Co., h. 127 
Pay ton Lucy Mrs., house 71 Pleasant 
Peabody Andrew P., preacher to the University and 
Plummer prof, of christian morals IT. XL, h. 11 Quincy 
Peabody Elizabeth P. Miss, boards 19 Follen 
Peabody Francis G., pastor First Parish church, house 

Shepard, near Garden 
Peach William, jr., painter, house 82 River 
Peacock William A., bookkeeper, basement 622 Main, 
boards 30 Upton [Medford 

Peak Horatio N., jr., tuner M. & H. Organ Co., house at 
Peak Howard F. (Peak & Anderson), roofer, 402 Har- 
vard, house 2 Charles River 
Peak & Anderson (Howard F. Peak and John E. Ander- 
son), slating and roofing, 402 Harvard 
Pear Charles M., house 17 Worcester 
Pear Isaac S. (Pettingill & Pear), spring bed mnfr., Os- 
born's mills, State, store (35 Brattle, B.), h. 7 Howard 
Pear John B., boards 17 Worcester 
Pear Joseph S., boards 28 Front 
Pear Sarah A. E. Miss, house 28 Front 
Pear Sarah R., widow of John S., house 17 Worcester 
Pear Thomas, jeweler (27 Avery, B.), house 42 Essex 
Pearl Solomon, milkman, house 119 Prospect 
Pearson Alexander C, paper hanger, 12 Prospect, h. do. 
Pearson Augusta, widow, house 20 Prince 
Pearson Charles S., paper hanger, house 125 Washington 



334 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Pearson George H., clerk, 595 Main, boards 20 Prince 
Pearson John A., leather cutter, house 10 Essex 
Pearson John D., book binder, house 9 Sydney [dell 

Pearson Legh R., printer John Wilson & Son, h. 30 Wen- 
Pearson Martha J. M. Mrs., house 68 Dana 
Pearson Mary D. Mrs., house 9 Sydney 
Pearson Nancy, widow of Simon, house 12 Pleasant 
Pearson William, bookkeeper (102 Pearl, B.), b. 9 Sydney 
Pease Charles K., tin plate worker, boards 5 Rockwell 
Pease Curtis S., bookkeeper Boston Ice Co., Prison Point 

bridge, house at Lynn 
Pease Daniel, jr., salesman (36 Avon, B.), house 60 Dana 
Pease Mathew, carpenter, boards 27 Warland 
Peaslee Cyrus, provisions (40 F. H. square, B.), house 

Richdale avenue, near Walden 
Peasley Susan Mrs., house 101 Spring 
Pechet Joseph, laborer, house 148 Spruce 
Peck Harriet W. Mrs., house 4 Everett 
Peirce Benjamin, Perkins professor of astronomy and 

mathematics H. U. and consulting geometer II. S. 

coast survey, house 4 Kirkland place 
Peirce Benjamin O. (16 Kilby, B.), house 413 Broadway 
Peirce Benjamin O., jr., boards 413 Broadway 
Peirce Charles S., U. S. coast survey, house 6 Arrow 
Peirce Charlotte E. Miss, house 4 Kirkland place 
Peirce F. Thomas, laborer, house 418 Main 
Peirce Harriet Mrs., house 8 Allen [place 

Peirce Herbert H. D., furniture (5 Park, B.), h. 4 Kirkland 
Peirce James M., University professor of mathematics H. 

U., rooms 47 Matthews hall 
Peirce Mary F., teacher High school, boards 91 Magazine 
Peirce, see Pierce, also Pearce 

Peircy John A., boiler maker, h. 4 Rogers block, Main 
Pellew Wm. Geo., student H. IT., rms. 23 Hoi worthy hall 
Peltier Jos. O., organ maker, 101 Gore, h. at Somerville 
Pendergast John T., laborer, house 8 Cambridge 
Pendexter Frances E., teacher Gore primary school, bds. 

80 Fourth 
Pendexter Maria Miss, house 80 Fourth 
Pendlebury Alice Miss, machine operator, b. 93 Winsor 
Peudlebury Ellen Miss, hair work, 93 Winsor, h. do. 
Pendlebury James R., printer, boards 93 Winsor 
Pendlebury Peter Mrs., house 93 Winsor 
Pendleton Augustus M., clerk, h. 41 Spruce, cor. Hollis 
Pentield John S., potter, house 36 River 
Penka Christiana, widow, house 159 Broadway 
Penka Frederick, shoemaker, 159 Broadway, house do. . 
Pennell Ellington (Pennell & Co.), hardware, etc., 57 

Cambridge, house 11 Sixth 



CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 335 

Pennell Frank H., clerk, 15 Second, boards 11 Sixth 
Pennell James F. (Pennell & Co.), hardware, etc., 57 

Cambridge, house 114 Thorndike 
Pennell & Co. (Ellington and James F. Pennell), hard- 
ware and stoves, 57 Cambridge 
Penney James S., farmer, boards Richard Penney's, foot 
Harvey, at Arlington line [at Somerville 

Penney John D., farmer Richard Penney, foot Harvey, h. 
Penney Richard, farmer, h. foot Harvey, at Arlington line 
Penney Thomas W., policeman, station 5, house Elm, 

corner Russell 
Penniman Albert B., printer, house 297 Broadway 
Penniman Benjamin F., printer, house 129 Pearl 
Penniman Charles, tinsmith, house 158 Putnam avenue 
Penniman Thomas J. (T. J. Penniman & Co.), carriage 

painter, 446 Main, house 9 State 
Penniman T. J. & Co. (Thomas J. Penniman), carriage 

painters, 446 and 448 Main 
Penning Fred J., varnisher, house 124 Gore 
Pennock N. Arthur, reed maker, house 1 Plymouth 
Penny Mary, widow, house 10 Donnell 
Pennyhacker James L., student II. U., rms. 56 Thayer hall 
Penrose Boies, student H. U., rooms 2 Gerry 
Penrose Charles B., student H. U., rooms 2 Gerry 
Peoples Tea Store, 106 Cambridge 
Pepper Rosanna, widow of Thomas, h. 74 Sacramento 
Pepper William, box maker, boards 74 Sacramento 
Pereault Odilon, brick maker, house 100 Dublin 
Perham John, house 97 Columbia 
Perkin Augustus M., painter, house 11 Amory 
Perkins Chas. W., clerk (51 No. Market, B.),h. 97 Inman 
Perkins Edward C., student H. U., rooms 47 Beck hall 
Perkins Elisha K., cooper (Boston wharf, First, South 

Boston), house 47 Pearl 
Perkins George A., house 7 Everett T104 Auburn 

Perkins Hamilton H., clerk (20 F. H. Market, B.), house 
Perkins Jacob W., painter, house 53 Mt. Auburn 
Perkins Jennie Estelle Miss, music teacher, b. 11 Amory 
Perkins John, jr., house 32 Hancock 
Perkins John F., tuner M. & li. O. Co., h. at Medford 
Perkins John K., bracket and frame maker, bds. 47 Pearl 
Perkins Levi, carpenter, house 7 Everett 
Perkins Levi G., painter, 282 Broadway, h. at Somerville 
Perkins Mary Miss, teacher private school, 780 Main, 

boards do. 
Perkins Susan S., widow of H. H., house 16 Lake [cock 
Perkins Walter S., salesman (4 Chauncy, B.), b. 32 Han- 
Perley George H., student H. U., rms. 22 Matthews hall 
Perrin Franklin, granite (19 Doaue, B.), h. 37 Chauncy 



336 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Perrin Wra. M., law student H. U., boards 33 Bigelow 
Perry Arthur, student H. U., rooms 56 Thayer hall 
Perry Benjamin F., printer, house 33 Holyoke 
Perry Benjamin W\, carpenter, house 26 Tremont 
Perry Caroline M. Miss, copyist, Court House, boards at 

Concord 
Perry Charles E., blacksmith, house 117 Otis [yoke 

Perry Chas. F., asst. shipper (33 Summer, B.), b. 33 Hol- 
Perry Eben F., news agent (F. R. R. depot, B.), boards 

53 Otis 
Perry Eugene, painter, 3 Sargent, house do. 
Perry Foster, carpenter, house 12 Putnam court 
Perry Frederick G., student H. U., boards 10 Oxford 
Perry George M., student H. U., rooms 864 Main 
Perry Harriet Mrs., boarding-house, 10 Oxford 
Perry Herbert M., student H. U., rms. 31 College house 
Perry James H. M., teamster, house 115 Columbia 
Perry Joseph, hairdresser, 177 Bridge, boards M. N. Da- 

Ponte's, Fourth [Market 

Perry Joseph L., salesman (35 F. H. Market, B.), house 44 
Perry Louis, bread store, 119 Gore, house do. 
Perry Marshall (Norris & Perry), coal and wood, 6 West- 

1 ern avenue, house at Boston 
Perry Oliver H., house 153 Otis 

Perry Thos. S., instructor in English H. U., h. at Boston 
Perry Win, chair painter (39 Fulton, B.), h. 258 Bridge 
Pervear Hiram K. Rev., pastor First Baptist Society, 

house 314 Broadway 
Pesch Henry, gilder (111 Washington, B.), h. 25 Fifth 
Peters Charles J., stereotyper (73 Federal, B.), house 110 

Austin [12 Fayette 

Peters Charles J., jr., stereotyper (73 Federal, B.), house 
Peters George E., printer(73 Federal, B.), h. 107 Austin 
Peters Geo. Gorham, student H. IT., rms. 33 Matthews hall 
Peters Henry P., clerk (P. O., B.), house 95 Hampshire 
Peters Isaac A., printer Boston Journal (B.), house 248 

Broadway 
Peters Samuel S., porter, house 41 Hampshire 
Peters Wm. York, student H. U., rms. 25 Holyoke house 
Peterson Benjamin D., ship chandlery (80 Commercial, 

B.), house 92 Magazine 
Peterson Carl, coachman, 13 Waterhouse, boards do. 
Peterson Hans, cabinet maker, house 41 Brookline 
Peterson John B., house 63 Washington 
Peterson John F., cabinet maker, house 114 Harvard 
Peterson John M., teamster^ boards 83 Broadway 
Peterson John P., carriage body maker (B.), h. 17 Carson 
Peterson Mary E., house Plymouth, n. Webster avenue 
Pettengill Edwin M., house 46 Prospect 



CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTOUT. 337 

Pettengill Frederick M., bookkeeper (129 Pearl, B.), b. 

70 North avenue 
Pettengill Joel C, watchman, house 8 Hamilton 
Pettengill Jonathan M., cashier National Exchange Bank 

(28 State, B.), h. 70 North avenue 
Pettingill William H., house 646 Cambridge, n. Ellery 
Pettingill Wm. H., jr., oil hat maker, bds. 42 Second 
Pettingill Joseph R., house 836 Main 
Pettingill Sarah, widow of Benjamin A., h. 3 Columbia 
Pettingill & Pear (Isaac S. Pear), spring bed mnfrs., Os- 

born's mills, State, salesroom (35 Brattle, B.) 
Petts Adam, house Portland, near Harvard 
Petts Annie Mrs., house Portland, near Hastings 
Pevereily George A., house 3 Amory place 
Peverelly Rebecca, widow of Anthony, h. 3 Amory place 
Pew Charles H., student H. U., rooms 23 Beck hall 
Pew Wm. Andrews, student H. U., rras. 37 Thayer hall 
Pfleger Gotlieb, laborer, house 12 Winter [Fourth 

Phalan Philip B., brass finisher F. Draper & Co., bds. 33 
Phalen Lucy R., widow of Joseph, boarding-house, rear 

5 Harvard square [vard square 

Phalen Walter S., paper collar maker, boards rear 6 Har- 
Phalen William, gardener, h. Elmwood aw, c. Mt Auburn 
Phalen William E., clerk, boards 72 Washington 
Phelan Annie Miss, dressmaker, house 204 Hampshire 
Phelan Edmund M., cooper, house 137 Brookline 
Phelan Edmund T., diary maker, house 137 Brookline 
Phelan Jeremiah J., switchman F. R. R., bds. 40 Bolton 
Phelan Patrick, furniture, 383 Main, house do. 
Phelan Thomas J., stone cutter, boards 40 Bolton 
Phelan Timothy A., house 30 Mt. Auburn 
Phelan William, case maker, house 72 Washington 
Phelan William, laborer, house 4U Bolton 
Phelps Albert S., at University Press, bds. 1 Whitney ct. 
Phelps Daniel W., laborer, house Portland, n. Hastings 
Phelps Samuel B., carpenter, house 5 Everett 
Phelps S. D., house 85 Putnam avenue 
Phelps William H., electrotyper, house 74 Green 
Philbrick Louisa D., widow of Ira R., house 4 Rogers 

block, Main [Boston 

Phillips Archer XV., clothes repairer, 449 Main, house at 
Phillips Charles A., bar tender, 2 Winter, boards 7 do. 
Phillips Chas. W., jr., clerk (Somerville), boards 307 

North avenue [avenue 

Phillips Charles W., conductor U. R. Co., h. 307 North 
Phillips Edward, furrier, 593)^ Main, rooms 6 Brookline 
Phillips Edward E., student H. V"., rms. 28 Stoughton hall 
Phillips Edwin W\, boards 19 Orchard 
Phillips Ellen, widow of Chas., nurse, house 7 Winter 
22 



338 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Phillips Enos Burt, shoe manufacturer, 37 and 39 Clark, 

and (68 Pearl, B.), h. 80 Washington 
Phillips George H., house 48 Fifth 
Phillips I vers C. Mrs., house 19 Orchard 
Phillips James, printer, house 123 Elm 
Phillips James, plasterer, house 59 Franklin 
Phillips Joseph S., cigars, etc., 599 Main, h. 59 Pleasant 
Phillips Stephen A., house 49 Western avenue 
Phillips William M., student H. IT., rooms 33 Gray's hall 
Philpott David, carpenter, house 47 Banks 
Phinney Charles F., machinist, 72 Main, bds. 179 do. 
Phinney Emily H. Miss, teacher Webster grammar school, 

boards 100 Austin 
Phinney Hugh M., pattern maker, 240 Broadway, h. do. 
Pickard Joseph, laborer, house rear 28 Washington 
Pickering Edward Charles, director of the Observatory, 

Phillips prof, of Astronomy, and prof, of Geodesy, h. 

Observatory, Garden 
Pickering John, student H. U., rooms 12 Story 
Pickering McLaurin F., ship broker and com. mer. (13 

Exchange pi., B.), h. 71 Magazine 
Pickett Charles E., wheelwright, 396 Main, h. 82 Elm 
Pickett George E., clerk Orrin Hall, boards 21 Shepard 
Pickett Joseph J., mason, house 21 Western avenue 
Pickett Mary E., dressmaker, boards 21 Shepard 
Pickett Nancy, widow of Samuel, house 21 Shepard 
Pickett N. Ella Miss, bds. 21 Shepard [Worcester 

Pierce Albert H., bookkeeper (7 Exchange pi., B.), h. 26 
Pierce Alex. McLeod, printer Riverside Press, house 105 

Putnam avenue [Broadway 

Pierce Charles E., ventilators, etc., 42 Elm, house 342 
Pierce Clara, widow of Andrew, house Mt. Auburn, opp. 

the Cemetery 
Pierce Edward E., house 32 Front 
Pierce Eugene W., carpenter, house 65 Mt. Auburn 
Pierce Ezekiel P, house 279 Broadway 
Pierce Eliza A. Mrs., dressmaker, house 11 Walden 
Pierce Forester H., plumber, bds. 15 Lake View av. 
Pierce Francis E., restaurant, 203 North av. h. 9 Walden 
Pierce Frank K., at F. A. Kennedy's, boards 430 Main 
Pierce Frank W., expressman, 7 Harvard row, and (34 

Court sq., B.), boards 8 DeWolf [Winsor 

Pierce Frederick, foreman brass finisher, 368 Main, bds. 53 
Pierce George P., clerk (B.), boards 65 Mt. Auburn 
Pierce Harriet R., widow of Charles R., h. 8 DeWolf 
Pierce James H., clerk (basement Old State House, B.), 

boards 11 Walden 
Pierce James P., carpenter, house 65 Mt. Auburn 
Pierce James W., treas. Boston Can Co. (126 Milk, B.), 

house 16 Worcester 



CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 339 

Pierce John L., plumber, 8 Brattle, Ms. 15 Farwell place 
Pierce Joseph, wheelwright, 3 River, house 25 Park 
Pierce Lilly E. Mrs., boards 124 Austin 
Pierce Joseph S., boards 2 Riverside place 
Pierce Leander, supt. of bakery, 502 Main, bds. 430 do. 
Pierce Sarah E., widow of James W., h. 342 Broadway 
Pierce Walter E., clerk, 157 North aw, bds. 9 Walden 
Pierce William J., tinsmith Boston Stamping Works, 

house 15 Lake View avenue 
Pierce, see Peirce, also Pearce [91 Thorndike 

Pierpont Thomas, stair builder J. F. Adams & Co., bds. 
Pierre Manuel, cabinet maker, house 7 Fourth 
Pike Albert W., stevedore, house 121 Western avenue 
Pike Carlos L., foreman G. G. Page & Co., b. 2 Prospect 
Pike Charles, dining saloon, 32 Brattle sq , h. 20 Front 
Pike Charles L., box maker, house rear 145 Columbia 
Pike Charles S., clerk (27 Doane, B.), bds. 183 Cambridge 
Pike EHlen N., teacher Gore primary school, b. 58 Sixth 
Pike Frederick M., carpenter, boards 62 Cherry 
Pike George S., carpenter, house 62 Cherry 
Pike Henry H., contractor, house 52>£ Sacramento 
Pike Humphrey, house 32 Magazine 
Pike James, livery stable, 575 % and 904 Main, and (J. 

Pike & Co.), Church, n. Harvard sq., h. 7 Norfolk 
Pike Joel S. (J. Pike & Co.), livery stable, Church, opp. 

Palmer, house 24 Church, near Brattle 
Pike John, hack driver J. Pike <fc Co., h. 71 Concord av. 
Pike John N., engineer (Batterymarch, B.), house 183 

Cambridge 
Pike Joseph A., blacksmith, bds. 71 Concord avenue 
Pike J. & Co. (James and Joel S. Pike), livery stable, 

Church, n. Harvard sq. [& Co., h. 58 Sixth 

Pike Joseph S., foreman and shipping agent J. P. Squire 
Pike Nathan C, supt. Cambridge Preserving Co., 25 Main, 

house at Newton [Cambridge 

Pike Nellie L. Miss, teacher Gore primary school, bds. 183 
Pike Theodore L., inspector of sewers (City hall, Boston), 

house 52 Sacramento 
Pike Walter W., house 105 Otis 
Piller Aaron, cigar maker, house 7 Watson 
Piller B.irnet, cigar maker, boards 7 Watson 
Piller Emanuel A., cigar maker, house 14 Decatur 
Pillekey Gilbert, engineer John L. Sand's brick yard, 

Walden, house Concord avenue, 3d from Walden 
Pillsbury Tappan P., case maker M; & H. O. Co., house 

70 Washington 
Pilsbury Ernest, student H. IT., rooms 27 Trowbridge 
Pingree Edwin H., bookkeeper A. H. Hews & Co., bds. 

at Somerville 



340 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Pinkerton James, engineer, house 31 Winsor 

Pinkham George G., tinsmith, house 119 Green 

Pinney George M\, student H. IT., rooms 28 Holyoke 

Piper Caroline A., nurse, house 125 Prospect 

Piper George F., clergyman, house 30 Norfolk 

Piper George F., lawyer (48 Congress, B.), h. 14 Shepard 

Piper Henry A., cashier (256 Devonshire, B.), house 

Langdon, near North avenue 
Piper Susan, widow of George C, house 14 Avon 
Piper William C, clerk (59 Franklin, B.), bds. 14 Avon 
Pitkin Emily R., teacher Allston grammar school, boards 

16 Prospect 
Pitman Henry B., collector clerk (Maverick National 

Bank, 50 Water, B.), bds. J. F. Pitman's, North av. 
Pitman John F., coal dealer, Somerville av. (Somerville), 

house North avenue, near Porter's station 
Pitman Thomas, laborer, boards 163 Dublin 
Pitson Carl, coachman, 13 Waterhouse, boards do. 
Place Edward R., book binder, house 15 Green 
Place George W. (Woodbury & Co.), planing mill, First, 

boards 80 Fourth 
Place Hannah D., widow of Stephen M., h. 1 Percy place 
Plancich Peter H. (V. Plancich & Son), grocer, 78 Har- 
vard, bds. do. [varcl, house do. 
Plancich Vincent (V. Plancich & Son), grocer, 78 Har- 
Plancich V. & Son (Vincent and Peter H., Plancich), 

grocers, 78 Harvard [brick yard 

Plant Frank, brick maker, h. Vassal lane, r. Cofran's 
Pluff Joseph, brush maker, 12 Gore, house at Somerville 
Plummer Albert C, drug clerk, 155 North avenue, bds. 

4 Beech 
Plummer Carrie C. Mrs., dressmaker, house 3 Linden 
Plummer Horatio N., house 254 North avenue 
Plummer John W., musician and watch repairer (24 Elm, 

B.), boards 104 Hampshire 
Plummer Nellie F. Miss, clerk, 180 No. av., h. 4 Beech 
Plummer William H., engineer, boards 44 Brookline 
Plumridge George, printer Riverside Press, house 25 

School street court [Main 

Poirot John B., tinner Boston Stamping Works, house 57 
Poland Edward W., hack driver, boards 14 Eliot 
Poland William, builder, house 735 Cambridge 
Polk Daniel B., laborer, house 39 Cowperthwaite 
Polk Helen, boards 20 Pearl 

Pollard Christopher, teamster (B.), house 193 Main 
Pollard Frederick W., clergyman, house 34 Bigelow 
Pollard George, carpenter, house rear 45 Norfolk 
Pollard John S., surveyor of mechanics work, h. 9 Bigelow 
Polley John, teamster, house 13 Putnam place 



CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 341 

Pollock A. F., in business department Cambridge Chron- 
icle, 573 Main, bouse at Boston 
Pomeroy Caroline W., widow, house 19 Lawrence 
Poole Albert H., clerk (4 Summer, B.), b. 52 Trowbridge 
Poole Calvin, brick layer, house 41 Franklin 
Poole Francis H., traveling salesman, h. 52 Trowbridge 
Poole Fred. L., traveling salesman, 503 Main, h. 52 Pearl 
Poole Fred. W., clerk (4 Summer, B.), b. 52 Trowbridge 
Poole Isaac K., house 6 Rogers block, Washington 
Poole W. Frank, potter, boards 41 Franklin 
Poole Willard H., boards 41 Franklin 
Poor Albert, student H. IL, rooms 4 Hollis hall 
Poor John O., clerk Prospect House, boards do. 
Pope Alphonso W., clerk (89 Bedford, B.), h. 24 Pearl 
Pope Chas. A., reed maker M. & H. O. Co., b.89 Chestnut 
Pope Charles G. (Hammond & Pope), lawyer, 555 Main, 
h. at East Somerville [B.), bds. 136 Austin 

Pope Frederic, architect and builder (209 Washington, 
Pope John, stencils (8 Dock sq., B.), h. 45 Cottage 
Pope John S., brick layer, house 89 Chestnut 
Pope Samuel, house 136 Austin 

Pope Walter II., clerk (130 Federal, B.), b. 45 Cottage 
Popkin Mary R. Miss, house 25 North avenue 
Porcellian Club, 444 Harvard 

Portch Gus., laborer, 79 1 Main, b. do. [Shepard 

Porter Albert W., produce (146 So. Market, B.), h. 44 
Porter Charles Burnham, demonstrator of anatomy and 

instructor in surgery H. U., house at Boston 
Porter Charles B., clerk, 450 Harvard, house 31 Mill 
Porter Charles F., oil dealer, house 1 Lawrence 
Porter Charles W., grocer, 69 Pearl, house 1 Lawrence 
Porter Daniel R., blacksmith, house 4 Rogers block, Main 
Porter Edward C, student H. U., rooms 37 Gray's hall 
Porter Frank E., furniture moving, boards 52 River 
Porter Frank L., student H. U., rooms 15 Farwell place 
Porter George W., clerk, 114 Cambridge, bds. 74 Spring 
Porter Hamilton, machinist, 368 Main, house 43 Clark 
Porter Harry G., clerk (30 Central, B.), bds. 68 Prospect 
Porter James N., boarding house, 160 Prospect 
Porter J. Edward, clerk, 221 Bridge, boards at Boston 
PORTER LINN B., editor and proprietor Cambridge 

Chronicle, 573 Main, house 57 Green 
Porter Nellie Mrs., house 8 White 
Porter Perez G., agent Revere Sugar Refinery, (23 Broad, 

B.), house 68 Prospect 
Porter Samuel A., provisions, 3 Prospect, h. at Somerville 
Porter William, furniture mover (Charles, cor. Mt. Ver- 
non, B.), house 52 River 
Porter William H., boards 47 Western avenue 



342 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Porter William N., glass cutter N. E. Glass Co., h. Spring 

Porter's Hotel, Geo. W. Brigharu, prop'r, 185 North av. 

Post Office, Cambridge, 7 Harvard row 

Post Office, Cambridgeport, 625 Main 

Post Office, East Cambridge, 98 Cambridge 

Post Office, North Cambridge, Porter's station, North av. 

Postawka Louis (Louis Postawka & Co.), patent piano 

taboret mnfr., Osborn's mill, State, house 14 Front 
Potter Dexter Rev., house 40 North avenue 
Potter Henry Mrs., widow, house 111 North avenue 
Potter Julian, student H. XL, rooms 12 Little's block 
Potter J. Cushing Mrs., house 38 Pleasant 
Potter Warren C, furniture mover, Harvard row, house 

Murray, rear City building 
Potter William H., student H. U., rms. 24 Stoughton hall 
Potter William L. C, clerk (Atlantic av., cor. Commerce, 

B.), boards 111 North avenue 
Pourtales L. F., at Museum Comparative Zoology H. U., 

rooms 17 Kirkland [at Salem 

Pousland Charles F., clerk Revere Sugar Refinery, boards 
Pousland William F., engineer, house 13 Sixth 
Powel Harford W- H., student H. U., rooms 4 Story 
Powel Robert J. H., student H. U., rooms 4 Story 
Powell George, painter and grainer, Creek, house do. 
Powell Matilda A., widow, h. Auburn, near Fairmont 
Powell Richard, laborer, boards rear 11 Valentine 
Power John E., boots and shoes, 26 Washington, house 6 

Rogers block, Washington 
Power Lawrence F., printer University Press, h. 17 Dyke 
Power Nicholas D., printer, house 78 Green 
Power Richard, molder (B.), rooms 30 Second 
Power Thomas, harness maker, house 185 Norfolk 
Powers Bridget, widow, house 2 Hastings, near R. R. 
Powers Catherine, widow, house 17 Harvard 
Powers Charles A., provisions, house 17 Eliot 
Powers Daniel, spring bed maker, boards 17 Harvard 
Powers Henry A., clerk, 1 Brattle, house 56 Sacramento 
Powers Hugh, machinist, house 46 Willow place 
Powers Jas., porter Riverside bindery, bds. 27 Mt. Auburn 
Powers James, laborer, house 24 Hancock 
Powers James, foreman Hovey & Co., boards David P. 

Burley's, Cambridge, corner Baldwin 
Powers James, laborer, house 126 Brookline 
Powers John, blacksmith, house 46 Willow place 
Powers John, shoemaker, Cambridge, cor. Columbia, h. do. 
Powers John, core maker, boards 17 Harvard 
Powers John, laborer, house 47 North 
Powers John, teamster, house Stevens court 
Powers John H., book binder Univ. Press, bds. 25 Banks 



CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 343 

Powers Lee L., clerk (123 Washington, B.), h. 20 Holyoke 
Powers Mary A., widow of Joseph S., house 20 Holyoke 
Powers Maurice, teamster, boards 3 Bristol 
Powers Maurice F., core maker, house 6 Green 
Powers Richard, laborer, house 3 Bristol 
Powers Thomas, stone cutter, house 226 Bridge 
Powers Thomas, cooper, house 337 Cambridge 
Powers William, at Boston Rolling Mill, house 53 Clark 
Powers Wm. J., book binder Univ. Press, bds. 25 Banks 
Pratt Aaron B., stoves, etc., 226 Cambridge, house 6 Mul- 

lin's court [Mullin's court 

Pratt Aaron B., jr., tinsmith, 226 Cambridge, boards 6 
Pratt Albert, cabinet maker, house 73 Third 
Pratt Charles W., mason, house 20 Tremont 
Pratt Daniel, boards 6 Mullin's court 
Pratt David G. (D. G. Pratt & Co.), foreign wood and 

ivory turner, 131 to 135 Broadway, house 61 Dana 
Pratt D. G. & Co. (David G. Pratt and Richard Ela), 

foreign wood and ivory turners, 131 to 135 Broadway 
Pratt Eben, coffin maker, house 168 Cambridge 
Pratt Edward W. Mrs., house 14 Coggswell avenue 
Pratt Elizabeth W. Miss, house 16 Sydney 
Pratt Francis L., city messenger, office City hall, house 

Hawthorne, corner Acacia 
Pratt John E., at Riverside Press, house 6 Creek 
Pratt Kendall, britannia worker F. Draper & Co., house 

at Dorchester [Main, h. 9 Austin 

Pratt Lewis (L. Pratt & Co.), watches and jewelry, 475 
Pratt L. & Co. (Lewis Pratt and A. J. Applegate), 

watches and jewelry, 475 Main 
Pratt Martha E., widow of Benjamin F., h. 93 Chestnut 
Pratt Watson O., action maker, house 51 Winsor 
Pratt Wm. H., sign painter (117 Water, B.), h. 89 Inman 
Prattis Anna, widow, house 4 Gray place 
Pray Orrin B, real estate agent, 555 Main (and 7 Ex- 
change place and 17 Pemberton square, B.), house at 

Somerville ^ 

Pray William M., music teacher (3 Tremont row, room 

29, B.), house 7 Temple [erville 

Prebeck Michael, wheelwright, 22 Cambridge, h. at Som- 
Preble Origen O., machinist, house 29 Blackstone [hall 
Preble Wallace P., jr., law student H. U., rooms 6 Weld 
Prendergast James, machinist (B.), bds. 69 Concord av. 
Prentice Helen, widow of Jonas, house 97K Inman 
Prentice Henry H., compositor J. Wilson & Son, house 

21 Baldwin ' [39 Hudson 

Prentice Theodore P., letter carrier, Cambridge P. O., h. 
Prentiss Abigail Miss, house 172 North avenue 
Prentiss Dorcas B., widow of George A., house 17 Park 



344 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Prentiss William H., groom, house 49^ Clark 
Presbrey Edward A., cashier National Bank of Redemp- 
tion (85 Devonshire, B.), house 10 Remington 
Presby Aionzo, painter, house 44 Norfolk 
Presby Charles E., mason, house 14 Coggswell avenue 
Presby George T., driver steamer 4, house 32 Orchard 
Presby James H., mason, boards 14 Coggswell avenue 
Presby James Watson, house 32 Orchard [Tenney 

Presby Lorin A., lamp goods (43 Bromfield, B.), house 3 
Prescott Catherine Miss, milliner, boards 32 Western av. 
Prescott Charles E., action maker M. & H. O. Co., house 

at Jamaica Plain 
Prescott Jennie, teacher Agassiz primary school, Sacra- 
mento, boards 144 Mount Auburn 
Prescott Joel H. (P. Nutting & Co.), blacksmith, Palmer, 

house 144 Mount Auburn 
Prescott Walter C, student H. U., rooms 10 Hollis hall 
Pressey George H., clerk (Merrimac, B.), house 171 Cam- 
bridge [at Somerville 
Preston Benjamin F., coal and wood, 400 Cambridge, h. 
Preston George H., student H. U., rms. 27 Matthews hall 
Preston Jeremiah, house 8 Broadway [hall 
Preston Thomas W., student H. U., rooms 48 Matthews 
Price Charles F., glass cutter N. E. Glass Co., boards 71 

Spring 
Price Clarence, tinman, rooms 54 Fairmont 
Price Henry, clerk, house 29 Norfolk 
Price Isaac, glass blower, house 226 Bridge 
Price James Edwin (James M. Price & Son), 85 Cam- 
bridge, boards 118 Thorndike 
Price James M., (James M. Price & Son), stoves and 

hardware, 85 Cambridge, house 118 Thorndike 
Price James M. & Son (James M. and James Edwin 

Price), stoves and hardware, 85 Cambridge 
Price Julia A., widow of William B., house 71 Spring 
Price Margaret Ella, widow, house rear 356 Broadway 
Price Thomas F., driver 17. R. Co., boards 58 Elm 
Price Wesley F., student H. U., rooms 40 College house 
Price William J., teamster, house 26 Eighth 
Price, see Pryce 

Priest Charles W., shoe maker (B), house 69 Norfolk 
Priest Edward E., engineer S. F. E. 1, Brattle square, 

house 46 Winthrop 
Priest Edward E., jr., clerk, 908 Main, bds. 46 Winthrop 
Priest Elizabeth C. Mrs., house 55 Auburn [Hoi yoke 

Priestley Gilbert W., carpenter Fitzpatrick & Furl'ey, h. 29 
Prince Roderick J., boots and shoes (B.), bds. 12 Mason 
Prindle James, laborer, house 65 Spruce [ford 

Prior George H., clerk (54 Central wf., B.), h. 10 West- 



CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 345 

Prior Patrick, peddler, house 77 Broadway 
Pritchard William E., butcher, house 110 Auburn 
Proctor Benjamin F., cooper, rear 68 Allston, house do. 
Proctor George W., laborer, h. Concord av., n. F. R. R. 
Proctor John A., cooper, house 55 Franklin 
Proctor Michael, brass molder, 368 Main, h. 12 Murdock 
Pronovost August, cooper, house 153 Gore 
Prospect House, Joseph Uhrig, proprietor, 596 Main 
Proudfoot David, ticket master B. L. & N. R. R. (B.), h. 

132 Otis 
Prouty James L. (Custom House, B.), house 23 Antrim 
Provonchee Abram W., carpet beating, 3 River, house at 

Hyde Park 
Prue John Mrs., house 156 Spruce, opp. brick yard 
Pry George W., at Riverside Press, house 68 Fairmont 
Pryce Richard E., milk can manufacturer, Prison Point 

road, house 38 Winter 
Pugh John, baker, boards Rogers block, Brewery 
Pugh Michael, laborer, house 149 Elm 
Pulcifer George F., painter, boards 25 Tremont 
Pulcifer Susan Mrs., house 25*Tremont 
Pullen Fred. B., policeman, station 1, house 10 Church 
Pulsifer Freeman L., house 10 Sixth 
Pulsifer James W., Britannia worker, house 10 Sixth 
Pulsifer Joseph, boards 10 Sixth 
Pummell Philip T., cigar maker, house 1 Eaton 
Purcell Andrew, laborer, house 29 Porter 
Purcell Hycenth, cement maker and house painter, 239 

Main, house 27 Mt. Auburn 
Purcell John, shoemaker, 135 Columbia, house rear do. 
Purcell Joseph, peddler, house 41 Porter, n. Harding 
Purcell Matthew, carriage smith Francis Ivers, boards 

Porters Hotel 
Purcell Michael, shoemaker R. Mann's, h. 5 Flagg st. ct. 
Purdy Gilbert G., cabinet maker, house 30 Columbia 
Purington Hannah, widow of Samuel, h. 42 Coggswell av. 
Putnam Earl B., student H. U., rooms 54 Matthews hall 
Putnam Frederick W., curator Peabody Museum of ar- 
chaeology and ethnology, house 120 Brattle 
Putnam George, jr., lawyer (35 Court, B.), h. 24 Quincy 
Putnam G. Frank, ladder maker C. W. H. Moulton & 

Co., boards 131 Thorndike 
Putnam John P. (Henry Thayer & Co.), chemist, 150 

Broadway, house at Boston [Brookline 

Putnam Joseph H., iron molder, 368 Main, house 14 
Putnam Lewis, veterinary surgeon, office and house 170 

North avenue 
Putnam Peter C, wood worker, house 113 Hampshire 
Putney Albert, house 39 Fourth [39 Fourth 

Putney Albert F., clerk N. E. Glass Co., North, boards 



346 CAMBRIDGE [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Putney George (Howe & Putney), bacon curer, rear 414 

Main, house 30 Austin 
Putney James M. (Geo. A. Davis & Co.), 206 and 208 

Cambridge, house at Lancaster 
Putney Milton J., teamster (Franklin, cor. Washington, 

B.), house 17 Lake View avenue 
Putney Wilbert G., clerk, boards 30 Austin 
Puyer Alexander, box maker, house r. 63 Washington 

QUALLS SAMUEL, gardener, 29 Kirkland, h. 13 Elmer 

Quealey Austin, laborer, house 111 Elm 

Quealey Thomas, laborer, house 42 Clark 

Quealey Michael, laborer, house 42 Clark 

Queeney John, laborer, boards 103 Brookline 

Quigley Barney D., saloon, 267 Cambridge, house do. 

Quigley Charles, blacksmith, boards 22 Church 

Quigley Edward, laborer, boards 146 Bridge 

Quigley Francis, stone cutter, house 17 Brown 

Quigley Hugh, tin smith, house 53 Charles 

Quigley John, laborer, house 28 Harvard 

Quigley Michael, tin smith, flouse 62 Charles 

Quigley Nancy, widow of Joseph, boards 72 Wright 

Quigley Walter W., cooper, house 19 Squires court 

Quill Dennis, house 7 Reed 

Quill Patrick, currier, house 7 Reed 

Quilter Michael, laborer, house 238 Franklin 

Quimby Ellen, widow, house 351 Cambridge 

Quincy Josiah, student H. U., rooms 7 Holworthy hall 

Quinlan Bartholomew, machinist B. & L. R. R. shop, h. 

41 Charles 
Quinlan Daniel, laborer, house 15 Carson 
Quinn Bridget, widow of Hugh, house 452 Broadway 
Quinn Bridget Mrs., widow, house 104 Kinnaird 
Quinn Catherine, widow, house rear 7 Vine 
Quinn Catherine, widow of Wm., h. rear 137 Bridge 
Quinn Charles, grocer, 116 Fourth, house do. 
Quinn Charles, laborer, h. r. 28 Washington [Spring 

Quinn Edward, instructor House of Correction, h. r. 110 
Quinn Eliza, widow of Patrick, house 23 Valentine 
Quinn Francis, house 13 Remington 
Quinn Frank, laborer, house 121 Pearl 
Quinn George B., printer, house 121 Pearl 
Quinn Hugh, painter, boards 452 Broadway 
Quinn James J., grocer, 1 Fourth, house do. 
Quinn James P., painter, house 116 Webster avenue 
Quinn Jeremiah, laborer, house 249 Franklin 
Quinn John, carpenter, house 91 Vine 
Quinn John, clerk, 110 Harvard, boards do. 
Quinn John, draw tender and switchman B. & M. R. R., 

house 6 Lechmere building, Bridge 



CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 347 

Quinn John, laborer, house 37 Brookline 

Qui nn John, stone cutter, boards 32 Charles 

Quinn John, laborer, house 23 Valentine 

Quinn John, grease collector, house 39 Charles 

Quinn John, laborer, house 4 Spring place 

Quinn John, laborer, house 9 Willow place 

Quinn John, cooper, 18 Vine, house 142 Thorndike 

Quinn John J., boards 27 Charles 

Quinn Joseph F., plumber, house 104 Kinnaird 

Quinn Margaret, widow of Patrick, b. 27 Charles 

Quinn Mary, widow of Maurice, house 32 Charles 

Quinn Mary A., widow of James, boards 4 Spring place 

Quinn Michael, laborer, house 12 Willow place 

Quinn Nicholas, carpenter, house 36 Broadway 

Quinn Sarah, widow of James, house 1 Fourth 

Quinn Terrence F., clerk, 251 Cambridge, bds. at Boston 

Quinn Thomas, teamster, house 107 Tremont 

Quinn Timothy, boards 24 Winter [Winter 

Quinn Timothy I., letter carrier E. Cambridge P. O., h. 24 

Quinn William H., laborer, boards 24 Winter 

Quinn William J., painter, boards 452 Broadway 

RABEL JOHN, cabinet maker, house 165 Otis 
Rabey Catharine, widow of Frank, h. 10 Conlon's court 
Rabey Charles, silver plater (24 Sudbury, B.), boards 10 

Conlon's court 
Rabey Max, laborer, boards 10 Conlon's court 
Raekliffe Joseph C, teamster, h. Squires brick blk., Gore 
Rady Andrew J., britannia worker, bds. 142 Columbia 
Rady John P., clerk, 531 Cambridge, bds. 142 Columbia 
Rady Michael C, mason, house 114 Winsor 
Rady Philip, blacksmith, house 142 Columbia 
Rafferty Bernard, house 12 Harding 
Rafferty Frank F., boards 11 Fourth 
Rafferty James, laborer, house 11 Fourth 
Rafferty James, tailor, house 4 Harding 
Rafferty John J., cutter, boards 4 Harding 
Rafferty Thomas, laborer, house 26 Vine 
Rafferty Thomas, tinsmith, boards 1 Oak 
Rafferty Thomas, 457 Cambridge, boards 193 Norfolk 
Rainey James, laborer, house 21 Sparks street place 
Ralph Thomas, foreman, 86 Pearl, house 27 Valentine 
Ramhofer Jacob, shoemaker, house 12 Cowperthwaite 
Ramsay Albert H., brass maker, bds. 102 Thorndike 
Ramsay Alexander H., apothecary, 1 Brattle, h. 857 Main 
Ramsay Alfred, finisher Middlesex Bleachery (Somerville), 

house Carver, near Sacramento 
Ramsay Frank, painter, house Carver, near Sacramento 
Ramsay Harvey, cigars (59 Broad, B.), h. 102 Thorndike 



348 CAMBRIDGE [J£] DIRECTORY. 

Ramsay James M. (J. H. Wyeth & Co.), grocer, 6 Brat- 
tle, bouse 5 Shepard 
Ramsny Major, shoemaker, 68 Norfolk, house 66 do. 
Ramsay Robert Mrs., house Carver, near Sacramento 
Ramsdell Annie Mrs., nurse, house 23 Suffolk 
Ramsdell Charles L., officer House of Correction, boards 

Third, cor. Thorndike * 
Ramsdell Edgar B., house 22 Fifth 

Ramsdell , provisions, boards 26 Holyoke 

Ramsden Robinson, news dealer, 453 Main, house do. 
Ranagan Peter, brush maker, house 102 Spring 
Rand Benjamin, student H. U., rooms 6 Sumner 
Rand Benjamin R., conveyancer Court House, boards 70 

Thorndike [Thorndike 

Rand Charles A., com. mer. (19 North Market, B.), h. 84 
Rand Chas. O., clerk (12Chardon, B.),h.22 Coggswell av. 
Rand Edward L. (Kelly & Rand), action maker, 162 

Broadway, house at Jamaica Plain 
Rand Edward S., student H. U., house 16 Quincy 
Rand Edwin D., machinist, boards 47 Winsor 
Rand George H., traveling agent, house 1 Inman court 
Rand Harry S., student H. U., bds. 158 North avenue 
Rand Henry C, leather (45 Merchants row, B.), house 

Elm, near Davenport 
Rand James Mrs., house 29 Eliot 
Rand James B., teamster, house rear 58 Charles 
Rand Jennie L. Mrs., house 16 Quincy [North av. 

Rand Lewis H., electrotyper University Press, bds. 172 
Rand Obed, boards 22 Coggswell avenue 
Rand Oliver J. (79 Milk, B.), h. 35 Bigelow 
Rand Oliver P., agent, boards 111 Auburn 
Rand Sarah A. Mrs., teacher Shepard grammar school, 

boards 229 North avenue 
Randall Andrew, brakeman B. & L. R. R., bds. 57 Gore 
Randall Charles H., foreman section B. & A. R. R., house 

262 Sydney 
Randall Daniel, laborer, house rear 99 Sixth 
Randall Eben.D., cooper, boards 7 Leighton court 
Randall Frank E., machinist B. & M. R. R. shop, boards 

7 Leighton court [bds. 11 River 

Randall James T. D., telegraph operator (109 State, B.), 
Randall Joseph, carpenter, house 7 Cedar, cor. Harvey 
Randall Lewis H., laborer, house 262 Sydney 
Randall Oliver P„ carpenter, house 7 Leighton court 
RANKIN EDWIN D., silver plater (50 Sudbury, B.), 

house 59 Sixth 
Ranks Elisha C, furniture shipper, house 49 Allston 
Ranlett Frederick J., student H. U., rms. 39 College house 
Ransom Chandler R., at (38 School B.), h. 9 Roseland 



CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 349 

Rantz Andres M., painter, house 24 Decatur 

Kathmell George R, carpenter, 100 Gore, house do. 

Ratzel Ernest, varnisher, house 124 Spring 

Rawson George W., machinist, 72 Main, house 19 State 

Ray Edwin C, fruit (13 Change av., B.), h. 97)^ Ininan 

Ray Hannah, widow of James, house 5 Flagg 

Ray John J. (Ray & Co.), hats, 545 Main, house at Brat- 

tleborough, Vermont [etc., 545 Main 

Ray & Co. (John J. Ray and J. H. Hubbard), hats, caps, 
Raymer George S., student H. U., rooms 10 Weld hall 
Raymond Charles A., boots and shoes (175 Congress, B.), 

house 98 Ellery [vard 

Raymond Charles E., grocer (9 Comb, B.), h. 357 Har- 
Raymond Charles F., clerk (P. O., B.), b. 17 Lawrence 
Raymond Emmons, pres. Conn, and Passumpsic Rivers 

R. R. (7 Merchants Exchange, B.), h. 398 Broadway 
Raymond George A., provisions, house 25 Chauncy 
RAYMOND GEORGE AUGUSTUS, dentist, Hender- 
son's block, 218 North av., house Lambert av., opp. 

Wain at avenue [124 Oxford 

Raymond George P., millinery (39 Summer, B.), house 
Raymond James H., druggist, house Austin, cor. School 
Raymond John C, music teacher, house 17 Lawrence 
Raymond Patrick H., editor Cambridge Press, 531 Main, 

and chief of fire dept., office City Hall, h. 10 Pleasant 
Raymond Walter, agent Montreal & Boston Air Line R. 

R. (240 Washington, B.), bds. 398 Broadway 
Raymond William H., wholesale grocer (9 Commercial, 

B.), house 102 Ellery 
Raymond William T., clerk, house 104 Pleasant 
Rayner Henry, grocer (B.), house 80>£ Green 
Rea Samuel, coachman, 38 Quincy, boards do. 
Read Charles C, lawyer (27 State, rooms 18 and 19, B.), 

boards William Read's, Appleton 
Read Charles H., clerk Cambridge P. O., bds. 77 Brattle 
Read Edward, hardware (13 Faneuil Hall sq., B.), boards 

Wm. Read's, Appleton 
Read Freeman E., cabinet maker, house 363 Main 
Read Herbert, bds. Mrs. L. G. Read's, Lake View avenue 
Read James, fishing rod maker, 38 Brighton, house do. 
Read James B., house 715 Cambridge 
Read James J., saddlery and harnesses (13 Tremont row, 

B.), boards Pemberton, near North avenue 
Read John, hardware (13 Faneuil Hall square, B.), house 

Appleton, corner Highland 
Read Joseph, laborer, house 122 Elm 
Read J. Henry, county commissioner, Court House, East 

Cambridge, house at Westford 
Read J. Stacey, real estate (5 Pemberton square, B.), h. 

Pemberton, near North avenue 



350 CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 

Read Lucy G., widow of John, h. Lake View av., n. Brattle 
Read N. Goodwin, boards Wm. Read's, Appleton 
Read Robert M., jeweler, house 253 Broadway- 
Read Sarah G. Miss, boards 343 Broadway 
Read Thomas, pressman University Press, h. 7 Appian-way 
Read William, hardware (13 F. H. sq., B.), h. Appleton 
Read Wm., jr., hardware (13 F. H. sq., B.), h. Appleton 
Read William H., teamster, house 9 Fifth 
Read, see Reed, also Reid 

Reader Edward, jr., clerk (204 Federal, B.), h. 60 Otis 
Ready Michael, laborer, house 124 Gore 
Reagan Daniel, shoemaker, 242 Cambridge, bds. Jeremiah 

Leary's, Cambridge 
Reagan Jeremiah, hostler, house 24 Hayes court 
Reagan John, butcher, boards rear 187 Cambridge 
Reagan John, grainer, house 122 Spring 
Reagan Michael, laborer, house 269 Canibridge 
Reagan Timothy, laborer, boards 269 Cambridge 
Reagan William, shoemaker, 242 Cambridge, bds. Jere- 
miah Leary's, Cambridge 
Reagan William, carpenter, house 1 Regent 
Real Thomas, case maker, house 9 Moore 
Reardon Bridget, widow of Daniel, house 182 Green 
Reardon Cornelius, laborer, house 95 Sixth 
Reardon Edmund (John Reardon & Sons), soap, tallow, 

and candle manufacturer, 92 Pearl, house 95 do. 
Reardon James H., 92 Pearl, house 29 Erie 
Reardon John, house 12 Hancock 
Reardon John (John Reardon & Sons), soap and candle 

manufacturer, 92 Pearl, house 13 Erie 
Reardon John, salesman (33 Summer, B.), bds. Margaret 

Reardon's, Ninth 
Reardon John, boards Ninth, near Cambridge 
Reardon John & Sons (John and Edmund Reardon), 

soap and candle mnfrs., 92 and 94 Pearl and (113 

South Market, B.) 
Reardon John, jr., at John Reardon & Sons, h. 85 Pearl 
Reardon Margaret, wid. of Michael, h. Ninth, n. Cambridge 
Reardon Michael, laborer, house 86 Webster avenue 
Reardon Michael Mrs., house 3 Murdock 
Reardon Michael, laborer, boards 55 Cedar 
Reardon Michael, fruit dealer, house 77 Spruce 
Reardon Michael, laborer, house 36 Warren 
Reardon Morris, blacksmith (B.), boards 132 Bridge 
Reardon Owen, hearse driver W. L. Lockhart, h. 8 Gore 
Reardon Patrick, at news stand (B. & M. depot, B.), h. 

68 Winter 
Reardon Timothy, switch tender U. R. Co., h. 123 Spring 



CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 351 

Reardon William, soap and tallow mnfr., Portland, near 
Plymouth, boards 13 Erie [95 Pearl 

REARDON WILLIAM H., plumber, 20 Brattle, bds. 
Reddam Timothy, grocer, 38 DeWolf, house do. 
Reddick Henry J., station agent F. R. R., Porter's sta- 
tion, North avenue, house do. 
Redding George W., proprietor Redding Russia Salve, 25 

Main, house 102 Columbia 
Redding Lucy M. Miss, teacher Poplar street primary 

school (B.), house 91 Norfolk 
Redding Margaret K., widow, house 91 Norfolk 
Redding Russia Salve Co., 25 Main 
Redding Sylvanus C, engineer, house 85 Vine 
Reddy Martin, gardener, house 236 Franklin 
Reddy Paul, laborer, house 222 Franklin 
Redfield William P., bookkeeper (450 Washington, B.), 

house 90 Prospect 
Redington Anna, widow of John, house 17 Banks 
Redington Edward C, laborer, boards 13 Grant 
Redington Mary, widow of Patrick, house 13 Grant 
Redman Martha Mrs., house 858 Main 
Redmond John, laborer, h. 5 Foster's block, rear 93 Main 
Reed Alonzo, blacksmith P. Nutting & Co., h. 9 Soden 
Reed Charles A., laborer, house 21 Harding 
Reed Charles F., action maker M. & II. Organ Co. and 
(Robinson & Reed), extracts, 608 Main, h. 4 Rockwell 
Reed Chester A., student H. U., house 53 Oxford 
Reed Chester I. Mrs., house 53 Oxford [Soden 

Reed Clarence A., coal and wood, 7 Western av., bds. 9 
Reed Clarence G., plasterer, house Crescent, 1st on right 

from Oxford 
Reed C. Thayer, house 5 Avon 
Reed David H., baker, 79 Cambridge, boards do. 
Reed Edward P., student H. U., rooms 38 College house 
Reed Enos W., milk dealer, house 79 Thorndike 
Reed Fred S. G., student H. U., rooms 48 Holyoke 
Reed Frederick (Edward Hixon & Co.), furniture mnfrs., 
124 Harvard, and (364 Washington, B.), house 70 
Franklin 
Reed George, student H. U., rooms 16 Oxford 
Reed George B., law book seller (37 Brattle, B.), house 
43 Cottage [Cambridge 

Reed George H., salesman Island Pond Co., Bridge, h. 80 
Reed George H., coal and wood (B.), boards 9 Soden 
REED GUILFORD S., dentist (48 Essex, B.), house 24 

Sacramento 
Reed Henry C, clothing, 130 Cambridge, house 137 do. 
Reed Henry L., action maker M. & H. O. Co., house 4 
Rockwell 



352 CAMBRIDGE []£] DIRECTORY. 

Reed Honora, widow of John, house 18 Hayes court 

Reed James, cutler, house Murray, near Eliot 

Reed John A., hairdresser, Inman block, Inman square, 

house at Somerville 
Reed Joseph A., laborer, house 23 Hastings 
Reed Louisa, widow of William, house 76 Harvard 
Reed Nelson, laborer, house 10 Brewer 
Reed Samuel M., conductor TJ. R. Co., h. 46 North av. 
Reed Sarah, widow of Enos, house 84 Cambridge 
Reed William, hairdresser, 37 Cedar, corner Cedar square, 

boards James Reed's, Murray 
Reed William H., laborer, boards 23 Hastings 
Reed, see Read, also Reid 
Reehal James, glass maker, house 21 Winter 
Reebal James E. jr., glass maker, boards 21 Winter 
Reehal Peter A., upholsterer, boards 21 Winter 
Reehal William, laborer, house 12 Third 
Rees Edwin, painter, boards 402 Main 
Rees Frank, printer, house 402 Main 
Rees Harry, printer, boards 402 Main 
Reeves A. L., student, rooms 102 Mount Auburn 
Reeves Benjamin F., hairdresser Porters Hotel, 185 North 

avenue, house 7 Lambert avenue 
Reeves Edward O., clerk, house 79 Oxford 
Reeves Forrest, cooper, house 18 Squire's court 
Reeves Fred H, cashier's clerk B. L. & N. R. R. (Cause- 
way, B.), boards 7 Lambert avenue 
Reeves .John G. W., house 77 Prospect 
Reeves Samuel, tin peddler, house 11 Leighton court 
Reeves Thomas S., cooper, house 11 Squire's court 
Reeves William, locksmith, house 62 Hastings 
Regal Augustus, glass worker, house 75 Spring 
Regal Frank, glass maker, house 89 Fourth 
Regal Mary M. Mrs., dry goods, 47)£ Gore, h. 6 Second 
Regal Victor, house 6 Second 

Rehill Thomas, laborer, house 7 Portland [Park 

Reid James A., plumber (237 Washington, B.), h. 21 
Reid Michael, plasterer and grocer, Mount Auburn, corner 

Wiliard, house do. 
Reid Robert, machinist, 368 Main, house 202 Green 
Reid Stewart, carpenter, house 9 Jefferson 
Reid Thomas A., case maker M. & H.O. Co., h.49 Market 
Reid William B., printer John Wilson & Son, 15 Holyoke, 

boards at South Boston 
Reidy John, servant, 11 Ware, boards do. 
Reilly James, teamster, 115 Bridge, boards at Somerville 
Reilly James EL, clerk, 115 Bridge, boards at Somerville 
Reinhart Michael, bar keeper, boards 8 Brighton 
Relman William, laborer W. T. Richardson, house at 

Brighton 









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Remick Charles H., house 9-J- Bigelow 

Remick Edward E., action maker, house 22 Front 

Remick Jacob B., cattle broker, boards Charles Curtis' 

Groveland 
Remick Myron E., cooper, boards rear 76 Pearl 
Remick Ursula M., widow of John, house 9>£ Bigelow 
Rent William, printer, house 23 Harrison 
Revere Sugar Refinery (Nash, Spaulding & Co.), Water, 

opposite N. E. Glass Co., office (23 Broad, Boston) 
Reversible Collar Co., paper collar and cuff manufactur- 
ers, 10 Arrow and (32 Hawley, B.), George K. 

Snow, president and superintendent 
Rexford Elizabeth, widow of W. R., bds. 44 Mt. Auburn 
Reycroft Joseph W., stair builder (Dorchester av., S. B.), 

house 30 East [Blanche 

Reynolds Charles E., expressman (40 Court, B.), h. 6 
Reynolds John P., professor of obstetrics H. U., house at 

Boston 
Reynolds Frank M., hack driver, house 126 Pearl 
Reynolds James, laborer, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Reynolds Patrick, laborer, house 86 Webster avenue 
Reynolds Samuel, boot maker, house 4 Stinson court 
Reynolds Sarah L., widow of James, house 8 Blackstone 
Rhett Walter EL, student H. U., rooms 49 College house 
Rhoades Herbert A. (Silas Rhoades & Son), planing, 

etc., State, house 12 Bigelow 
Rhoades Josiah R., carpenter, 102 Allston, h. 112 Pearl 
Rhoades Silas (Silas Rhoades & Son), planing, etc., 

State, house 12 Bigelow 
RHOADES SILAS & SON (Silas and Herbert A. 

Rhoades), planing and molding mill, State 
Rhoades Solomon, provisions, 13 Harvard row, house at 

Somerville 
Rhoades Taney, grocer, 110 Harvard, house do. 
Rhoads Isaac, house 52 Putnam avenue 
Rhodes. Frank, furniture dealer, 509 Main, h. 26 River 
Rhodes Louisa Miss, house 13 Far well pi. 
Rhody Joseph, shoemaker, house 27 River 
Rice Alfred L., clerk (Boston), boards 33 Bigelow 
Rice Daniel C, clerk, house 6 Emmons place 
Rice Daniel W., clerk, 168 Gore, boards Lewis Sage's,. 

Somerville avenue 
Rice Duane L., foreman G. Woods & Co., h. 16 Pearl 
Rice Edmund, brevet Col. U. S. A., house 160 Brattle 
Rice Elias, conductor U. R. Co., house 106 Tremont 
Rice Eliza D., widow of Moses M., house 160 Brattle 
Rice George B., clerk (176 Congress, B.), house 152 

North av., corner White, Union square 
Rice Geo. P., salesman (34 Chauncy, B. ), h. 221 Harvard 
23 



354 CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 

Rice Hannah M., widow, house 336 Broadway- 
Rice Harriet, widow, house 62 Pleasant [vard 
Rice Henry G., clerk (364 Washington, B.), b. 324 Har- 
Rice Homer, real estate (66 Devonshire, B.), b. 11 Market 
Rice Israel L. G., inventor, boards 160 Brattle 
Rice James B., jr., hats, caps, etc. (61 to 67 Chauncy, B.), 

house 38 Orchard 
Rice Jean, shoemaker, 3 Brattle, house 69 Sixth 
Rice John S., tin plate worker (23 John, B.), h. 18 Perry 
Rice Marie H., widow of Joseph H., house 7 Spruce 
Rice Marshall N. (American Net and Twine Co.), Third, 

house at Arlington 
Rice Sarah, widow of Daniel, house 6 Emmons place 
Rice Thomas, teamster, house 257 Mt. Auburn 
Rice Thomas G., U. S. appraiser (177 State, B.), house 

342 Harvard 
Rice William, tailor, 27 Central square, house 18 Lopez 
Rice William H., action maker G. Woods & Co., boards 

144 Austin 
Rich Annie A., widow, h. off Mt. Auburn, n. City bldg.- 
Rich Benj. W., laborer, b. off Mt. Auburn, n. City bldg. 
Rich Catherine L., widow of Nathaniel L., seamstress, h. 

rear 52 Fifth 
Rich Elizabeth M. Mrs., boards 290 Harvard 
RichWm. P., coachman, h. off Mt. Auburn, n. City bldg. 
Richards Dan'l P., porter, 162 Broadway, h. 20 Putnam pi. 
Richards Edward K., engineer Revere Sugar Refinery, 

house 94 Thorndike [house 

Richards Edward Osgood, student H. U., rms. 4 Holyoke 
Richards Freeman, box maker, State, cor. Osborn, boards 

44 Winsor [44 Winsor 

Richards Gardner W., box maker, State, cor. Osborn, bds. 
Richards Joseph R., architect (46 Court, room 16, B.), 

h. 733 Cambridge [Cambridge 

Richards William P. (46 Court, room 16, B.), house 733 
Richardson Alexander (Custom House, B.), h. 88 Harvard 
Richardson Alonzo L., action maker M. & H. O. Co., h. 

at Woburn 
Richardson Andrew, tutor, rooms 60 Mt. Auburn 
Richardson Benjamin F., musical instrument maker, 

gongs, etc. (13 Bowker, B.), house 143 Washington 
Richardson Benjamin H. (Richardson & Amee), station- 
ery, etc., 5 Harvard square, house 16 Winthrop 
Richardson Charles A., bookkeeper University Press, h. 

16 Elmer [23 ^Ellsworth av. 

Richardson Charles E., real estate broker, 583 Main, h. 
Richardson Charles J., machinist Boston Stamping Works, 

house at East Somerville [Third 

Richardson Charles N., fireman B. L. & N. R. R., bds. 59 



CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 355 

Richardson Dana P., student II. U., rooms 14 Ware 
Richardson Eliza A. Miss, indexer Court House, Third, 

boards at Charlestown 
Richardson Emily M. Mrs., house 197 Cambridge 
Richardson Frank C, starter " Peoples' Line " coaches 

(Summer, cor. Washington, B.), bds. 197 Cambridge 
Richardson Frank G., tube board maker M. & H. O. Co., 

house at Woburn 
Richardson Frederick F., tin plate worker, h. 5 Rockwell 
Richardson George E., clerk and messenger National City 

Bank, 553 Main, boards 803 do. 
Richardson George F., mason, house 47 Elm 
Richardson George H., clerk, boards 26 Suffolk 
Richardson Geo. P., bookkeeper (51 Federal, B.), h. 7 Frost 
Richardson Georgian a, widow of George E., h. 10 Eliot 
Richardson Harriet Mrs., boarding house, 5 Rockwell 
Richardson Horace, boards rear 112 Magazine 
Richardson Horace R., milkman, house r. 112 Magazine 
Richardson Horatio S. (A. R. Bayley & Co.), apothecary, 

607 Main, and (Bayley & Richardson), 32 River, h. 

15 Prospect 
Richardson James, porter, house 15 Hastings 
Richardson James, jr., teamster, house rear 48 Auburn 
Richardson John C.. real estate (23 Old State House, B.), 

house 20 Lake [h. 5 Walnut av. 

Richardson John F., mason (Cross, corner Endicott, B.), 
Richardson John P., organ manufacturer, house 140 Pearl 
Richardson John W., salesman (5 Winter, B.), h. 20 Lake 
Richardson Kate, widow, house 75 Cambridge 
Richardson Mercy, widow of Edward, house 803 Main 
Richardson Orlando B., E. G. B. Co. (110 Tremont, room 

35, B.), house 9 Tremont [View av. 

Richardson Oscar W., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 7 Lake 
Richardson Richard R., engineer Crawford House (85 

Court, B.), house 21 Lawrence 
Richardson Samuel C., hairdresser, 10 Brighton, house 3 

Cowperthwaite 
Richardson Sarah E., widow of Edwin F., bds. 76 Green 
Richardson Virgil, porter, house 54 Washington 
Richardson Walcott, cattle broker, h. 7 Lake View av. 
Richardson William Fox, iron and steel (41 Fulton, B.), 

house 39 Walden 
Richardson William F., jr. (41 Fulton, B.), boards Wm. 

F. Richardson's, Walden 
Richardson William K., student H. U., rms. 2 Little's blk. 
Richardson William L., instructor in obstetrics H. U., 

house at Boston [hall 

Richardson William M., student H. IT., rooms 16 Thayer 
Richardson William T., coal and wood, College wharf, 

order box, 464 Harvard, house 42 Trowbridge 



356 CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 

Richardson Willis K., boards 20 Lake 

Richardson & Atnee (Benjamin H. Richardson and Wm. 

A. Atnee), booksellers, 5 Harvard square 
Richmond Ann Mrs., house 16 Leigh ton court 
Richmond Anna Miss, boards 794 Main 
Richmond Bessie R. Miss, boards 794 Main 
Richmond Geo. F., clerk (15 Chauncy, B.), h. 107 Pearl 
Richmond John \V\, glassraaker, boards 16 Leighton ct. 
Richmond William H., machinist, bds. 16 Leighton court 
Rickards Bennett O., case maker M. & H. O. Co., house 

193 Putnam avenue 
Ricker Charles V., clerk, boards 85 Winsor 
Ricker Clinton A., bookkeeper C. H. North & Co. (Som- 

erville), house 112 Thorndike [Somerville 

Ricker Edward, carriage painter, 178 North avenue, h. at 
Ricker Frances B., widow of Vesey, house 85 Winsor 
RICKER GEORGE F., bedding, steam renovating, etc., 

636 Main, house 45 Magazine 
Ricker George H., clerk, boards 85 Winsor [h. 26 do. 

Ricker Jedediah, carpenter, and boots and shoes, 28 River, 
Ricker John E., engineer S. F. E. 4, house 7 Orchard 
Ricker Luther P., carpenter, house 34 Lee 
Ricker Moses, carpenter, 3 River, house 12 do. 
Ricker Sarah E. Mrs., house 112 Thorndike [River 

Ricker William H., clerk (32 F. H. Market, B.), house 26 
Ricker Winfield S., printer Riverside Press, h. 95 River 
Ricks Philip, boards 6 Portland [Cambridge 

Rickson Noel R., hairdresser (35 Hanover, B.), h. 476 
Rideout Bradford O., planer, State, cor. Osborn, house 17 

Suffolk [born, h. 9 Suffolk 

Rideout Duncan T., foreman planing dept., State, cor. Os- 
Ridgly Edward, student H. U., rooms 5 Hollis hall 
Rife George, currier, house 366 North avenue 
Riggs Caroline M. Mrs., widow, house 105 Oxford 
Riggs George F., student (Institute of Technology, B.), 

boards 105 Oxford 
Riggs John S., hostler U. R. Co., 201 Main, h. 39 Hastings 
Riggs Julia, widow, house 25 Webster avenue 
Riggs May, house 60 Washington 
Riley Cornelius, laborer, boards 186 Gore 
Riley Daniel, laborer, house Marsh court 
Riley David, brick layer, house rear 8 Gore 
Riley Frederic, roofer (100 Beverly, B.), h. 47 William 
Riley Harriet S., widow of John, house 191 Cambridge 
Riley Hugh, brush maker (144 Oliver, B.), h. 13 Eighth 
Riley Hugh, laborer, house 19 Beaver [North 

Riley James H., cash boy (450 Washington, B.), bds. 24 
Riley Jeremiah, laborer, house rear 146 Thorndike 
Riley Jeremiah A., musician Metropolitan Band (34 

Brattle, B.), house 34 Clark 



CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 357 

Riley John, laborer, house 161 Franklin 
Riley John, laborer, house 21 Reed 
Riley John, laborer, house Bond, near Concord avenue 
Riley John, blacksmith, Columbia, boards 107 do. 
Riley John, laborer, house rear 25 Sixth 
Riley John, teamster, house 9 Somerset 
Riley John, jr., teamster, boards 9 Somerset 
Riley John W., house 107 Columbia 
s Riley Lucy M., widow of Hugh, house 27 Western av. * 
Riley Martin, laborer, house 142 Elm 
Riley Mary, widow of Patrick, house 13 Somerset 
Riley Michael, laborer, boards 17 South 
Riley Michael, laborer, house 19 South 
Riley Nicholas, hostler, boards 87 Harvard 
Riley Patrick, teamster, house 30 Donnell 
Riley Patrick, laborer, house 27 Warren 
Riley Patrick, boards 9 Somerset 
Riley Sarah, widow, house 77 Broadway 
Riley Sarah, widow, house 87 Harvard 
Riley Susan, widow of Richard, house 15 Vine 
Riley Thomas, watchman, house 4 Village 
Rimson Augustus, teamster, house 26 Brewery 
Rindge Daniel, carpenter, 51 Otis, house 42 Third 
Rindge Frederick H., student H. XL, bds. 344 Harvard 
Rindge John, clerk (4 Winthrop sq., B.), house 13 Ells- 
worth avenue 
Rindge Samuel B., dry goods (4 Winthrop sq., B.), and 

pres. Chas. River Natl. Bank, h. 344 Harvard 
Ring John, laborer, house rear 42 Vine 
Ring William, teamster, boards 108 Cambridge 
Ringer Josiah H., foreman N. N. Stickney & Co., house 

11 Mount Auburn 
Ringer J. H. Mrs., dressmaker, house 11 Mt. Auburn 
Rinn John B., gardener, house 79 Concord avenue 
Ripley Frank L„ bookkeeper (59 Chatham, B.), boards 
113 Inman [thwaite 

Ripley Isaac R., waiter Memorial hall, house 35 Cowper- 
Ripley Richard J., foreman (105 Friend, B.), h. 101 Pearl 
Risdon Isaac E., sheet iron worker, house 8 Tufts 
Risley Charles, coach driver, house 7 Seventh 
Ritchie George, law student H. U., rooms 13 Remington 
Rivera Geronimo, machinist, house 260 Sydney 
Rivers Francis, laborer, house 117 Pleasant 
Rivers Isaac, carpenter, house 72 Columbia 
Rivers Isaac W., boards 128 Pearl 
Rivers Joseph, tinsmith, boards 117 Pleasant 
Riverside Press, H. O. Houghton & Co., printers and 

publishers, Blackstone 
Rivinius Fred. W., stoves, etc., 432 Harvard, b. 5 Linden 



358 CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 

Roach Catherine, widow of Richard, house 33 Fourth 
Roach David F., bookkeeper (F. H. Club, B.), boards 33 

Fourth 
Roach Edmund, laborer, boards 103 Spruce 
Roach James, laborer, h. Lexington a v., 3d from North av. 
Roach Joanna, grocer, Bristol, cor. Hampshire, house do. 
Roach John, laborer, house 103 Spruce 
Roach John, house rear 19 Cowperthwaite 
Roach John E., machinist, 624 Main, house 33 Fourth 
Roach Martin \V., musician, boards 9 Phillips place 
Roach Maurice, baker, house 9 Hancock 
Roach William H., laborer, house 23 Sargent 
Roaf Albert B., salesman, 580 Main, bds. do. [h. do. 

Roaf Robert N. (R. N. Roaf & Co.), clothing, 580 Main, 
Roaf Robert N., jr. (R. N. Roaf & Co.), clothing, 580 

Main, boards do. 
Roaf R. N. & Co. (Robert N. and Robert N. Roaf, jr.), 

clothing and gents' furnishing goods, 580 Main 
Roaf Will F., clerk, 580 Main, boards do. 
Roan Michael, mason, house 4 Antrim 
Roan Thomas, machinist, house 9 Summer 
Robart Henry W., cabinet maker, boards 51 Banks 
Robart John O., furniture, etc., 27 Brattle sq., h. 51 Banks 
Robart William O., cabinet maker, house 49 Banks 
Robbins Benjamin W., trader, house 25 Pleasant 
Robbins Charles H., waiter Memorial hall 
Robbins Clara A. Miss, house 10 Oxford 
Robbins Daniel, laborer, h. Concord av., 2d from F. R. R. 
Robbins Frances E. Miss, music teacher, h. 10 Oxford 
Robbins George W., agent Eyelet Tool Co. (9 Green, B.), 

house 63 Columbia 
Robbins Hiram, watchman, boards 652 Main 
Robbins James M., real estate, etc., 600 Main, h. 25 Lee 
Robbins Josephine Mrs., dressmaker, house 25 Pleasant 
Robbins J. J. Mrs., matron Memorial hall [bridge 

Robbins Morton D., bookkeeper I. P. Estes, h. 49 Trow- 
Roberts Alfred A. Mrs., house 3 Wallace 
Roberts Annie E. Miss, dressmaker, h. 1, rear 37 Norfolk 
Roberts Arthur W., student H. U., boards 16 Prospect 
Roberts Benjamin W., principal Allston grammar school, 

house 16 Prospect 
Roberts Fred. H., brushmaker, boards 39 Fourth 
Roberts George B. (Kendall & Roberts), machinist and 

boiler mnfr., 72 and 92 Main, house 20 Craigie 
Roberts- George T., carpenter, house 82 Green 
Roberts Herbert Howard, student H. U., rooms 7 College 

house [h. 128 Oxford 

Roberts James H., machinery (118 and 120 Merrimac, B.), 
Roberts Owen, laborer, house 458 Cambridge 



CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 359 

Roberts Susan A., widow of Chas. C, h. 12 Auburn court 
Robertson Angus, printer Riverside Press, h. 22 Upton 
Robertson Emeline S. Miss, at H. U. Library, boards 416 

Harvard [at Chelsea 

Robertson James, cigars and tobacco, 202 Cambridge, h. 
Robins Francis, piano tuner, house 172 Harvard • 
ROBINSON AARON, provisions (Causeway, corner 

Billerica, B.), house 52 Franklin 
Robinson Alden, house 60 Thorndike 
Robinson Alfred, laborer, house 28 Hastings 
Robinson Almira H. Mrs., house 53 River 
Robinson Ann, widow of Joel, house 55 Cambridge 
Robinson Arthur, laborer, boards 28 Hastings 
Robinson Byron A. (Robinson & Reed), extracts, 608 

Main, house at Somerville 
Robinson Charles, hairdresser, 83 Cambridge, h. at Boston 
Robinson Chas., brass worker F. Draper & Co., h. at Boston 
Robinson Charles, inventor, 458 Main, h. 47 Hamilton 
Robinson Charles G. T., clerk, 610 Main, bds. 70 Inman 
Robinson Chas. R., produce (33 John, B.), h. 50 Magazine 
Robinson Converse L., pianoforte action maker, house 8 

Kinnaird 
Robinson Edward, student H. U., rooms 44 Matthews hall 
Robinson Edward A., student H. U., boards at Boston 
Robinson Ellen Miss, house 97 Austin 
Robinson George E., provisions (27 New F. H. market, 

B.), house 11 Day [William 

Robinson James B., clerk (178 Congress, B.), boards 29 
Robinson James H., clerk, 610 Main, house 122 Green 
Robinson James M., washer, 677 Main, h. 144 Columbia 
ROBINSON JAMES R., consulting steam engineer (55 

Simmons building, B.), house 15 Magazine 
Robinson John, laborer, house 22 Charles River 
Robinson John D., clerk (107 Milk, B.), house 133 Pearl 
Robinson John H., clerk (Causeway, cor. Billerica, B.), 

boards 52 Franklin 
Robinson John I., cook, house 126J Green 
Robinson Joseph, sawyer, house 118 Fourth 
Robinson Joseph S., carpenter, house 11 River 
Robinson Richard, hairdresser, 208 Hampshire, h. at Boston 
Robinson Thomas, holly goods mnfr., 440 Main,h. 50 Clark 
Robinson Thomas B., salesman, 168 Gore, h. 146 Spring 
Robinson Thomas R., tool maker F. Draper & Co., house 

at Maiden [hall 

Robinson Warren M., student H. U., rooms 27 Matthews 
Robinson William, driver U. R. Co., boards David P. 

Burley's, Cambridge, cor. Baldwin 
Robinson William B., house 29 William [Inman 

Robinson William D., bookkeeper, 610 Main, house 70 



360 CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 

Robinson William J., bar tender, 198 Cambridge, boards 
15 Linden [70 Inman 

Robinson Wm. L. B., letter carrier P. O., 625 Main, bds. 
Robinson William R., engineer, house 8 Marvin place 
Robinson & Reed (Byron A. Robinson and Charles F. 
Reed), extracts, etc., 608 Main [Langdon 

Roby Mary G., widow of William, boards H. A. Piper's, 
Roby William H., clerk N. E. Glass Co., h. 73 Fourth 
Roby William T., pattern maker, boards 73 Fourth 
Roche Maurice, baker, house 9 Hancock 
Rochester DeLancey, student H. IT., ring. 3 Holyoke house 
Rock Joseph, brick maker, house Vassal lane, rear Cof- 
ran's brick yard [brick yard 

Rock Louis, brick maker, h. Dublin, 4th from Wyatt's 
Rocker Daniel, waiter Memorial hall 

Rockwood Ezra E., clerk (131 Leverett, B.), bds. 55 Third 
Rockwood Louisa, widow of Ezra J., tailoress, h. 55 Third 
Rodriguez P. A., student, rooms 17 Lawrence hall 
Roetter Paulus, draughtsman Museum Comparative Zo- 
ology, bds. P. French's, Church 
Rogan Michael J., laborer, house 102 Tremont 
Rogers Alfred II., student H. U., rooms 6 Little's block 
Rogers Andrew J., driver U. R. Co., house 62 River 
Rogers Benjamin Mrs., house 55 Dana 
Rogers Benjamin F. (Rogers & Co.), wood and coal, foot 

Coggswell avenue, house 13 Walden 
Rogers Bernard, laborer, h. Bacon's block, r. 125 Gore 
Rogers Charles M., house 12 Rogers block, Main 
Rogers Felix M., painter, house 456 Cambridge 
Rogers George M., real estate, 11 Rogers block, Main, h. 

at Lexington 
Rogers Hamilton G., car builder, house 28 Fairmont 
Rogers Hugh, gas fitter, boards 136 Elm 
Rogers Isaac L., student H. XL, rooms 34 Felton building 
Rogers John, carpenter, house 82 Spring 
Rogers John M., car driver U. R. Co., h. 24 Pleasant 
Rogers Joseph T., iron roller, h. 223 Broadway, room 6 
Rogers L. Waldo, electrotyper (15 Cornhill, B.), house 
55 Dana [125 Gore 

Rogers Michael, bds. Bernard Rogers', Bacon's block, r. 
Rogers Oliver P., dentist (49 Union sq., Somerville), h. 

3 Norfolk 
Rogers Patrick C, cooper, house 60 Pearl 
Rogers Sabra D. Mrs., house Arlington, cor. Walnut av. 
Rogers Stephen W., public carriage, 625 Main, house 24 

Pleasant 
Rogers Terrence, laborer, house 136 Elm [ton 

Rogers Wilbur C. (18 Canal, B.), h. Walnut av., c. Arling- 



CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 361 

Rogers William A., assistant professor of astronomy H. 

U. Observatory, bds. do. [ball 

Rogers William S.,* student H. U"., rooms 13 Holwoithy 
Rogers & Co. (Benjamin F. Rogers), wood and coal, foot 

of Coggswell avenue 
Robde Joseph, boots and shoes, 461 Main, h. 27 River 
Rohrbacher William, laborer, house 36 Hampshire 
Rolfe John C, student H. U., boards 405 Broadway 
Rolfe Lvdia D., widow of John, house 405 Broadway 
Rolfe William, painter, house 23 Mill 
Rolfe William J., author, house 405 Broadway [av. 

Rollins Geo. O., carriage smith, 11 Church, h. 46 Putnam 
Rollins William H., instructor in dental pathology H. U., 

house at Boston 
Ronan John, varnisher, boards 112 Third 
Ronan John, marble polisher (B.), house 152 Bridge 
Ronan Mary, widow of Miles, house 112 Third 
Rooney Sarah Mrs., house Montgomery, 3d from Spruce 
Rooney William, laborer, house 23 Sparks 
Rooney, see Runey 

Roosevelt Theodore, student H. II., rooms 16 Winthrop 
Roper Bernard J., potter, boards 43 Reed 
Roper Elizabeth, widow of Bernard, house 43 Reed 
Roper Francis, iron worker, boards 42 Montgomery 
Roper Francis, rope maker, boards 43 Reed 
Roper George H., clerk (19 Washington, B.), h. 18 Front 
Roper James, rope maker (Navy Yard, Charlestown), h. 

42 Montgomery, cor. Friend 
Roper John, carriage painter, boards 42 Montgomery 
Roper John F., teamster, boards 27 Reed 
Roper Joseph, laborer, house 27 Reed 
Roper Joseph H., rope maker, house 43 Reed 
Rose Eben, teacher of drawing, house 106 Inman 
Rose Hiram H., student H. U., rooms 4 Holyoke 
Rose John T. Rev., rooms 15 Lawrence hall 
Rosenberg Joseph, glass cutter, house 5 Lincoln 
Rosenberg Joseph B., fresco painter, bds. 204 Cambridge 
Rosenberg Martin, fresco and house painter (97 Sudbury, 

B.), house 61 Third 
Rosenberg Samuel, peddler, house 94 Fourth 
Rosenberg Vendell, glass cutter, house 204 Cambridge 
Rosenblatt Herrnon, peddler, house 47 Fairmont 
Roser Joseph, laborer, house 2 Stevens court 
Ross David, carpenter, house 11 Eighth 
Ross Denman W., rooms 24 Craigie 
Ross Fanny, widow of Michael, house Conlon's court 
Ross Frederick, laborer, house rear 50 Pine 
Ross George, coachman, 317 Harvard, boards do. 
Ross Hibbard P. Mrs., house Ross House, 7 Broadway 



362 CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 

Ross Hugh, junk, 86 Fifth, house do. 
Ross John L. (18 Arch, B.), house 24 Craigie 
Ross Reason, hostler, house 92 Harvard 
Ross Robert (Robert Ross & Son), contractor, 16 Gerry, 
house do. [16 Gerry- 

Ross Robert T. (Robert Ross & Son), contractor, boards 
Ross Robert & Son (Robert and Robert T. Ross), con- 
tractors, 16 Gerry [h. 34 Charles 
Ross William, britannia worker F. Draper & Co., Otis, 
Ross William, jr., grainer, house 93 River 
Ross William Munroe, grainer, house 93 River 
Ross William W. Mrs., house rear 50 Pine [bridge 
Rossiter John, engineer (69 Charlestown, B.), h. 8 Cam- 
Roth Jacob, cabinet maker, boards 13 School 
Roth John, cabinet maker, boards 13 School 
Roulston Samuel, upholsterer, 25 Brattle, h. 72 Wright 
Rounds Charles A , conductor U. R. Co., h. 90 Mt. Auburn 
Rounds Elvira, widow of Benj. T., house 36 Pearl 
Rounds William J., mason, house 36 Pearl 
Rourke Dennis, peddler, house 7 Porter, near Warren 
Rourke James B., peddler, house rear 40 Vine 
Rourke James E., undertaker, 71 Elm, house do. 
Rourke Jeremiah, laborer, house 128 River . 
Rourke Julia, widow of John, house 11 Reed 
Rourke Mary, widow of Lawrence, house 22 Harvard 
Rourke Mathew, molder, boards 21 Harvard 
Rourke Michael, laborer, house rear 133 Spruce 
Rourke Michael, peddler, house 29 Harvard 
Rourke Patrick, peddler, house 23 Webster avenue 
Rourke Peter F., groceries, etc., 16 Harvard, house do. 
Roust Joseph, blacksmith, house 41 Banks 
Row Amelia Mrs., dressmaker, house 20 Prince 
Row Fred. J., provisions, 80 Pleasant, house 65-J- do. 
Rowe Edward, laborer, house 61 Hastings 
ROWE HUGH, granite, 45 Main, h. 36 Covvperthwaite 
Rowe John, brush maker, boards 67 Vine 
Rowe John, potter, boards 201 North avenue 
Rowe John J., stone cutter, 45 Main, b. 36 Cowperthwaite 
Rowe Joseph O. F., house Acorn, corner Chestnut 
Rowe Philip, stone cutter, house 1 Union 
ROWE REUBEN B., express, office 525 Main and (38 

F. H. square, B.), house 51 Springfield, Somerville 
Rowe Samuel F., teamster A. Hubbard, h. 15 Mt. Auburn 
Rowe Sarah, widow of Edward, house 67 Vine 
Rowe Simon J., expressman, boards 10 South 
Rowe S. Florence Miss, milliner, house 15 Mt. Auburn 
Rowe William, upholsterer (B.), boards 67 Vine 
Rowell Ephraim Q., mason, house 44 Bigelow 
Rowell Samuel, liquors, house 133 Columbia 



CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 363 

Rowell Sarah E. Mrs., bouse 24 Lee 

Rowen Patrick, engineer Mass. Gen. Hospital (Blossom, 

B.), boards 82 Cambridge 
Rowlands Samuel, harness maker, house 17 Plymouth 
Rowlands Walter, clerk (220 Devonshire, B.), boards 17 

Plymouth 
Roy Bridget Mrs., house rear 22 Grant 
Roy Robert (Warren & Roy), grocer 32 Hastings h. do. 
Royal Frank J., laborer, house 128 Gore 
Royal Thomas, brass finisher (Allen, corner-Brighton, B.), 

boards 128 Gore 
Ruffin Henry St. Pierre, student H. U., rooms 19 DeWolf 
Rugg Charles W., house 100 Putnam avenue 
Rugg George H. (Holmes & Rugg), wood and coal, 160 

River, opp. City mill, house 219 Putnam avenue 
Rugg Samuel F., auctioneer, 8 Brattle and (46 Court, 

B.), house Wendell, corner Oxford 
Ruggles Charles F., ship master, house 76 Norfolk 
Ruggles John, house 1 Inman court • 

Ruggli Joseph A., shoe maker, 3 Brattle, h. 33 Mill 
Ruhan John, wheelwright, rear 178 Columbia, house 199 

Tremont 
Ruhling Margaret, widow of Frederick, house 34 Cherry 
Rumley John, engineer Revere House (Bowdoin square, 

B.), house 161 Spring 
Rumrill Ebenezer B., pattern maker, house 414 Main 
Rundlett Roger S., tuner M. & H. O. Co., h. 13 Norfolk 
Rundlett Taylor M. Mrs., house 8 Tremont 
Runey Owen, laborer, house 140 Garden 
Runey Owen, laborer, house 131 Winsor 
Rupert Wells F., student H. U., rooms 16 Trowbridge 
RUSS WILLIAM H., bookbinder (4 Alden^toe, ^B.), 
house 9 Union [34 Market 

Russ William H., jr., bookbinder (4 Alden^t, B.), house 
Russak Frank, student H. U., rooms 3 Beck hall, 
Russell Alden D., confectionery, boards 8 Douglass 
Russell Amos, agent, house 8 Douglass 
Russell Chas. D., printer University Press, h. 48 Linnaean 
Russell Charles L., constable and deputy tax collector, 

house 30 Franklin [69 Sparks 

RUSSELL CHAS. THEO., counsellor (27 State, B.), h. 
RUSSELL CHARLES THEODORE, JR., lawyer (27 

State, B.), boards 69 Sparks 
Russell Charles T., pork cutter, house 451 Cambridge 
Russell Christopher, laborer, house 41 Porter 
Russell C. Maria Miss, house 902 Main 
Russell Edward G., clergyman, house 343 Harvard 
Russell Emery P., salesman (40 Summer, B.), boards 686 

Main 



364 CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 

Russell Eugene D., student H. U., rooms 410 Harvard 
Russell E. L. Miss, assistant at Dana library, boards 8 

Douo-lsss 
Russell Fisk, pattern maker, house 8 Worcester 
Russell Francis F., furniture, etc., 535 Main, h. 7 Upton 
Russell Frank E., livery stable (35 Endicott, B.), house 

270 Broadway 
Russell Henry E., clerk (205 State, B.), bds. 69 Sparks 
Russell Herbert F., clerk (83 Broad, B.), bds. 8 Worcester 
Russell James, clergyman (Boston), house 34 Harvard 
Russell Joseph H., regulator M. & H. O. Co., h. 54 Elm 
Russell James S., butcher, house 41 Oxford 
Russell John, laborer, house 17 Baldwin 
Russell John, peddler, boards rear 45 Winter 
Russell John H., cracker dealer, house 9 Worcester 
Russell Joseph, laborer, house 356 Broadway 
Russell Joseph B. (205 State, B.), boards 69 Sparks 
Russell J. Henry, clerk (39 Court, B.), house 52 Prospect 
Russell Luther, glass blower, house 185 Hampshire 
Russell Maria Mrs., dressmaker, 34 Harvard, house do. 
Russell Robert A., boards 48 Linnsean [av. 

Russell Sylvanus, printer Riverside Press, bds. 83 Putnam 
Russell Theodore L., baker, house 30 Shepard 
Russell Thomas, student H. U., rooms 44 Thayer hall 
Russell Thomas F., shoemaker, 184 North avenue, house 

354 Broadway 
Russell Thomas W., laborer, house 37 Dnnster 
Russell Wilbur S., clerk Blackstone National Bank (132 

Hanover, B.), house 80 Inman 
RUSSELL WILLIAM E., lawyer (27 State, B.), rooms 

69 Sparks 
Russell WiUiam J., groceries, etc., 27 Brighton, house do. 
Russell William M., clerk (24 Oliver, B.), bds. 30 Franklin 
Russell William. W., mason, house 23 Fourth 
Ruston John T., packer Thurston, Hall & Co., house 147 

Columbia 
Ruston Thomas, lamp lighter, house 55 Union 
Ruth Albert, janitor, house 179 Main 
Ruth Jane Miss (Maguire & Ruth), fancy goods, 380 

Cambridge, house do. 
Rutherford George E., tin plate worker, bds. 32 Cherry 
Rutledge Charles, pastry cook, Memorial hall 
Ryan Bridget, widow, house 44 Broadway 
Ryan Charles H., carpenter, house 8 Donnell 
Ryan Charles W., clerk (450 Washington, B.), rooms 68 

Mount Auburn 
Ryan Daniel, potter, boards James Hulse's, Raymond 
Ryan Dennis, teamster, house 36 Gore 
Ryan Edward, printer, house 29)£ Banks 



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Ryan James, tailor, house 8 Eighth 

Ryan James F., plumber (74 Chas'n, B.), h. 145 Columbia 

Ryan John, waiter Holly Tree Coffee rooms, h. 11 Gerry 

Ryan John, shoemaker, house 159 Franklin 

Ryan John, blacksmith, house 23 Reed 

Ryan John, laborer, house 34 Cambridge 

Ryan John, flagman B. & A. R. R., h. Ninth, rear Otis 

Ryan John C, cooper, 138 Gore, h. rear 421 Cambridge 

Ryan John G., printer (699 Washington, B.), house 125 

Columbia 
Ryan John J., iron molder, house 13 School 
Ryan Joseph, cooper, house 4 Harding, near Cambridge 
Ryan Thomas, laborer, house 155 Franklin 
Ryan Thomas, laborer, boards John Ryan's, Ninth 
Ryan Timothy, millman F. Geldovvsky, house 110 Gore 
Ryan William, fret sawyer Shaw & Applin, h. 27 Gore 
Ryan William H., foreman dry press room University 

Press, h. Sacramento place, last on left 
Ryan William J., laborer, boards 247 Putnam, avenue 
Ryder Charles, carpenter, house 174 Harvard 
Ryder Edwin C, salesman (228 Congress, B.), boards 313 

Broadway 
Ryder Emmons P., house 46 Prospect 
Ryder George E., commission merchant (6 Commercial, 

B.), h. 12 Magazine [B.), h. 313 Broadway 

Ryder George G., commision merchant (6 Commercial, 
Ryder Richard, ship master, house 201 Harvard 
Ryder Rodolphus, piano action maker, h. 90 Washington 
Ryder. Salathiel N. (Ryder & Davis), grocer, 126 Inman, 

h. do. [vis)* grocers, 124 and 126 Inman 

Ryder & Davis (Salathiel N. Ryder and Edward A. Da- 
Ryther George H., law student, rooms 13 Hancock 

SACHS BARNEY, student H. XL, boards 10 Oxford 
Sadler Elsie Mrs., house 41 Brookline 
Sadler Frederic, cabinet maker, boards 41 Brookline 
Sadler James M. (Moulton & Sadler), clocks, pictures, 

etc., 162 Cambridge, house at Roslindale 
Sadlier William E., carriage painter American Steam Safe 

Co. (66 Sudbury, B.), house 21 Cambridge 
Safford Aaron H., woolens (20 Franklin, B.), house 5 

Fayerweather 
Safford Asa, molder, house 55 Gore 
Safford Frank, house 11 Rogers block, Main 
Safford Oscar F. Rev., pastor First Universalist Society, 

house 27 Columbia 
Sage Lewis, house Somerville av., near Union square 
Sails Edwin S., hay and grain, 26 Brighton, bds. 7 Gerry 
Saltonstall Lindall W. Rev., at Episcopal Theological 

Seminary, rooms 9 Lawrence hall 



366 CAMBRIDGE [ $] DIRECTORY. 

Saltonst;ill Richard M., student H. U., rms. 32 Gray's hall 
Sampson David H., laborer, h. offMt. Auburn, next City 

building [F. R. R. 

Sampson George, laborer, house Concord av., 4th from 
Sampson Jacob A., janitor, house off Mt. Auburn, next 

City buiMing 
Sampson Leander, laborer, house 1 Nichols place 
Sampson William P., boots and shoes, 597 Main, house 

42' Magazine 
Samson Sewall D., foreman wood workers M. & H. O. 

Co., house at Woburn 
Samuel Herbert, house 56 Putnam avenue 
Samuel Sarah, widow of Alfred L., house 56 Putnam av. 
Sanborn Ambrose H., machinist B. & L. R. R. shop, 

house 123 Thorndike 
Sanborn Amos C. (A. C. Sanborn & Co.), granite, San- 
born's wharf, 68 Bridge, house 149 Magazine 
SANBORN A. C. & CO.'(AmosC. Sanborn, Benjamin S. 

Hoyt and Lyman F. Sanborn), rough and hammered 

granite, Sanborn's wharf, 68 Bridge (Boston office 

35 Hawley) [Coggswell avenue 

Sanborn Charles A., butcher, house 12 Westford, near 
Sanborn Charles A., jr., conductor U. R. Co., house 28 

Coggswell avenue 
Sanborn Charles M., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 7 Perry 
Sanborn Edward E., auctioneer, boards Porters Hotel 
Sanborn Elizabeth A., widow of James F., h. 96 Magazine 
Sanborn George O., clothing, boards 149 Magazine 
Sanborn Joel L., machinist, 368 Main, house 262 Sydney 
Sanborn Joshua S., clerk, 5 Broadway, h. 29 Brookline 
Sanborn Lyman F. (A. C. Sanborn & Co.), granite, 68 

Bridge, boards 149 Magazine 
Sanborn Mary K., widow, house 129 Magazine 
Sanborn P. E. Mrs., house 19 Everett 
Sanborn Silas, boards 92 Thorndike 
Sanborn Silas, jr., clerk (Custom House, B.), house 92 

Thorndike [Magazine 

Sanborn S. H., book binder (73 Federal, B.), house 129 
Sancrie Charles A., mason, house 77 Fifth 
Sandernew Gilbert, laborer, house 152 Spruce 
Sanders George A., clerk (91 Franklin, B.), h. 28 Pearl 
Sanders James R., peddler, house 112 VVinsor 
Sanders Joseph, boots and shoes (Holland, West Somer- 

erville), house rear 372 North avenue 
Sanders Samuel, agent (Citizen's Mutual Insurance Co. 

of Brighton), house 11 Market [Third 

Sanders Thomas J., watchman N. E. Glass Co., bds. 59 
Sanderson Christopher C, carpenter, house 27 Tremont 
Sanderson George R., key maker M. & H. O. Co., house 

252 Broadway 






CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 367 

Sanderson Joseph, special police (B. & A. depot, B.), 

house 10 Far well place 
Sanderson Mary C. Mrs., h. 256 North avenue [Pearl 
Sanderson Simeon, salesman (53 North Market, B.),h. 33 
Sanderson William R., teamster, house 102 Tremont 
Sands Albert I., teacher of bookkeeping (43 Milk, B.), 

house 113 Auburn 
Sands Benjamin F., flour (172 State; B.), house 20 Avon 
Sands George H., clerk, house 96 Winsor 
Sands Harriet E. Miss, dressmaking and millinery, 44 In- 

man, opp. Harvard school, bds. Ivory Sands', Banks 
Sands Henrietta Mrs., house 55>£ Portland 
Sands Hiram, real estate agent (B.), house 96 Winsor 
Sands Ivory, house Banks, cor. Sands [Wyeth 

Sands John L., brick mnfr., Walden, foot Garde*n, h. 25 
Sands Martin W., clerk John L. Sands, bds. 25 Wyeth 
Sands Orin E., salesman (41 Coml. whf., B.), h. 15 Wyeth 
Sands Robert L., marble works, Coolidge avenue, house 

Mount Auburn, opposite the cemetery 
Sandt Charles, brass worker, house 208 Harvard 
Sanger Charles R., student H. U., rooms 39 Thayer hall 
Sanger Charlotte K. Mrs., house 472 Broadway 
Sanger Chester F., student H. IL, boards 36 Arlington 
Sanger Edward G., bookkeeper (50 Franklin, B.), house 

9 Norfolk [ket, B.), h. 61 Pleasant 

Sanger Edwin A., butter and cheese (34 New F. H. Mar- 
Sanger George P., U. S. attorney and counselor at law, 

U. S. Court House (140 Tremont, B.), house 472 

Broadway [472 Broadway 

Sanger George P., jr., lawyer (140 Tremont, B.), boards 
Sanger Irene F. Miss, private school (76 Chestnut, B.), 

boards 472 Broadway 
Sanger Warren, cashier Monument Natl. Bank (Thomp- 
son sq., Charlestown), h. 36 Arlington [way 
Sanger Wm. T., clerk (79 Franklin, B.), bejs. 472 Broad- 
Sargeant Samuel D., cashier (220 Devonshire, B.), house 

20 Ware 
Sargeant Sarah W. Miss, house Greenough avenue 
Sargent Benjamin, glassmaker, house Church place 
Sargent Charles S., director of the Arnold arboretum and 

botanic garden, H. U., house at Brookline 
Sargent Daniel T., delivery clerk freight house (B. & A. 

R. R., B.), house 24 Essex [hall 

Sargent Henry R., student H. U., rooms 57 Matthews 
Sargent Howard, mariner, house 11 Follen 
Sargent John, house 53 Norfolk 
Sargent John D., boards 53 Norfolk 
Sargent Joseph G., tin peddler, house 39 Union 
Sargent Maria, widow, house 507 Main [b. 84 Austin 

Sargent Nettie Miss, teacher Allston grammar school, 



368 



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Sassard Eliza J., widow of John A., house 42 Sydney 
Sassard John E., wig maker (418 Washington, B.), house 

42 Sydney [at Boston 

Satchwell Christopher, printer John Wilson & Son, house 
Sa'ul Clarence A., boards 62 Columbia 
Saul William B., clerk (71 Summer B.), bds. 122 Norfolk 
Saul William H., foreman (3 Winthrop sq., B.), house 

62 Columbia 
Sault Thomas, potter, bds. 45 Coggswell av. [do 

Saunders Ambrose C, apothecary, 169 Cambridge, h. 167 
Saunders Charles H., house 50 North avenue 
Saunders Francis E., dry goods, Harvard sq., cor. Dunster, 

house 4 Everett, near North avenue 
Saunders George E., salesman (155 Washington, B.), bds. 

9 Concord av. [Concord av. 

Saunders George S., hard ware (155 Washington, B.), h. 9 
Saunders Horace, real estate,- house 83 North avenue 
Saunders Joseph B., canvasser, house 21 Austin 
Saunders Rhoda G. Miss, computer Cambridge Observa- 
tory, Garden, boards 18 Mason 
Saunders William A., clothes cleaner, h. 63 Washington 
Saunders William A., house 108 North avenue 
Saunders William E. (N. N. Stickney & Co.), lumber, 

Winthrop wharfj boards 108 North avenue 
Sauzade Thomas J., student H. U., rms 12 Matthews hall 
Savage Annie L., teacher Webster avenue primary school 

(Somerville), boards 105 Inman [112 Auburn 

Savage Charles B. (Savage & Son), express, 600 Main, h. 
Savage David (Savage & Son), express, 600 Main, house 

473 do. 
Savage Frank G., foreman, 624 Main, h. at Charlestown 
Savage Henry W., student H. U.,' rms. 54 College house 
Savage James M., carpenter, house 132 Otis 
Savage John, carpenter, house 12 Putnam court 
Savage John, teamster, house rear 109 Third 
Savage Lizzie* C. Mrs., dressmaker, 22 Second, house do. 
Savage Wm. H., laborer, house 22 Second [600 Main 
Savage & Son (David and Charles B. Savage), express, 
Sawin Daniel Harrison, expressman, h. 12 Appian-way 
Sawin John B., expressman, house 8 Appian-way 
Sawin Mary Miss, house 11 Sumner 
SAWIN MOSES M., expressman, 14 Brighton, and (8 

and 34 Court square, B.), house 73 Brattle 
Sawin Nathaniel D., hides, etc. (15 Blackstone, B.), house 

49 North avenue 
Sawin Robert L., cashier N. E. Glass Co., h. at Arlington 
Sawin Samuel H., clerk, 5 Harvard row, h. Garden st. pi. 
Sawin Sullivan O., expressman, house 11 Appian-way 
SAWIN'S EXPRESS, M. M. Sawin, proprietor, 14 

Brighton, and (8 and 34 Court square, B.) 



CAMBRIDGE [§] DIRECTORY. 369 

Sawtell Albert L., clerk, boards 12 Upton 

Sawtell Frank L., paper, twine, etc. (134 Blackstone, B.), 

house 63 Magazine 
Sawtell Fred, house 239 Broadway 
Sawtell Sarah, widow of Benjamin, house 12 Upton 
Sawtell Wiriiam B., fruit (9 and 11 Merchants Row, B.), 

boards 12 Upton 
Sawtell William L., clerk, house 239 Broadway 
Sawtelle Carrie R. Miss, bookkeeper Dover Stamping 

Co., 163 Pleasant, boards Hotel Lynde, Boston 
Sawyer Albert F., painter, 460 Main, house 73 Columbia 
Sawyer Albert J., dentist, 569 Main, house 59 Auburn 
Sawyer Charles M., delivery clerk (512 Washington, B.), 

house 69 Washington 
SAWYER CHAS. A., painter, 460 Main, h. 8 Brookline 
Sawyer Charlotte, widow, house 39 Cottage 
Sawyer Edwin F., clerk (32 School, B.), bds. 58 Norfolk 
Sawyer Eleanor D., widow of Samuel J., house 92 Gore 
Sawyer Enos D. (E. D. Sawyer & Co.), lumber, 12 Cam- 
bridge, house 16 Clinton 
Sawyer Eusebius, soapboiler, house 73 Columbia 
Sawyer Evelyn A. Miss, teacher Reed primary school, 

boards at Somerville 
SAWYER E. D. & Co. (Enos D. Sawyer, Wm. Duren 

and Henry C. Copeland), lumber, 12 Cambridge 
Sawyer Frank W., boards 58 Norfolk 
Sawyer Franklin, upholsterer, house 80 Pearl 
Sawyer Franklin, jr., boards 80 Pearl 
Sawyer Geo. A., student, bds. J. A. Sawyer's, Mt. Vernon 
Sawyer George E., clerk, 460 Main, boards 73 Columbia 
SAWYER HOWARD M., oiled hat and oil clothing 

mnfr., Thorndike, rear Second, h. at W. Medford 
Sawyer Jabez A., attorney (42 Court, B.), h. Mt. Vernon 
Sawyer John J., assistant clerk of courts, Court House, 

East Cambridge, house at Somerville 
SAWYER JOHN S., roofer and agent Middlesex Fire 

Insurance Co., Hyde's block, 603 Main, h. 65 Austin 
Sawyer Josiah, shoe dealer, 28 Brookline, h. 39 Auburn 
Sawyer Lucy T. Miss, teacher Reed primary school, bds. 

at Somerville [bds. 39 Auburn 

Sawyer Mary E. Miss, teacher Willard primary school, 
Sawyer Otis S., jig sawyer, house rear 128 Thorndike 
Sawyer Thomas J. Mrs., house 58 Norfolk 
Sawyer William T., student H. U., rooms 20 Lee 
Sayles Mitchell, janitor H. L., rooms 77 Mt. Auburn 
Say ward Charles H., clerk, boards 303 Broadway [av. 
Sayward Henry R., salesman (77 Pearl, B.), h. 266 North 
Say ward John H., postal clerk, house 303 Broadway 
24 



370 CAMBRIDGE [ g] DIRECTORY. 

Sayward J. Franklin, clerk (118 South Market, B.), bds. 

303 Broadway [Main, h. 83 Auburn 

Scagel Hiram W., confidential clerk James Pike, 575)£ 
Scales Frank, mason, boards 40 Pine 
Scales True, mason, order box, 605 Main, house 40 Pine 
Scanlan Edward, bartender, 83 Bridge, house 143 do. 
Scanlan Eugene, laborer, house 55 Cedar 
Scanlan Frank P., painter, house 502 Cambridge 
Scanlan Jeremiah, laborer, house 67 Spruce 
Scanlan John, fruit peddler, house 34 Porter 
Scanlan John B., expressman, house 247 Broadway 
Scanlan Louis G., oar painter, house 198 Green 
Scanlan Mary L. Mrs., house 47 Essex 
Scanlan Patrick, laborer, h. Montgomery, 3d from Spruce 
Scanlan Thomas,Jaborer, house 15 Foster 
Scanlan Timothy, house 38 Third 

Scanlan Timothy Mrs., millinery goods, 38 Third, h. do. 
Scanlan Wm., gardener Hovey & Co., b. 6 Emmons pi. 
Scanlan William, laborer, house rear 61 Brighton 
Scannell David, at Revere Sugar Refinery, h. 13 Fourth 
Sceva Henry, house 481 Main 

Schaefer Rudolph, gunsmith, boards 4 Ashburton place 
Schaefer Wm. H., stndent H. U., rms. 16 Holmes place 
Schaefer William R., gunsmith (61 Elm, B.), house 4 

Ashburton place 
Schaffer Conrad, furrier (Chauncy, B.), house 40 Inman 
Schenck Austin Whitney, tea dealer, bds. 340 Broadway 
Schiebel John C, house 214 Cambridge 
Schiebel Mary A. Mrs., house 59 Vine 
Schiferdeker Charles, varnisher, house 212 Cambridge 
Schlittler Melchoir, varnisher, h. off Eighth, near Spring 
Schmalz Charles, foreman polishers F. Geldowsky, house 

at West Somerville 
Schmelzer Henry, shoemaker, 76 Harvard, house do. 
Schmokle Frank, boards 2 Water 
Schnetzer Florentine, confectioner, house 53 Columbia 
Schnetzer Florentine, jr., watchcase maker, b.53 Columbia 
Schofield William, student H. U., rooms 1 Hollis hall 
Schoolcraft Luke G., comedian, house 205 Hampshire 
Schoolcraft Matilda Mrs., house 205 Hampshire 
Schoppelrey Charles, jig sawyer, boards 129 Otis 
Schoppelrey Thomas, jig sawyer, house 129 Otis 
Schoppelrey William T., carver (E. B.), boards 129 Otis 
Schrepel Henry C, cigar maker, h. Greenough avenue 
Schubarth Albert, civil engineer, boards 91 Wendell 
Schubarth Marthinius L., printer University Press, h. 91 

Wendell 
Schuebeler William (Connor & Schuebeler), tailor, 436 

Harvard, house at Somerville 



CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 371 

Schulz August, engineer Shaw & Applin, house 18 Gore 
Schulz Frederick, currier, house 366 North avenue 
Schwamb John (John Schwamb & Co.), looking glass 

manufacturer, State, house 14 Sydney 
Schwamb John & Co. (John Schwamb), looking glass 

and picture frame mnfr., Osborn's mill, State 
Schwartz William H., student H. U., rooms 20 Hollishall 
Schwartzwalder John, supt. Doe & Hunnewell, First, h. 

147 Otis 
Schwarz Emil, cabinet maker, house 120 Spring 
Schwarz Mary Mrs., midwife, 120 Spring, house do. 
Scobey Charles, fireman B. & L. R. R., boards 27 Second 
Scobey Frank W., policeman, boards 95 Otis 
Scorgie Alexander E. ( S corgi e, Wight & Co.), Granite Pol- 
ishing Works, 258 Mt. Auburn, h. 259 do. [burn 
Scorgie Jas. C, draughtsman A. McDonald, h. 259 Mt. Au- 
Scorgie Mathison L. (Scorgie, Wight & Co.), Granite 

Polishing Works, 258 Mt. Auburn, house 215 do. 
Scorgie, Wight & Co. (Alexander E. Scorgie, A. Wight, 

and Mathison L. Scorgie), Granite Polishing Works, 

258 Mt. Auburn 
Scott Alexander F., boards 20 Pearl 
Scott Alice M. Miss, music teacher, house 44 Pleasant 
Scott Arthur L., master painter B. L. &'N. R. R., house 

at Lexington 
Scott Charles (B.), boards 81 Green 
Scott Charles A., mason, house 54 Gore 
Scott Charlotte, widow, house 378 Cambridge 
Scott Fred. D., waiter Memorial hall, rooms Holmes pi. 
Scott Henry E., student H. IX, rooms 51 Gray's hall 
Scott Henry M., carpenter, house 44 Pearl 
Scott Henry P., waiter Memorial hall, rooms Holmes pi. 
Scott James, shoemaker, house 233 Franklin 
Scott John, house 40 Broadway 

Scott John H., book binder, b. 4 Rogers blk., Washington 
Scott John W. A., artist, house 44 Pleasant 
Scott Mary J., wid. of Benj., h. 4 Rogers blk., Washington 
Scott Michael, glazier, house 90 Spring 
Scott Robert, carpenter, hiuse Richdale avenue [av. 

Scott Timothy A., printer lRiverside Press, b. 99 Western 
Scott Walter, boards 378 Aambridge 
Scovil Samuel J., house 10|^lason 
Scranton Fred D., turner, boards 15 Pleasant place 
Scranton Henry A., turning, etc., 386 Main, house 15 

Pleasant place [61 Sacramento 

Scranton Osbert, wash board mnfr. (89 Beverly, B.), b. 
Scranton William F., wood turner, house 6 Cherry 
Scribner Otis, provisions, 123 Harvard, bds. at Sornerville 
Scudder Christopher, sail maker, h. Ninth, cor. Cambridge 



372 CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 

Scudder Emma A. Miss, teacher High school, boards 100 

Auburn , 

Scudder Horace E., house 7 Waterhouse 
Scudder Mary B., widow of Alexander, house 100 Auburn 
Scudder Samuel H. S., house 156 Brattle [Boston 

Scudder Winthrop S. Mrs., clerk Riverside Press, h. at 
Scully Daniel, laborer, house 173 Elm 
Scully Francis P., student H. U., boards 40 Second 
Scully John, boards 173 Elm 
Scully John, pile dealer, 70 Second, house do. 
Scully Michael, porter (Crawford House, B.), h. 13 Pine 
Scully Thos. Rev., pastor St. Mary's church, h. 55 Norfolk 
Scully William, boards 173 Elm 

"Seabury Emily, widow of Benjamin, boards 16 William 
Seagrave Charles S., inspector Custom House (296 State, 

B.), house 26 Walden, opp. Westford 
Seaman James Mrs., h. Greenough av., cor. Ellsworth av. 
Seaman Thos., restaurant (272 Main, Chas'n), h. 41 Market 
Searle Arthur, assistant at Cambridge Observatory, h. 12 

Madison [Magazine 

Searles Arthur W., salesman (60 Summer, B.), house 65 
Searles Elizabeth Mrs., house 65 Magazine 
Searles Frank M., student, boards 65 Magazine 
Sears Alfred F., house 6 Charles River [do. 

SEARS ANTHONY P., tailor, 101 Cambridge, bds. 32 
Sears Charles Z., painter, house 6 Charles River 
Sears Edward, teamster, house 18 Donnell 
Sears George, painter, 4 Cambridge, house at Chelsea 
Sears George E., laborer J. P. Squire & Co., h. 1 Gore pi. 
Sears Hannah, widow of Clark, house 32 Mt. Auburn 
Sears Manuel, cabinet maker, h. Lowland av., r. 40 Spring 
Sears Wilson, in Boston Rolling Mill, house 103 Harvard 
Seaver Charles E., traveling salesman (38 Chauncy, B.), 

house 30 Seventh 
Seaver Clara, widow of Isaac, house 30 Seventh 
Seaver Harry E., student H. U., rooms 34 Felton bldg. 
Seaver John M., student H. U., rooms 31 Matthews hall 
Seaverns George W., piano action maker, 113 Broadway, 

house 41 Magazine 
Seaverns Frank H., clerk (38 Water, B.), b. 41 Magazine 
Seaverns Jennie Mrs., house Richdale av., near Raymond 
Seaverns Joel H., student H. U., rooms 25 College house 
Seaverns Walter G., clerk (B.), house 41 Magazine 
Seaverns William H., electrotyper University Press 

house 37 Ash 
Seavey Charles E., propr. Boston Stamping Works, Third, 

and (93 North, B.), boards 4 Prospect 
Seavey Charles T., carpenter, house 227 Harvard 
Seavey Eben, at (93 North, B.), boards 4 Prospect 



CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 373 

Seavey Fred. H., clerk (1 Court House, B.), boards 227 

Harvard 
Seavey George F., proprietor Boston Stamping Works, 

Third, and (93 North, B.), h. at Boston 
Seavey Horatio, provisions (92 Myrtle, B.),h. Cambridge, 

cor. Ellsworth av. [cor. Ellsworth av. 

Seavey John W., clerk (92 Myrtle, B.), bds. Cambridge, 
Seavey Theodore H., merchant (24 Fulton, B.), house 10 

Trowbridge 
Seelye Norman M., machinist (43 Beverly, B.), h. 94 Otis 
Seery James, blacksmith, house 80 Spring 
Seery Michael, grease collector, house 24 Willow place 
Segar John, varnisher, boards 33 Seventh 
Segar J. Joseph, polisher ( Fulton, B.), h. 33 Seventh 
Segard Ezra, potter, boards 45 Coggswell avenue 
Seiberlich Frank, provisions, 182 Cambridge, h. 180 do. 
Seiberlich Joseph, varnisher, house Charles, cor. Sixth 
Seitz Jacob A. r meteorological instruments (103 Court 

St., B.), h. 26 East 
Seligman David T., law student H. U., rms. 10 Oxford 
—Sell James T., machinist, house 17 Clark 
Sellenger John A., carpenter, house 34 Brookline 
Semple James A., carpenter, house 41 Sacramento 
Semple Mary E. Miss, dressmaker, h. 41 Sacramento 
Semple Thomas K., carpenter, house 41 Sacramento 
Semple William, house 41 Sacramento 
Senna Chas. E., brass finisher, bouse 26 Upton 
Sennott Edward T., blacksmith, house 3 Portland 
Sennott Samuel, mason, h. 8 Martin's blk., Hubbard av. 
SEVER CHARLES W., University publisher and book- 
seller, 464 Harvard, Harvard sq., h. foot Frisbie pi. 
Severance Emily Miss, dressmaker, house 10 Kinnaird 
Severance George E., clerk (38 Water, B.), b. 10 Kinnaird 
Severance Horace B., book finisher Riverside Press, h. 5 

Lamson place [Kinnaird 

Severance Horace M., printer Riverside Press, house 10 
Severance Louis H., boards 10 Kinnaird [naird 

Severance Roswell, printer Riverside Press, house 12 Kin- 
Seward George R., clerk (35 Central, B.), bds. 98 Austin 
Seward George W., house 98 Austin 
Sexton Patrick, grocer, 379 Cambridge, h. 508 do. 
Seymore Thomas, laborer, house rear 141 Elm 
Seymour Alfred W., student H. U., rooms 7 Waterhouse 
Seymour Eliza B. Mrs., h. 121 Oxford, cor. Harris 
Seymour Thomas, carpenter, house 52 Winter 
Seymour William, printer University Press, h. 10 Eliot 
Seys Chas. L., furniture polisher, house rear 57 Charles 
Seyter Hermann, foreman, 368 Main, h. 57 Fairmont 
Shackford Leonard, policeman, station 1, h. 20 Shepard 



374 CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 

Shackley Herbert O., driver Thurston, Hall & Co., bds. 

29 Elm 
Shackley Owen, at Thurston, Hall & Co.'s, h. 29 Elm 
Shackley Rebecca, widow of Rufus, house 103 Pearl 
Shadwell George H., carpenter, house 13 Mellen 
Shaida Catharine Mrs., house 10 Fourth 
Shaida Joseph, boards 10 Fourth [13 Bow 

■ — Shaler Nathaniel S., professor of palaeontology H. U., h. 
Shampo Edward, laborer, house 140 Spruce 
Shanley James, brass molder, boards 72 Pearl 
Shanly John, wood turner, boards 72 Pearl 
Shannon Edward W., student H. U., rooms 3 Weld hall 
Shannon James H., clerk, 168 Gore, h. r. 126 Thorndike 
Shannon Patrick, hostler, house 12 Fifth 
Shannon Thos. H., adv. agent (Howard Athenaeum, B.), 

house rear 91 Cambridge 
Shannon William J., book binder, boards 106 Allston 
Shapleigh Thomas W., grocer, 153 North av., h. 3 White 
Sharkey Bernard V., upholsterer, bds. 125 Elm 
Sharkey Bridget, widow of Patrick, h. 468 Cambridge 
Sharkey Felix, house 4 Lechmere building, Bridge, junc. 

Cambridge 
Sharkey James, blacksmith, house 125 Elm [Elm 

Sharkey James, jr., bookkeeper (161 Milk, B.), bds. 125 
Sharkey James C., tin smith, house 77 In man 
Sharkey John, plasterer, boards 468 Cambridge 
Sharkey John, box maker G. G. Page & Co., b. 125 Elm 
Sharkey Michael, cloth inspector (3 Winthrop square, B.), 
bds. 468 Cambridge [Lowell 

Sharkey Patrick, horse shoer U. R. Co., h. Mt. Auburn, c, 
Sharkey Patrick, salesman J. P. Squire & Co., house 16 

Winter 
Sharkey Thomas H., upholsterer, boards 125 Elm 
Sharkey Timothy, teamster, house 141 Main 
Sharon Charles A., machinist, house 8 Cherry 
Sharon Frederick W., student H. U., rms. 33 Weld hall 
Sharp Mary, widow of Nicholas, house 68 Pearl 
Sharp William B., student H. U., bds. 38 Sacramento 
Sharpies Stephen P., sealer of weights and measures, and 
inspector of milk, City bldg., Central sq., and chem- 
ist (114 State, B.), h. 11 Shepard [Spring 
Sharr Charles, carriage painter (28 Bowker, B.), house 46 
Shattuck George P., engineer B. L. & N. R. R., house 12 

Leighton court 
Shattuck Harrison C, steam fitter, house 3 Percy place 
Shattuck Milo P., milkman, 71 Vine, boards 80 Fourth 
Shaughnessy Daniel B. (D. B. and R. H. Shaughnessy), 
periodicals, etc., 109 Cambridge, h. 23 Winter 



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Shaughnessy D. B. & R. H. (Daniel B. and Richard H.), 

periodical dealers, 109 Cambridge [Fourth 

Shaughnessy James T., grocer, Third, cor. Gore, house 11 

Shaughnessy John E., salesman, Third, corner Gore, bds. 

23 Winter 
Shaughnessy Michael, house 23 Winter 
Shaughnessy Michael A., brush maker, h. 426 Cambridge 
Shaughnessy Nicholas, tailor, 567 Main, h. r. 18 Lopez 
Shaughnessy Patrick, laborer, house 21 Webster avenue 
Shaughnessy Richard H. (D. B. & R. H. Shaughnessy), 

periodicals, etc., 109 Cambridge, boards 23 Winter 
Shaw Adna B., boards 127 North avenue 
Shaw Caleb B., expressman, house 11 Appian-way 
Shaw Charles E., paper hanger, h. 453 Cambridge 
Shaw Charles R., salesman (63 Summer, B.), h. 12 Amory 
Shaw Dan. W. (Shaw & Applin), furniture manufacturer, 

54 Bridge, and (27 Sudbury, B.), h. 127 North av. 
Shaw Edward S., civil engineer, 10 Kirkland place 
Shaw E. II. Mrs., dressmaker, house 193)^ North avenue 
Shaw Elnathan P., upholsterer, h. 193^ North avenue 
Shaw George S., house 10 Kirkland place 
Shaw Henry A., case maker M. & H. O. Co., h. 68 Winsor 
Shaw Henry R., student H. U., rooms 26 Little's block 
Shaw Jacob B., coal and wood, 97 Main, h. 49 Dana 
Shaw John, house 8 Third 
Shaw John Mrs., grocer, 8 Third, house do. 
SHAW SAMUEL, treas. Murdock Parlor Grate Co. (21 

Washington, B.), house 39 Sacramento 
Shaw Thomas F., liquors, 419 Cambridge, h. 22 Decatur 
SHAW & APPLIN (Dan W. Shaw and Sumner Applin), 
furniture manufacturers, 54 Bridge and (27 Sudbury, 
corner Portland, B.) 
Shea Andrew F., clerk, 88 Cambridge, boards 47 Fifth 
Shea Cornelius, mariner, house rear 120 Third 
Shea Cornelius, laborer, house 19 Banks 
Shea Daniel, saloon, 417 Cambridge, house 111 Norfolk 
Shea Daniel, glass worker, house 6 North 
Shea Daniel, printer John Wilson & Son, bds. 10 South 
Shea Daniel, laborer, house 9 Winthrop 
Shea Daniel, laborer, house 15 Sparks 
Shea Dennis, laborer, house 47 Fifth 
Shea Dennis, butcher, boards 33 Dunster 
Shea Dennis A., at Riverside Press, h. rear 11 Valentine 
Shea Dennis J., tailor, 18 Brighton, h. 50 DeWolf 
Shea Hannah, widow of Patrick, h. 143 Hampshire 
Shea James, laborer, house Foster place 
Shea James, laborer, house 8 Willard court 
Shea James, laborer, house 41 Concord avenue 
Shea James H., tailor, house rear 122 Broadway 



376 CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 

Shea James J., laborer, boards 47 Fifth 

Shea Jeremiah, gardener, house 29 Dunster 

Shea Johanna, widow of Timothy, h. rear 243 Franklin 

Shea John, laborer, house 33 Dunster 

Shea John, currier, house 229 Franklin 

Shea John, laborer, house 38 Hastings 

Shea John, granite polisher, boards 213 Mt. Auburn 

Shea John, machinist, house 26 School street court 

Shea Julia, widow, house 6 North 

Shea Mary, widow of John, house 213 Mt. Auburn 

Shea Maurice, tailor, 211 North av., h. at Somerville 

Shea Michael, laborer, house 19 Sibley court 

Shea Michael, granite polisher, house 213 Mt. Auburn 

Shea Michael, vegetable peddler, house 5 Dyke 

Shea Patrick, tailor, 211 North av., house at Somerville 

Shea Patrick, laborer, house rear 209 Mt. Auburn 

Shea Patrick, laborer A. Hubbard, h. 28 Charles River 

Shea Patrick, laborer, house Decatur court 

Shea Patrick, house rear 122 Broadway 

Shea Peter, teamster N. N. Stickney & Co., h. 3 Otter 

Shea Robert, box maker, boards rear 122 Broadway 

Shea Sarah, widow of James, house 7 Water 

Shea Timothy Mrs., grocer, 185 Bridge, house 183 do. 

Shea Timothy, printer University Press, house 15 Banks 

Shea Timothy, boards 10 South 

Shea Timothy (T. & T. J. Shea), grocer, 145 Hampshire, 

boards 143 do. 
Shea Timothy J. (T.& T. J. Shea), grocer, 145 Hamp- 
shire, boards 143 do. [145 Hampshire 
Shea T. & T. J. (Timothy and Timothy J. Shea), grocers, 
Shea William H., carpenter, house 236 Harvard 
Shea, see Shay, also O'Shea [ery 
Sheafe Eugene, box sawyer G. G. Page & Co., h. 26 Brew- 
Sheafe John C. (Brookings & Sheafe), painter, 7 Western 

avenue, house 32 Fairmont 
Sheafe Win., jr., student H. U., rooms 21 Beck hall 
Shearer James W., boards 8 Dana 

Shearer William L., salesman (48 Canal, B.), house Cam- 
bridge, corner Dana 
Shedd Alonzo, cooper, house 75 Pearl 
Shedd Alonzo, grocer, 121 Hampshire, h. 56 Elm 
Shedd Jefferson J., painter, 157>£ North avenue, house 4 

White, near Union square 
Shedd Leander S., book-binder, house 31 Park 
Sheehan Catherine, widow of John, h. 93 Cambridge 
Sheehan Cornelius, laborer, house 1 Eighth 
Sheehan Daniel, laborer, boards 130 Bridge 
Sheehan David, laborer, liouse 33 Baldwin 
Sheehan Dennis, laborer, house 19 Jefferson 



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Sheehan James, laborer, house 130 Bridge 
Sheehan Jeremiah, laborer, house 144 Spruce 
Sheehan John, laborer, house 15 Foster 
Sheehan Patrick, shoemaker, 6 Pearl, house 200 Franklin 
Sheehan Patrick A., laborer, house 173 Norfolk 
Sheehan Thomas, clerk, 557 Main, house 37 Green 
Sheehan William F., student H. U., rooms 28 Holyoke 
Sheehan William T. (A. A. Columbus & Co.), tinsmith, 

365 Cambridge, boards 173 Norfolk 
Shehan John Francis, slater, boards 37 Baldwin 
Shehan William, blacksmith U. R. Co., house 37 Baldwin 
Shehan William Joseph, painter, boards 37 Baldwin 
Sheldon Edward S., instructor in modern languages H. 

U., rooms 54 Thayer hall 
Sheldon George R., student H. IT., rooms 21 Beck hall 
Sheldon Joseph A., teamster, house 364 Cambridge 
Shelley Bridget, widow of William, house Walden, be- 
tween Garden and Dublin 
Shelvey Ann, widow, house 17 Willow place 
Shelvey Hugh, machinist, 368 Main, bds. 17 Willow pi. 
Shelvey Owen, laborer, house 45 Willow place 
Shepard Henry M., salesman Holt & Bugbee, 17 East, 

h. Highland av., Somerville [179 Cambridge 

Shepard Lewis J., fresco painter (82>£ Leverett, B.), h. 
Shepard Luther D , Adjunct prof, of operative dentistry 

H. U., house at Boston 
Shephard Jared Mrs., house 74 Thorndike 
Shepherd Alexander F., carpenter, house 27 Trowbridge 
Shepherd Charles F., srold stamper, bds. 27 Trowbridge 
Shepherd Franklin C.^(103 Court, B.), h. 101 Inman 
Shepherd Herbert M. (James H. Wyeth & Co.), grocer, 7 

Brattle, house 12 Sacramento 
Shepherd James S. (American Net and Twine Co.), Third, 

and (43 Commercial, B.), house at Canton 
Shepherd Samuel, student H. U., rooms 3 Garden 
Shepherd Sumner P., supt. of streets office City Hall, h. 

12 Sacramento 
Shepherd Sumner W., clerk, 7 Brattle, b. 12 Sacramento 
Shepperd William G., gilder, house 193 Main 
Shepperd William G. J , gilder, boards 193 Main 
Sherbridge William, baker, h. r. 161 Green [ter 

Sherburne Frank B., bar tender (8 Avon, B.), h. 62 Win- 
Sheridan Catharine M., widow of Peter, bds. 210 Bridge 
Sheridan Celia Miss, bread store, 12 Winter, boards rear 

16 Winter [cor. Bristol 

Sheridan John A., foreman of city laborers, h. Hampshire, 
Sheridan John S., printer, boards 73 Concord avenue 
Sheridan Mary A., widow of Richard, house r. 16 Winter 
Sheridan Michael H., wood turner, house 76 Elm 



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Sheridan Patrick, teamster, 103 Bridge, house 68 Gore 
Sheridan Thomas R., laborer, house 26 Decatur 
Sherman Amos, cabinet maker, 624 Main, h. 117 Auburn 
Sherman Daniel, policeman, station 2, house 5 Pine 
Sherman Edward, conductor U. R Co., rms. 27 Baldwin 
Sherman George, groom, b. Warren Cutter's, Davenport 
Sherman George Edward, clerk (77 Summer, B.), house 

Greenough avenue, corner Ellsworth avenue 
Sherman George H., engineer, house 18 Putnam court 
Sherman Mary, widow of Abraham P., h. 263 North av. 
Sherman William H. (Parker, Wilder & Co.) (4 Win- 

throp sq., B.), h. 263 North av. [at Dedham 

Sheriff John (Soule & Sheriff), trunk mnfr., 382 Main, h. 
Sheriff John, house 25 Inman 

Sherry Martin, planer, 113 Broadway, house 6 Vine 
Sherry Mary A., widow of Thomas, house 48 Hamilton 
Sherry William, laborer, house 152 Green 
Shible Conrad, carver, rooms rear 57 Sixth 
Shields Ferdinand, tailor (39 Merchants row, B.), house 

rear 24 Vine [31 East 

Shields Owen, teamster John Clary, house Hastings whf., 
Shilling George, tanner (B.), h. 40 First, r. 34 Cambridge 
Shine John, carpenter, house 46 Winter [Boston 

Shine John L. B., harness maker, 232 Cambridge, bds. at 
Shine Mary, widow of Dennis, house 16 East 
Shine Philip, longshoreman, house 28 Soden [ter 

Shinnick Timothy, teamster P. T. Clark & Co., h. 11 Win- 
Shoh Jacob, furniture varnisher, house 214 Cambridge 
Shorey George, book agent, house 47 Baldwin 
Shorey John R., boiler maker, house 97 Vine 
Shorey Paul, student H. U., rooms 70 College house 
Shorey Timothy, box maker, house 28 Eighth 
Shorey Wm. B., fly finisher M. & H. O. Co., h. at Boston 
Short Daniel, grease collector, house 7 Valentine 
Short James, laborer, house 210 Columbia 
Short John A., molder, house 9 School 
Short Matthew, organ maker, house 9 School 
Short Matthew Mrs., house 9 School 
'Short Patrick, grease collector, house 212 Columbia 
Short Samuel E., spring bed maker, boards 9 School 
Short William J., foreman Lincoln, Chamberlin & Co., 

house 62 Webster avenue 
Shorter John, waiter Memorial hall [109 Inman 

Shourds Charles F., feather duster mnfr. (20 Union, B.), h. 
Shugroe Ellen, widow of Michael, house 149 Elm 
Shugrueess Margaret, widow, house 15 Cowperthwaite 
Shugrueess Peter, laborer, house 15 Cowperthwaite 
Shuler John, house 6 Hunting 

Shultz James, provisions, house 48 Auburn [h. do. 

Shultz Wm. H., coal and wood, Portland, c. Hampshire, 



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Shultza Otto, varnisher, h. 70 Hastings [at Boston 

Sh urn way Nathan, clerk Amer. N. and T. Co., Third h. 
Shurbridge William, baker, house 161 Green 
Shute Augustus P., real estate, Monks building, (35 Con- 
gress, B), house 14 Day [14 Day 
Shute Frederick A., lawyer (12 Pemberton sq., B.), house 
Shute Henry A., student H. U., rooms 33 College house 
Shute Isaac Bruce, wooden ware maker (B.), boards 4 

Symonds block, De'Wolf 
Sias Charles D., salesman (32 Broad, B.), b. 359 Harvard 
Sias William, teas (220 State, B.), boards 359 Harvard 
Sias Wm. W., clothing (63 Summer, B.), b. 359 Harvard 
Sibley Edwin Day, student H. IT., rms. 23 College house 
Sibley John Langdon, librarian emeritus of Harvard Col- 
lege, house 9 Phillips place 
Siders Charles B., coachman, house 33 Essex 
Siders Josiah B., clerk (119 Com'l, B.), h. 2 Amory place 
Siefert Margaret A., widow of Chas. A., h. 6 Leighton ct. 
Sievwright Charles A., printer Riverside Press, house 109 

Allston 
Sigwure B. G., at Riverside Press, bds. 117 Western av. 
Sigwure Arthur, musician, boards 117 Western avenue 
Silliman Elmer B., periodicals, etc., Inman square, 534 

Cambridge, boards 105 Inman 
Silliman W. A., student H. U., boards 46 Mt. Auburn 
Silva Anton, house 2 Stevens court 
Silva Daniel, house 27 Winter 

Silva Emily, widow of Benjamin J., house 186 Bridge 
Silva John, teamster W. H. Hart well, house 41 Vine 
Silva Joseph, laborer, house Lowland avenue 
Silva Manuel, laborer, house 20 Third 
Silva Manuel, fisherman, h. Lowland avenue, off Spring 
Silva Manuel Francis, house 202 Bridge 
Silver Frank, laborer, house 105 Fourth 
Sirae Thomas (Sime & Cunningham), grocer, 122 Colum- 
bia, house 45 Union 
Sime & Cunningham (Thomas Sime and James Cunning- 
ham, grocers, 122 Columbia 
Siraensen Matthias, glass cutter, house 4 Harrison 
Simmonds Charles, head cook Memorial hall, h. at Boston 
Simmons Ann A., widow, house 7 Mullins court 
Simmons Edward W., bookkeeper (70 Sudbury, B.), h. 

34 Fairmont 
Simmons Elizabeth R. Miss, teacher (B.), h. 37 Quincy 
Simmons James, cook Memorial hall 
Simmons Joseph E. (B.), boards 7 Mullins court 
Simmons Margaret Miss, dressmaker and fancy goods, 

182 North avenue, house at South Boston 
Simmons Mary E. Mrs., house 37 Quincy 



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Simmons Thornton H., student H. U., b. 104 Mt. Auburn 

Simmons Walter, cooper, house 145 Main 

Simms James, hostler, house 31 Union 

Simms Oliver, house 31 Union 

Simon Augustus J., conductor F. R. R., house 19 Fifth . 

Simonds Charles F., ivory layer, 139 Broadway, h. 106 

Winsor [Prospect 

Simonds Joseph, real estate (131 Devonshire, B.), h. 100 
Simonds Warner W., policeman, station 2, h. 11 Antrim 
Simonds William H., carriage smith, 350 North avenue, 

house at West Somerville 
Simpson Angeline, widow of Charles, house 15 Winsor 
Simpson Bartlett P., foreman box shop, State, cor. Os- 

born, house 36 Winsor 
Simpson George F., asst. teller Nat'l Revere Bank (100 

Franklin, B.), house Walden, cor. Hubbard avenue 
Simpson George H., clerk B. & A. R. R., 257 Cambridge, 

house 171 Thorn dike 
Simpson Harrison, carpenter, rear 579 Main, h. 33 Market 
Simpson Henry L., teamster, house rear 170 Norfolk 
Simpson Louisa, widow, house 377 Cambridge 
Simpson Samuel M., machinist (158 Portland, B.), house 8 

Upton 
Simpson William, laborer, house 5 Stinson court 
Simpson William, boards 15 Winsor 
Simpson William A., house 10 Arlington 
Sinclair Joseph, fish and oysters, house 49 Washington 
Sinclair Mary B. Mrs., bookkeeper, 10 Arrow, h. 874 Main 
Singleton James C, type founder (15 Federal, B.), house 

7 Union 
Singleton Thomas, glass cutter, house 127 Spring 
Sisters of Notre Dame, 50 and 52 Essex 
Skein Thomas, laborer, house 5 Tuttle 
Skein William, teamster, house rear 133 Spruce 
Skelley Edward F., grocer, 19 Winter, house do. 
Skelley John W., policeman, station 3, house 24 Fifth 
Skelton Joseph, tinsmith, house 189 Broadway 
Sketcher James S., engineer, house rear 141 Columbia 
Skillen John Mrs., house 16 Coggswell avenue 
Skinner Atlas, laborer, boards 100 Webster avenue 
Skinner Cornelius V., binder Riverside bindery, house 82 

Green 
Skinner Silva, widow of Demsey, h. 100 Webster avenue 
SKOOG AXEL, carpenter, 382 Main, house 408 do. 
Slack Frances, widow of Robert F., house 762 Main 
Slack John L., boards 762 Main 
Slack Robert H., architect, house 762 Main 
Slade Daniel Denison, prof, of applied zoology H. U., h. 

at Brookline 



CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 381 

Slide J.imes F., student H. U., rooms 32 Holyoke House 

Slide Marshall P., student H. U., rooms 16 Oxford 

Slide Miry A., widow t house 34 Fairmont 

Sliney Patrick, wood molder, boards 71 Gore 

Sliney William, laborer, house 71 Gore 

Slater Delia, widow of Peter, house 25 Sixth 

Slater Jeremiah, laborer, house 74 Harvard 

Slater Luther, house 134 Austin 

Slater Nincy H., widow of Peter, house 134 Austin 

Slater Nicholson, gilder, boards 10 Rogers block, Main 

Sleip Henry, printer Riverside Press, house 26 Jay « 

Sleeper Frank H., salesman (12 South Market, B.), house 

135 Oxford 
Sleeper Oliver, house 183 Brookline, near the bridge 
Sleeper Solomon S., grocer (12 South Market, B.), house 

135 Oxford 
Sloan Clinton, driver U. R. Co., bds. r. 5 Harvard sq. 
Sloan Joseph A., house 42 Inman 
Sloane George H., comedian, house 77 Clark 
SLOCOMB OSCAR J., hatter (28 Washington, B.), h. 

41 Western avenue 
Slocomb Samuel, treasurer East Cambridge Five Cents 

Savings Bank, 80 Cambridge, h. 73 Otis 
Slowey Ann, widow of Patrick, house 73 Bolton 
Small Albert M., mason, boards 49 Pine 
Small Charles VV., canpenter, h. 16 Sands, n. Banks 
Small Frank M., clerk (P. 0.,"B.), house 35 Tremont 
Small George P., house 12 Coggswell avenue 
Small John G., clerk (P. O., B.), house 66 Prospect 
Small Sullivan R., carpenter, house 12 Trowbridge 
Smallidge Frank W., book binder (93 Federal, B.), h. 

73 Fifth [bridge, h. 130 Otis 

Smallidge Jeremiah W., rattan broom maker, 234 Cam- 
Smallidge Mary E. Miss, teacher Otis primary school, bds. 

130 Otis ' [329 do. 

Smallman William T., gardener, 331 North avenue, bds. 
Smart Albert F., student, boards 34 Sydney 
Smart Charles E., at rubber door stop manufactory, 382 

Main, house 34 Sydney 
SMART DON CARLOS, rubber door stop mnfr., 382 

Main, house 34 Sydney 
Smart L. A. Mrs., photographer, 563 Main, h. 1 Percy pi. 
Smiley James, varnisher (700 Harrison av., B.), bosdrds 

32 Putnam avenue 
Smith Abner R., teamster, house 226 Third 
Smith Abraham, boards 52 Spruce 
Smith Adam C, baker, house 46 Tremont 
Smith Albert, stock cleaner, boards 7 Holly 
Smith Alex. R., carriage painter, bds. 45 Cambridge 



382 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Smith Alma A. Miss, teacher Mason primary school, bds. 

110 Magazine [Chester, n. Orchard 

Smith Alonzo R., grocer, 225 North av., cor. Walden, h. 
Smith Alpheus K. (Frazier & Smith), piano hammer cov- 

erer, 555 Main, house 462 do. 
Smith Andrew G., policeman, station 1, h. 12 Farwell pi. 
Smith Andrew G. Mrs., dressmaker, 12 Farwell pi., h. do. 
Smith Andrew J., dentist, 104 Cambridge, house do. 
Smith Augustus P., bookkeeper (21 Fulton, B.), boards 

25 William 
£mith Barney, horse shoer, 436 Main, bds. 19 Harvard 
Smith Benjamin G., house 11 Fayerweather 
Smith Billings, with J. A. Wellington & Co., coal 

(Charlestown), house 63 Otis 
Smith Billings, jr., salesman (28 Summer, B.), b. 63 Otis 
Smith Burrill, porter (76 State, B.), house 57 In man 
Smith Calvin C, policeman, station 2, house 42 Winsor 
Smith Carrie Miss, music teacher, house 392 Main 
Smith Carrie H. Miss, teacher Otis primary school, boards 

240 Harvard 
Smith Catherine Miss, boards 14 Winter 
Smith Charles H., grocer, 473 Main, house 48 Columbia 
Smith Charles H., varnisher, house 214 Cambridge 
Smith Charles H., pastor (Freeman pi. chapel, B.), house 

83 Washington [Antrim 

Smith Charles Murray, at Reversible Collar Co., house 19 
Smith Charles M., at Riverside Press, house 37 Erie 
Smith Charles M., base ball player, bds. 10 Hamilton 
Smith Charles W., brass finisher, 368 Main, h. 21 Cherry 
Smith Chas. Wm., coach driver, boards 45 Cambridge 
Smith Chauncy, counsellor (5 Pemberton square, B.), h. 

•121 Brattle 
Smith Clement L., asst. professor Latin H. U., h. 64 Sparks 
Smith Daniel M., .clerk, 610 Main, h. 12 Western avenue 
Smith David, waiter, house 3 Gray place 
Smith David BE., carpenter, house rear 36 Auburn 
Smith Edmund, florist, 32 Linnaean, house do. 
Smith Edward F., gloves, hosiery, etc. (90 and 92 Tre- 

mont, B.), boards 104 Mt. Auburn 
Smith Edward H., insurance agent, h. 30 Magazine 
Smith Edwin, carpenter, house rear 48 Clark 
Smith Edwin E., boards 135 Thorndike 
Smith Edwin P., roofer order box (35 Hawley, B.), house 

Saville, nextAppleton [Thorndike 

Smith Edwin W., reed maker M. & H. O. Co., house 135 
Smith Elbridge, carpenter, house 392 Main 
Smith Eliza F., widow, house 15 Suffolk 
Smith Elwin H., tuner M. & H. O. Co., h. 104 Magazine 
Smith Frank A., butter and eggs, h. Saville, next Appleton 



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Smith Frank C, clerk (Hanover, B.), bds. 217 North av. 
Smith Frank L., boots and shoes (114 Pearl, B.), house 

19 Arlington 
Smith Frank P., cabinet maker, boards 167 Thorndike 
Smith Frank S., cabinet maker, house 81 Tremont 
Smith Fred S., tuner M. & H. Organ Co., b. 30 Howard 
Smith Frederick H., diary maker, house 119 Allston 
Smith Frederick M., student H. XL, rooms 1 Chauncy 
Smith Geo. A. (140 So. Market, B.), boards 1 Chauncy 
Smith George B., cabinet maker (42 Cornhill, B.), house 
82 Sixth [ington, B.), h. 5 Frost 

Smith George D., Palmer, Batchelder & Co. (394 Wash- 
Smith George Franklin, bricks, etc. (92 State, B.), house 

Elm, 3d north of Beech 
Smith George H., foreman of jig sawyers Mason & Ham- 
lin Organ Co., house at Waltham [h. 66 Magazine 
Smith Geo. Martin (M. L. Smith & Son), coal, 180 Main, 
Smith George T., clerk, 232 Third, boards 5 William 
Smith George W. (Custom House, B), house 110 Pearl 
Smith Geo. W., clerk Thurston, Hall & Co., b. 46 Tremont 
Smith George W., foreman, house 70 Fairmont [av. 

Smith Geo. W., upholsterer, 15 Brighton, h. 7 Lambert 
Smith Hannah P. Mrs., house 2 Regent 
Smith Harlan P., missionary, house 83 Washington 
Smith Harriet Miss, house 61 Hastings 
Smith Harriet B., widow of Asa, h. 2 Russell, c. No. av. 
Smith Harriet N., widow Samuel, h. 167 Thorndike 
Smith Helena, music teacher, house 392 Main 
Smith Henry, varnisher, house 35 Washington 
Smith Henry A., clerk, 153 Bridge, rooms 71 Spring 
Smith Henry A., house 8 Union [h. 158 Prospect 

Smith Henry D., livery stable, Bridge, junc. Cambridge, 
Smith Henry M., piano key maker, 139 Broadway, boards 

• 179>£ Harvard 
Smith Henry R., fish, Inman sq., 532 Cambridge, h. 6 Oak 
Smith Henry St. John, law student H. U., rms. 16 Quincy 
Smith Herbert V., clerk (222 Congress, B.), hoards 32 

Linnsean 
Smith Hiram W., jewelry (157 Wash., B.), h. 21 Plymouth 
Smith Hugh, waiter, house 19 Jefferson 
Smith Hugh, porter, boards 19 Harvard 
Smith Hugh T., plumber, 634 Main 
Smith H. Porter, salesman (32 Hawley, B.), h. 41 Dana 
Smith Ida G., teacher Allston grammar school, boards 16 

Prospect 
Smith Isaac J., clerk, house 8 Rogers block, Main 
Smith James, case maker Mason & Hamlin Organ Co. 
Smith James, laborer, house 189 Norfolk 
Smith James, house 24 Putnam place 



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Smith James, house 22 Putnam place 
Smith James, cutler (349 Washington, B.), h. 7 Jay- 
Smith James A., clerk, 126 Inman, h. 22 Putnam place 
Smith James A. L., hairdresser, 539 Main, h. 7 Auburn ct. 
Smith James C, foreman molding department, State, 

corner Osborn, house 3 Sceva place 
Smith James E., painter, boards 15 Suffolk 
Smith James S., passenger agent L. S. & M. S. R. R. (4 

Old State House, B.), house 39 Hamilton 
Smith Jane C, widow of John N., house 16 Fairmont 
Smith Jared Clarke, R. R. advertising agent (214 Wash- 
ington, corner State, B.), house 1 Amory place 
Smith Jared E. (Smith & Turner), tuner, 162 Broadway, 

house 30 Howard 
Smith John, washer Chas. W. Dajley, house 45 Cambridge 
Smith John, hostler, 677 M tin, house 19 Hayes court 
Smith John, hostler U. R. C, house 8 Gerry 
Smith John, molder, boards 413 Cambridge 
Smith JoTm A., insurance, house 10 Hamilton 
Smith John E., cabinet maker, house 127 Hampshire 
Smith John E., clerk, 116 Pearl, house 23 Hamilton 
Smith John L., tuner, 624 Main, h. 5 Lamson place 
Smith John W., lumber surveyor, boards 189 Norfolk 
Smith Johnson, laborer, house 180 Cambridge 
Smith Jordan S., grocer, 88 Harvard, house do. 
Smith Joseph, laborer, boards rear 41 Clark 
Smith Joseph W., boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 95 Columbia 
Smith Joshua B., caterer (10 Bulfinch, B.), h. 37 Norfolk. 
Smith Josiah C, gas fitter (173 Tremont, B.), h. 37 Erie 
Smith Judson G., provisions (10 Cambridge, B.), house 

98 Pearl 
Smith J. Charles, grocer, 286 North avenue, h. 1 Dover 
Smith J. J., sawyer, boards 1 Hampshire 
Smith Louis F., l^irdresser, 590 Main, house 5 Howard 
Smith Louis P., Mirdresser, 59J Main, boards 4 Howard 
Smith Lydia Mrs., seamstress Almshouse, boards do. 
Smith Maria A., widow of Billings, house 70 Columbia 
Smith Marshall B., expressman, 503 Main, house r. do. 
Smith Martha H., widow of Jeremiah, house 11 Everett 
Smith Martha R. Miss, teacher Putnam grammar school, 

boards 63 Otis 
Smith Martin L. (M. L. Smith & Son), wood and coal,' 

180 Main, house 323 Broadway 
Smith Maria P. Mrs., house 240 Harvard 
Smith Mary, widow, house 19 Harvard [the cemetery 
Smith Mary A., widow of Ebenezer, h. Mt. Auburn, opp. 
Smith Mary E., widow of Charles, h. 35 Brookline 
Smith Mary S., widow of Charles R., h. 5 William 
Smith Michael, laborer, house 23 Donnell 



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Smith Michael, gardener, 17 Kirkland, house 25 Grant 

Smith Michael, laborer, house 167 Norfolk 

Smith M. L. & Son (Martin L. and^Geo. M. Smith), wood 

and coal dealers, 180 Main 
Smith Nelson Mrs., house 43 Walden 
Smith Owen, baker, house 2 Laurel , [Pleasant 

Smith Owen F., clerk (65 Chatham, B.), h. Chestnut, c. 
Smith O.Eliot (Draper & Smith), gents furnishing goods, 

etc., 211 North avenue, boards 32 Linnaean 
Smith Patrick, boards 19 Harvard 
Smith Patrick E., clerk, 397 Cambridge, boards do. 
Smith Philip, coffin maker, 203 Bridge, h > 162 Prospect 
Smith Philip, laborer, boards 408 Cambridge 
Smith Rachael S. Mrs., house 17 Wendell 
Smith Ralph, pattern maker (11 Chardon, B.) bds. 63 Otis 
Smith Rebecca K., widow of James, house 30 Magazine 
Smith Rilla D., widow, house 131 Brookline 
Smith Robert F., book binder Welch & Co., h. at Boston 
Smith Robert H., teamster, house 83 Clark 
Smith Samuel H., milkman, 108 Pearl 
Smith Samuel H. C, hairdresser, 27 Fifth, rooms (20 

Grove street, B.) [66 Inman 

Smith Stephen B., bookkeeper (464 Broadway, S. B.), h. 
Smith Susan D. Mrs., house 479 Broadway- 
Smith Thomas, harness maker, 131 Main, house do 
Smith Thomas, horse shoer, 436 Main, house 73 School 
Smith Thomas, teamster, house 85 Gore 
Smith Thomas (Thomas Smith & Co.), butcher, Jackson, 

near Harvey, house 31 Harvey, opp. Montgomery 
Smith Thomas & Co. (Thomas Smith and Walter Nash), 

butchers, Jackson, near Harvey 
Smith Thomas C, boots and shoes, 217 North av., h. do. 
Smith Thomas C, cutter (349 Washington street, B.), 

boards 7 Jay [Chauncy 

Smith Thomas L., wines, (140 South Market, B.), h. 1 
Smith Wellington, foreman A. Parker, house at Quincy 
Smith Wesley, laborer, house 167 Otis 
Smith William, case maker M. & H. O. Co., h. 12 Tufts 
Smith William, builder (20 Bowker, B., h. Lake View av. 
Smith Wm. A., machinist (Haverhill, B.), h. 31 Seventh 
Smith William Clough, law student (B.),rms. 33 Bigelow 
Smith William C-, cutter, 567 Main, house 569 do. 
Smith William F., ivory layer, 139 Broadway, boards 

179^ Harvard 
Smith William H., clerk, 587 Main, boards 46 Tremont 
Smith William H. H., stable foreman J. P. Squire & Co.,. 

house 164 Gore [bds. 59 Third- 

Smith William H. H., officer State Prison (Charlestown) 
Smith William P., printer, boards 10 Hamilton 
25 



386 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Smith William W., teamster J. P. Squire & Co., boards 

82 Sixth 
Smith & Turner (Jared E. Smith and Dwight M. Turner), 

foremen tuners M.*& H. Organ Co., 162 Broadway 
Smithers John B., inspector U. S. Int. Rev. dept., house 

13 William 
Smyth George, varnisher, h. 2 Butler's blk., Charles River 
Smyth Herbert W., student H. U., rooms 10 Oxford 
Smytherman Henry, laborer, boards rear 97 Main 
Smytherman Thomas, laborer, h. 37 Cowperthwaite 
Sneathen Frank F., law student H. U., rooms 713 Cam- 
bridge [ond 
Snell William, car builder B. & L. R. R. shop, h. 27 Sec- 
Snelling Samuel, upholsterer, house 18 Lake 
Snelling Samuel, student H. XL, boards 25 Holyoke 
Snow Abbott L., box maker Woodbury & Co., rooms at 

Boston 
Snow Ambrose, carpenter, house 20 Hancock 
Snow Byron M„ clerk 25 Central square, h. 73 Magazine 
SNOW EBEN,' cashier Charles River National Bank, 1 

Harvard row, house 7 Fayerweather [tery 

Snow Emily, widow of John, h. Mt. Auburn, opp. Ceme- 
Snow Frederick A., clerk (33 High, B.), bds. 7 Bigelow 
Snow Freeman, proctor H. IT., rooms 43 Gray's hall 
Snow George K., president Reversible Collar Co., 10 Ar- 
row, house at Watertown 
Snow George L., clerk, house 34 Pearl 
Snow Heman R., tinman, house 15 Franklin 
Snow Howard A., tinsmith, 8 Brattle, bds. 15 Farwell pi. 
Snow Humphrey L., auctioneer (80 Chauncy, B.), house 

4 Langdon 
Snow James H. (Milan & Snow), fish and oysters, 17 

Brattle, house 45 Mt. Auburn 
Snow John, brick manufacturer, rear John L. Sand's 

brick yard, Walden, house r. Concord avenue, opp. S. 

M. Cofran's brick yard 
Snow John E., confectionery, house 5 Oak 
Snow John H. (Snow & Higgins), provisions, 116 Pearl, 

house do. 
Snow John H., machinist, 72 Main, house 139 Magazine 
Snow Joseph, carpenter, house Frost, corner Harris 
Snow Lewis T., carpenter, house rear Concord avenue, 

opp. S. M. Cofran's brick yard 
Snow Nathaniel A., salesman, house 60 Auburn 
Snow Nathaniel I., furniture maker, house 60 Auburn 
Snow Russell L., carpenter, 95 Allston, h. 40 Hamilton 
Snow Samuel, counsellor (17 Pemberton square, B.), 

house 8 Wendell 
Snow Sarah Mrs., house 8 Wendell 



CAMBRIDGE [§] DIRECTORY. 387 

Snow Seymour B., cashier Cambridgeport National Bank, 

585 Main, h. 127 Magazine 
Snow Simeon, house 7 Bigelow 
Snow S. Augustus, salesman (25 Sudbury, B.), house 4 

Allston court 
Snow William M., asst. cashier Charles River Nat'l Bank, 

1 Harvard row, boards 7 Fayerweather 
Snow & Higgins(John H. Snow and Solomon O. Higgins), 

provisions and groceries, 116 Pearl [dike 

Snyder Frank P., clerk (19 Charles, B.), bds. 66 Thorn-' 
Soiza Manuel J., hairdresser, 466 Cambridge, boards do. 
Soley John J., broker (13 Exchange, B.), house Putnam 

avenue, corner Green 
Solger Parry K., student H. XJ., rooms 55 Thayer hall 
Somers John E., physician 192 North av., house do. 
Somers Nancy, widow, house Bristol, opp. Berkshire 
Sommerman Henry, book-binder Riverside Press, h.26 Jay 
Soper Horatio T. (Woodward & Soper), paver, order box 

622 Main, house 48 Market 
Soper James B., bookkeeper (236 Tremont, B.), house 6 

Putnam court 
Sophocles Evangelinus A., University professor of ancient 

Byzantine and modern Greek, H. U., rooms 3 Hol- 

worthy hall 
Sortwell Alvin F., bookkeeper Sortwell & Co., b. 59 Otis 
Sortwell Daniel R., pres. Cambridge National Bank, and 

(Sortwell & Co.), distiller, house 59 Otis 
Sortwell & Co. (Daniel R. Sortwell), distiller, Cambridge, 

corner Distillhouse [place 

Soto Romulo M. F., law student H. U., rooms 10 Frisbie 
SouleBenj. T., restaurant (22 Union, B.), h. 28 Clinton 
Soule Frank, painter, house 18 Coggswell avenue 
Soule Lawrence P., mason and builder, house Russell, 

opp. Cottage avenue 
Soule William S., com. mer. (203 Congress, B.), and 

(Soule & Sherriff), trunk manufacturer, 382 Main 

house 25 Inman 
Soule Winthrop P., clerk (Franklin, B.), boards Law- 
rence P. Soule's, Russell 
Soule & Sherriff (Wm. S. Soule and John Sherriff), trunk 

manufacturers, 382 Main 
Southack Eveline, widow, house 176 Harvard 
Southack James H., action maker M. & H. O. Co., house 

176 Harvard 
Souther Atwood C, cooper, h. 3 Buck's block, Seventh 
Southward George, traveling agent, h. 7 Boardman 
Southwick John F., foreman mill room M. & H. O. Co., 

house 49 Clark ["Main 

Southworth George M., apothecary, 439 Main, house 582 



388 CAMBRIDGE [$] DIRECTORY. 

Souya Manuel, cabinetmaker (Charlestown), boards 7 

Buck's block, seventh 
Spain William, shoemaker, 557 Main, h. 14 Watson 
Spalding Warren F., editor " Commercial Bulletin " (275 

Washington, B.), house 147 Pearl 
Spare Arthur E. clerk (9 Chauncy, B.), b. 106 Thorndike 
Spare Maria E., teacher Putnam grammar school, boards 

80 Cambridge 
Spare Martha, widow of Elijah, house 106 Thorndike 
Sparhawk C. Willis, clerk (25 Summer, B.), h. 46 William 
Sparhawk Edward E., student H. U., rooms 39 Holyoke 

House 
Sparhawk Mary E., widow of John B., house 46 William 
Sparks Jared Mrs., house 48 Quincy 
Spairow Benjamin F., boots and shoes (153 Congress, 

B.), house 49 Columbia 
Sparrow Herbert F., clerk (153 Congress, B.), boards 49 

Columbia 
Sparrow Herbert A., salesman (105 Bedford, B.), boards 

9}4 Bigelow [Auburn 

Sparrow James EL, carpenter, Auburn court, house 62 
Sparrow Richard, messenger (Nat'l Revere Bank, 100 

Franklin, B.), boards 41 Cottage 
Sparrow Richard K , insurance agent, house 41 Cottage 
Spaulding Daniel B., milkman, house 124 Winsor 
Spaulding Frank F., salesman (39. Franklin, B.), house 21 

Lawrence [Broadway 

Spaulding James H., tuner M. & H. O. Co., boards 326 
Spaulding James R., maps and charts (106 Court, B.), 

house 85 Thorndike 
Spaulding Lemuel B., milkman, house 126 Winsor 
Spaulding Lucinda, widow of Russell EL, h. 80 Fourth 
Spaulding Phileman C, diary maker, house 13 Perry 
Spear Frank, driver F. A. Kennedy, house 23 Green 
Spellman John J., upholsterer, b. 1, r. Fiske's bl'k, Main 
Spellman Malachi M., horse shoer, Cherry, corner School, 

house 1, rear Fiske's block, Main 
Spellman Patrick, laborer, house 54 Amory 
Spelman Israel M. (70 Devonshire, B.), h. 62 Sparks 
Spencer Albert A., clerk (139 Summer, B.), boards 82 

Washington 
Spencer Alfred W., student H. IT., rooms 410 Harvard 
Spencer Charles H., carriage painter, house 17 Market 
Spencer Charles Hosea, clerk(469 Wash., B.),h. 87 Wash. 
Spencer Daniel, porter, house 41 Hampshire 
Spencer E. Edwin, electic physician, house 5 Pleasant 
Spencer George, case maker M. & H. O. Co. 
Spencer George F., teamster, house 117 Thorndike 
Spencer George H., bronzer, 624 Main, h. 9 Lawrence 



CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 389 

Spencer George W., clerk (20 Cornhill, B.), boards 117 

Thorndike 
Spencer Hosea, mason, house 82 Washington 
Spencer William H., teamster, boards 117 Thorndike 
Spettigue Clair R. Mrs., physician, house 22 Clinton 
Spettigue John, house 22 Clinton 
Spicer Charles, sea captain, house 26 Eighth 
Spicer Eunice J. Mrs., fancy goods and dressmaker, 175 

Cambridge, house 26 Eighth 
Spillane John J., prop'r Mechanics Hotel, 4 and 5 Cedar sq. 
Spiudler Fred., laborer, house 8 Winter 
Spindler George, varnisher M. & H. Organ Co., h. 37 Vine 
Spindler John, in Revere Sugar Refinery, house 5 Winter 
Spindler Michael, laborer, house 5 Second street court 
Spinney William A., student H. U., boards at Maiden 
Splane Richard, coachman, 855 Main, boards do. 
Spooner John H., book binder, house 18 River 
Spragg Edward W., confectioner, house 63 Sacramento 
Sprague Charles F., student H. XL, rooms 45 Beck hall 
Sprague John, house 15 Franklin 
Sprague Phineas Mrs., house 815 Main 
Sprague Richard, student H. U., rooms 12 Weld hall 
Sprague William W., clerk (62 Cambridge, B.), house 7 

Douglass 
Spratt Albert, carpenter, house 13 Banks 
Springer Oliver H., carpenter, DeWolf, near Dyke, house 

1 Symonds block, DeWolf 
Springsteen John, porter, boards 13 Webster avenue 
Sproul Andrew, policeman, house 35 Hudson 
Sproul John L., plumber, .boards 35 Hudson 
Sproul Joseph, laborer, house 129 Washington 
Sprowle W., at Riverside Press, house at Boston 
Squibb Charles F., student H. IT., rooms 14 Concord av. 
Squibb Edward H., student H. U., rooms 22 Concord av. 
Squire Frank O. (John P. Squire & Co.), provisions, 169 

Gore, house at Arlington 
Squire John P. (John P. Squire & Co.), provision dealer, 

• 169 Gore, house at Arlington 
SQUIRE JOHN P. & CO. (John P. and Frank O. 

Squire), provision dealers, 168 and 169 Gore and (23 

and 25 F. H. market and 39 North Market, B.) 
Squires Robert N., pot maker Bay State Glass Co., house 

Church place 
Stackpole Harry H., apothecary, 105 Cambridge 
Stackpole Joseph, stair builder, hou.se 107 Inman 
Stacy Edwin M., provisions (19 New F. H. market, B.), 

boards 49 Wright 
Stacy George W., painter, 608 Main, house 19 Perry 
Stacy Horace, physician (4 Hamilton pi., B.), h. 13 Prospect 



390 CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 

Stacy Lydia A., widow of James B., house 20 Howard 
Stacy Melville, lawyer (5 Court sq., B.), h. 13 Prospect 
Stacy Predore, engineer Brown & Nichols, house 9 Eliot 
Stacy Sarah, widow of John, house 31 Hudson 
Stafford Alfred, upholsterer, 3 Essex, house 91 Allston 
Stafford Emma E., widow of William, house 80^ Green 
Stafford John, bread driver, house 33 Charles River 
Stafford Louisa, widow of Thomas, house 91 Allston 
Stafford Mary A., widow of John S., h. 32 Western av. 
Stafford Norman M., marble cutter (118 Portland, B.), h. 

22 Fairmont 
Stafford Orin M., driver F. A. Kennedy, house 23 Green 
Stahle John, bouse 36 Hampshire 

Stahlecker Charles, blacksmith, h. Andrew, n. Somerset 1 
Standard Ammonia Co., D. M. Marsh, pres., Potter, near 

Third, principal office Cleveland, Ohio 
Standish Myles, medical student H. U., boards 20 Lee 
Standishstreet Henry, glass cutter, house 78 Spring 
Staniford Harriet N. Mrs., house 37 Inman 
Stanley George E., stationery, etc., 34 River, house 38 do. 
Stanley Henry E., com. mer., 1 Lechmere sq., h. 107 Otis 
Stanley Sarah A., widow, house 49 Washington 
Stanton David J. Mrs., millinery, etc., 407 Cambridge, h. 

168 Norfolk 
Stanton Sophronia, widow of Newell, house 47 Gore 
Stanwood Luther D., hostler, house 67 Winter 
Stan wood William F., blank book mnfr. (114 Merrimac, 

B.), house 96 Columbia 
Staples George A., student H. U., rooms 16 Trowbridge 
Staples J. Oliver, bookkeeper, 599K Main, h. 141 Pearl 
Staples Sam'l, fly finisher M. & H. O. Co., h. at Hyde Park 
Staples Samuel, special county commissioner, Court 

House, house at Concord 
Stapleton William., waiter (B.), boards 4 Emmons place 
Starbuck James C, stoves, etc., 552 Main, h. 139 Wash. 
Stark Wm. F., bookkeeper (36 Canal, B.), h. 24 Wendell 
Starratt Daniel W., cutter (11 Hamilton pi., B.), boards 

97 Norfolk 
Start William A., clergyman, house 19 Walden 
Staudinger Edgar M., brush maker (51 Berkeley, B.), 

boards 55)5 Gore [55>£ Gore 

Staudinger Frederick, brush maker (51 Berkeley, B.), h. 
Stayner Andrew T., soap maker, house 77 Clark 
Stayner Richard T., tinsmith, house 402 Main 
Stayner William R., tinsmith, house 30 Sydney 
St. Clair John M., house 8 Front 

STEARNS ALFRED W., carpenter, Mill, h. 26 Wallace 
Stearns Amos O. Mrs., house 44 Seventh 
Stearns Annie K., widow of Joshua B., h. 103 Allston 



CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 39J. 

Stearns Charles E., painter, house 17 Wallace 
Steams Edward M., hackman, 904 Main, house do. 
Stearns Francis F., carpenter, boards 58 Pearl 
Stearns Frank, clerk, Cambridge, bds. 44 Seventh 
Stearns Frank A., clerk, 113 Cambridge, h. 44 Seventh 
Stearns Frederick H., clerk, 22 Brattle, bds. 20 Eliot 
Stearns George Hermon, student H. U., rooms 16 Stougb- 

ton hall 
Stearns George H., foreman, 904 Main, h. 46 Shepard 
Stearns Horace B., pressman Riverside Press, rooms 9 Creek 
Stearns James, livery stable, 22 Brattle, house 20 Eliot 
Stearns Julia, widow of Amos F., bds. 40 Seventh 
Stearns Marshall N., brick mason, house 24 Wallace 
Stearns Oliver, Parkman professor of theology and Dean 

of the Divinity Faculty H. U., h. 12 Kirkland pi. 
Stearns Thomas, asst. assessor, house 19 Farwell place 
Stearns William F., bookkeeper Riverside Press, boards 

14 Trowbridge 
Stearns Wm. O., student H. U., rooms 60 Matthews hall 
Stebbins Nathaniel L., picture frames, etc. (57 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 10 Day 
Stebbins Roderick, student H. U., rms. 14 Kirkland pi. 
Stebbins Rufus P., clergyman, house 10 Day 
Stechell Joseph, pattern maker, 92 Main, h. 87 Winsor 
Stecker Diedrich, cabinet maker, house 120 Spring 
Stedman Geo. H., clerk (40 Water, B.), h. 27 Essex 
Stedman Harry G., piano key maker, bds. 220 Broadway 
Stedman Samuel E., piano key maker, 139 Broadway, 

house 220 do. 
Stedman Vernal R. (Stedman & Morse), metal string 

mnfr., 384 Main, h. 218 Harvard 
Stedman & Morse (Vernal R. Stedman and John T. 

Morse), musical instrument string mnfr., 384 Main 
Steele Allane, blacksmith, house 364 Cambridge 
Steele Benjamin H., builder, house 8 Arlington 
Steele Frederick H., printer, boards 21 Antrim 
Steele John, teamster (Charles, cor. Leverett, B.), house 

43 Winter 
Steele Lucy A. Mrs., house 21 Antrim 
Steenstra Peter H., professor of Hebrew and Exegesis 

Episcopal Theological school, h. 9 Hilliard 
Steer John, hairdresser, house 43 Tremont 
Stehle Tobias, cabinet maker (Charlestown), h.10 Seventh 
Steinburg John P., cabinet maker, house 343 Main 
Steinmann J. Henry, musician, house 30 Cherry 
Steinmann Kaspar, carver, house 26 Sixth 
Stemler Daniel, boarding-house, 2 Water 
Stengel Philip, laborer, house 49 Washington 



392 CAMBKIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 

Stengler Louis, varnisher M. & H. O. Co., boards off 

Eighth, near Spring [Cowperthwaite 

Stephens George C, shipping clerk, 10 Arrow, house 7 
Stephens J. H., printer Riverside Press, h. 81 Putnam av. 
Stephens Nelson J., student II. XL, rooms 14 Ware 
Sterling Frederick, sugar boiler, rooms 79 Gore 
Sterling Paul, student, rooms 16 Lawrence hall 
Stern Philip, cabinet maker, house Ninth, n. Otis 
Stetson Calvin M., boards 42 Winsor 
Stetson Charles H., collector, 573 Main, house 8 Sands 
Stetson Edward, student, rooms 6 Mt. Auburn 
Stetson George W., carpenter, house 16 Fairmont 
Stetson Hay ward, student H. U., rms. 46 Holvoke house 
STEVENS ABEL, carpenter and builder, Mt. Auburn, 

cor. Bath, house 153 Mt. Auburn 
Stevens Abbie, widow of Samuel, h. 1 Central place 
Stevens Abram W. Rev., house 308 Harvard 
Stevens Albert, builder, house 19 Buckingham 
Stevens Ashland, shoemaker, boards 115 Spring 
Stevens Benjamin F., sawyer M. & H. Organ Co. 
Stevens Burt, organ maker, Fifth, c. Otis, b. 69 Thorndike 
Stevens Charles A., painter, house 13 Cottage 
Stevens Charles A., conductor U. R. Co., h.at Soraerville 
Stevens Charles B., registrar of deeds, office Court House, 

house 8 Maple avenue 
Stevens Charles E., apothecary, 153 Bridge, bds. 155 do. 
Stevens Charles E., cabinet maker, 624 Main, boards 1 

Central place [Prospect 

Stevens Charles H., reporter (Boston Herald), rooms 8 
Stevens Clara, widow of Wm., h. 34 Western avenue 
Stevens Cyrus S., painter, 3 River, house 13 Cottage 
Stevens Edmund H., physician, 162 North av., h. do. 
Stevens Edward Mrs., nurse, boards 80 Green 
Stevens Edward C, house 276 Broadway 
Stevens Edwin C, clerk (40 Central, B.), boards 153 Mt. 

Auburn [26 Park 

Stevens Elbridge G., reed maker M. & H. Organ Co., bds. 
Stevens Elias H., nurse, house 115 Spring [Second 

Stevens Ella M. Miss, tel. operator, 98 Cambridge, bds. 60 
Stevens Ezra H., painter, house rear 41 Norfolk 
Stevens Francis E., house 186 Cambridge 
Stevens Frank L., show card painter (2 Province, B.), 

bds. 115 Spring [B.), bds. 60 Second 

Stevens Frank P., clerk in restaurant (B. & M. R. R., 
Stevens Frederick T., secretary and treasurer U. R. Co., 

office Harvard square, house 6 Holyoke place 
Stevens George, laborer, house 212 Green 
Stevens George, organ manufacturer, Fifth cor. Otis, and 

pres. East Cambridge Savings Bank, h. 69 Thorndike 



CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 395 

Stevens George F., organ maker, Fifth, cor. Otis, boards 

69 Thorndike [2 Rockwell 

Stevens George M., tower clocks (90 Sudbury, B.), house 
STEVENS HAROLD W., clerk and messenger First 

National Bank of Cambridge, boards 308 Harvard 
Stevens Henry A., conveyancer of deeds, Court House, 

house 8 Maple avenue 
Stevens Henry J., painter^house 223 Harvard 
Stevens Isaac, boards 14 Shepard 
Stevens John Cornell, student H. U., rooms 890 Main 
Stevens John H. (J. H. Stevens & Co.), plumber, 634 

Main, house 33 Western avenue 
Stevens Joseph, painter, house 220 Harvard 
Stevens Joseph H., painter, house 220 Harvard 
Stevens J. H. & Co. (John H. Stevens and Charles B. 

Cade), plumbers, 634 Main 
Stevens Mary, widow of James, house 60 Second 
Stevens Moses Mrs., boarding house, 18 Far well place 
Stevens Normandus W., at Revere Sugar Refinery, bds. 

115 Spring 
Stevens Peter, whitening molder,h. First, r. 34 Cambridge 
STEVENS THOMAS J., constable, collector and auc- 
tioneer, 593j^ Main, house 38 Essex 
Stevens Wm, boarding stable, 151 Bridge, h. 155 do. 
Stevens William A., paper hanger, house 650 Main 
Stevens William A., boards 33 Sixth 
Stevenson Thomas, plasterer, 139 Spring, house do. 
Stevenson Thomas, carpenter, boards rear 164 Gore 
Stevenson T. Frank, law student H. U., bds. 105 Inman 
Steward John H., clerk J. P. Squire & Co., house 2 Pet- 

tengills court 
Stewart Alonzo, city missionary, house 141 Otis 
Stewart Andrew, book keeper (37 Central wharf, B)., 

boards 15 Willard 
Stewart Annie E., widow of James, house 24 Brookline 
Stewart Arthur M., clerk, 649 Main, bds. 127 Prospect 
Stewart Betsey R., widow of Erie W., house 57 Pine 
Stewart Daniel, carpenter, house Hawkins block, Charles 
Stewart Elizabeth, widow of Edward, boards 343 Harvard 
Stewart Ellen, widow of Andrew C, house 15 Willard 
Stewart Eva M. Miss, house 865 Main 
Stewart Frank P., bookkeeper (33 India, B.), b. 57 Pine, 
Stewart Geo. E., officer House of Correction, bds. Third, 

corner Thorndike 
Stewart George E., clerk, 69 Norfolk, boards 57 Pine 
Stewart Henry L., painter, 16 Brighton, h. 19 Hilliard 
Stewart Henry Robert, house 12 Forest 
Stewart James, tailor, 406 Main, house do. 
Stewart James H., potter, boards 24 Brookline 



394 CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 

Stewart John, coach mam James V. Taylor, North ave- 
nue, house 19 DeWolf 
Stewart Mary, widow of Robert, house 12 Forest 
Stewart Mary S. Miss, tailoress, boards 108 Spring 
Stewart Orlando, machinist^ house 51 Sixth 
Stewart Richard, house 32 Kice [42 Tremont 

Stewart Samuel A., harness maker (63 Sudbury, B.), h. 
Stewart Sarah E., teacher Boaiiglman primary school, bds. 

57 Pine 
Stewart William F., organ maker, boards 24 Brookline 
Stewart William J., butcher, house 53 Spruce [Otis 

Stickney Francis H., carpenter, 188 Cambridge, h. 136 - 
Stickney Nathaniel N. (N. N. Stickney & Co. >, lumber 

dealer, Winthrop wharf, house 43 Mt. Auburn 
Stickney N. N. & Co. (Nathaniel N. Stickney and Wra. 

E. Saunders), lumber, Winthrop wf., ft. of DeWolf 
Stickney Rodolph, carpenter and builder, h. 129 Spring 
Stiles Elizabeth EL, widow of Stephen, h. 282 North av. 
Stiles Frank H., clerk (115 Milk, B.), bds. 282 North av. 
Stiles Frank J., printer, house 69 Western avenue 
STILES JOHN C, agent "People's Line" East Cam- 
bridge and Boston coaches, 197 Cambridge, house 
14 Mt. Auburn 
Stiles Lucius, salesman (99 Summer, B.), house 15 Lee 
Stiles Samuel, carpenter, house 6 Dover 
Stiles Storer E., house 26 Third 
Stilwell Helen N. Mrs., music teacher, h. 13 Wendell 
Stimpson Charles P., drug clerk, 452 Harvard, bds. 7 Oak 
Stimpson J. Frank, pump and block maker, house 7 Oak 
Stimpson John Mrs., house 7 Oak 
Stimpson Walter, boards 255 North avenne 
Stimson Fordyce M., house 18 Mellen 
Stimson Frederick J., law student H. U., rms. 890 Main 
Stimson Martin W. (Cilley, Stimson & Woodbury), stable, 
120 Green, and (Cilley & Stimson), stable (42 No. 
Russell, B.), house 307 Broadway 
Stimson Royal W., house 109 Sparks, cor. Concord av. 
Stimson Wm. F., binder Riverside Bindery, h. Bailey pi. 
Stingel Philip, laborer, house 49 Washington 
Stinson Charles, produce peddler, house 34 Somerset 
Stinson Daniel, laborer, house 48 Clark 
Stinson Daniel, brass molder, 368 Main, bds. 48 Clark 
Stinson James, hostler W. T. Richardson, h. 14 Beaver 
Stinson James A., book binder (11 Chardon, B.), boards 

14 Beaver 
Stinson James T., provisions, 73 Pearl, h. 6 Stinson court 
Stinson John, grocer, 36 Somerset, house do. 
Stinson John D., provisions, 5 Essex, h. 4 Whitney's ct. 
Stinson Joseph, mason, house Decatur court 



CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORT. 395 

Stinson Mary, widow of John, house 140 Columbia 
Stinson Robert J., stereotype finisher, bcls. 14 Beaver 
Stinson William H., stereotype finisher Riverside Press, 

house 1 Symond's block, DeWolf 
Stinson William J., core maker, house 64 Harvard 
Stitt Margaret, widow of James, h. First, r. 34 Cambridge 
St. John Patrick, cooper, boards 141 Gore 
St. John's Literary Institute, 107 Cambridge 
St. Leger Martin, grocer, 15 Reed, house do. 
St. Martin Felix, brick maker, house 121 Spruce 
Stobbe Alphonso, piano hammer coverer, 555 Main, house 

rear 27 Pine 
Stockford Susan, widow, house 196 North avenue 
Stoddard William, in Boston Rolling Mill, house Berk- 
shire, cor. Berkshire place 
Stodder C. S., blacksmith, house 5 Third [line 

Stodder David G., provisions, 45 Pleasant, h. 138 Brook- 
Stodder Sidney I., diary maker, boards 138 Brookline 
Stofflet John, currier, house Beacon, next Oxford 
Stokes Edward, produce, house 8 Grant 
Stokes J#)hn, granite dealer (Brighton), h. 104 Sparks 
Stolba Benj., cigar maker, 432>£ Harvard, bds. 10 South 
Stolba William, cigar maker, boards 10 South 
Stone Addie Miss, teacher Putnam grammar school, bds. 
51 Sixth [bridge, h. at Everett 

Stone Amos, county treas., office Court House, E. Cam- 
Stone Anna, widow, house 95 Austin 
STONE ANSON J., treasurer Mercantile Savings Bank 

(581 Washington, B.), house 34 North av. 
Stone Charles, house 5 State 
Stone Charles H., boards 126 Harvard 
Stone Charles P., coachman, house 263 Mt. Auburn 
Stone Charles S., boards 2 Phillips pi. [Dover 

Stone Clarence E., bookkeeper (55 Kilby, B.), boards 14 
Stone Daniel, provisions, 33 River, house 54 Pleasant 
Stone Edmond A., driver F. A. Kennedy, house 30 Jay 
Stone Elisha, elevators (103 Court, B.), house 14 Dover 
Stone George F., clerk M. & H. Organ Co. 
Stone George G., bar tender, house 126 Harvard 
Stone George W., clerk, 13 Harvard row, h, at Somerville 
Stone Herbert H., hack driver, 904 Main, house Symonds 

block, DeWolf 
Stone James F., house 37 River 
Stone James R., boards 22 Prince 
Stone John, house Florence, near Magazine 
Stone John S., D. D., house 2 Phillips place 
Stone Judson F., bookbinder, bds. 37 River 
Stone J. Lyman, clerk (100 Arch, B.), bds, 12 Florence 
Stone Lauriston L., salesman (88 Franklin,B.), h. 31 Hudson 



396 CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 

Stone Lucy A., widow of Daniel G., bouse 11 Winsor 

Stone Maria Mrs., house 60 Brighton 

Stone Mary L. Miss, bookkeeper East Cambridge Five 

Cent Savings Bank, 80 Cambridge, boards 73 Otis 
Stone Mary W. Miss, h. Cambridge, opp. Highland av. 
Stone Norman W., musical instrument maker, boards 168 

Harvard 
Stone Otis H., boards 95 Austin [lips pi. 

STONE PHILIP S., lawyer (61 Court, B.), rms. 2 Phil- 
Stone Thatcher, provisions, 147 North av., h.at Somerville 
Stone William, clerk Ross House, 7 Broadway, bds. do. 
Stone William A., apothecary, 4 Brewer's block, Brattle 

sq., house 10 Warland [Broadway 

Stone William E., bookkeeper (14 Exchange pi., B.), h. 409 
Stone William K., house 2 Phillips place 
St. Onge Alphonse, foreman S. Gidding's stable, 186 Co- 
lumbia, house 380 Cambridge 
Storer Charles, ornamental japaner, house 6 Kinnaird 
Storer Francis H., prof. Agricultural chemistry and Dean 

of the Bussey Institution, house at Jamaica Plain 
Storer John W., clerk, 634 Main, bds. 6 Kinnaird 
Storer Robert B. Mrs., house Garden, cor. Linnsean 
Storer William, house 246 Harvard 
Storer William B. (Robert B. Storer & Co., 58 India sq., 

B.), house Garden, cor. Shepard 
Storer William N., clerk 624 Main, house 19 Tremont 
Storey Fred G., supt. Equitable Safe Deposit Vaults (67 

Milk, B.), house 62 Wright 
Story Annie B. Miss, artist and teacher of drawing, bds. 

345 Harvard 
Story Augustus, boards 345 Harvard 
Storv Charles W., agent Yankee Blade (4 Liberty sq., 

B.), bds. 345 Harvard [Harvard 

Story Francis W., watchman University Press, h. 345 
Story Marion W., student H. U., rooms 33 Beck hall 
Stout Dora, widow of John, house 27 Fourth 
Stout Nicholas, laborer, house 83 Charles 
Stoutley Charlotte A., widow of Chas. H., h. 7 Mt. Auburn 
Stovall Rollis, hostler U. R. Co., house Belmont, next 

Montgomery 
Stover Howard M., carpenter, house 8 Upton 
Stow Van Der Lynn, student H. U., rooms 25 Holyoke 
Stowe George W., clerk, 610 Main, h. Pearl, c. Franklin 
Stowe William (American Net and Twine Co.), Third, 

and (43 Commercial, B.), house at Arlington 
Stowe William, student, boards 123 Inman 
Strath John, teamster, house 22 South 
Stratton Anna M., widow of Henry, h. 3 Shepherd's blk., 

Charles River [Linnaean, c. Bowdoin 

Stratton Charles, boots and shoes (85 Leverett, B.), house 



CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 397 

Stratton Charles F., clerk (91 State, B.), house Linnaean, 
near Bowdoin [cor. Bowdoin 

Stratton Edward B., clerk (85 Leverett, B.), b. Linnaean, 
Stratton Flavel C, house 10 Bigelow 
Stratton Martha A., widow of Ira, house 10 Bigelow 
Straub Charles, cabinet maker, house 72 Hastings 
Stream Orlof, picture frame maker, 424 Harvard, house 

at Boston 
Streb Jacob, sugar refiner, house 57 Gore 
Streckwald Charles, laborer, house 126 Spring 
Streeter Clara Miss, house Elm, near Beech 
Streeter Hannah, widow of A. S., house 46 Mt. Auburn 
Stringer John H., laborer, house rear 111 Elm 
Strong Homer C, law student. H. U., rooms 17 Wendell 
Strong John P., student H. U., rooms 29 College house 
Strouther Irena, house rear 14 Pleasant 
Stuart Frederick T., steel engraver (42 Court, B.), house 

22 Hancock 
Stuart Geo. A., bookkeeper, 69 Main, b. (1 Hancock, B.) 
Stuart, see Stewart 
Stubbs Joseph A., clams (Commercial wharf, c. Atlantic 

avenue, B.), house 29 Sydney 
Stubbs Sarah C, widow of Samuel W., h. 131 Franklin 
Studley Joseph, apothecary, 1 56 Cambridge, h. 53 Austin 
Studley Sarah A., widow of Amasa, h. 174 Cambridge 
Stumbles James, cabinet maker, house 100 Spring 
Sturgis Russell, student H. U., rooms 48 Gray's hall 
Sturks William P., carpenter, house 71 Western avenue 
Sturtevant Alvin C., agent, house 4 Lamson place 
Sturtevant Alvin C, jr., clerk, boards 4 Lamson place 
Sturtevant George E., student H. U., rooms 18 Hollis hall 
Suessle Frederick, butcher, house 68 Vine 
Sughrue John F., bar tender, house 22 Sparks 
Suhr Johannas T., blacksmith, 72 Main, h. 44 Sydney 
Sullivan Anna C. Mrs., teacher training school, Sacramen- 
to, boards at Boston 
Sullivan Annie Miss, dressmaker, 656 Main, bcls. do. 
Sullivan Catharine, widow of Daniel, h. 58 Hastings 
Sullivan Catherine, widow of James, house 1 Portland 
Sullivan Charles, laborer, boards 13 Foster 
Sullivan Charles H., music printer (451 Washington, B.), 

house 33 West 
Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, house 243* Cambridge 
Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, house 29 Gore 
Sullivan Cornelius, house 28 North 
Sullivan Cornelius, foreman Marcellus Day & Co., house 

134 Main 
Sullivan Cornelius J., glass blower, boards 30 North 
Sullivan C. W., house 67 Auburn 



398 CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 

Sullivan Daniel, fireman, house 13 Hamilton 
Sullivan Daniel laborer, house 13 Warren 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house 8 Jefferson 
Sullivan Daniel, tailor, house 8 Winthrop 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house rear 59 Brighton 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house 30 North 
Sullivan Daniel, shoemaker, 138 Bridge, house do. 
Sullivan Daniel, marble cutter, house 137 Dublin 
Sullivan Daniel, at Riverside Press, house 208 Green 
Sullivan Daniel J., carriage painter Francis Ivers, boards 

63 Cedar 
Sullivan Daniel J., blacksmith, 9 Tenney, bds. 8 Jackson 
Sullivan Daniel P., rec. clerk D. S. Co., house 73 River 
Sullivan Dennis, laborer, house 9 Winthrop 
Sullivan Dennis, brass molder (B.), house 12 Third 
Sullivan Dennis, laborer, boards 4 North 
Sullivan Dennis, laborer, house 46 Washington 
Sullivan Dennis H., saloon, 69 Gore, house do. 
Sullivan Edward, with J. A Latimer, boards 57 Otis 
Sullivan Edward, laborer, house 31 Cowperthwaite 
Sullivan Edward F., brass finisher F. Draper & Co., Otis, 

house 61 Spring 
Sullivan Ellen, widow of Dennis, h. 133 Webster av. 
Sullivan Ellen, widow, house 63 Cedar 
Sullivan Eugene, laborer, house 2 Gore 
Sullivan Florence, brass finisher, house 7 Emmons place 
Sullivan Garret, glass maker N. E. Glass Co., h. 92 Otis 
Sullivan George A., harness maker U. R. Co., boards 12 

Dunster 
Sullivan Humphrey, plasterer, house 36 Charles River 
Sullivan Isabella, widow of Daniel, house 17 Baldwin 
Sullivan James, glass worker, house 6 Winter 
Sullivan James, laborer, house 248 Franklin 
Sullivan James H., glass cutter, boards 6 Winter 
Sullivan James M., painter, house 208 Green 
Sullivan James M., jr., book binder University Press 

boards 208 Green 
Sullivan Jeffrey, stone cutter, house 137 Dublin 
Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, house 207 Franklin 
Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, house 192 Bridge 
Sullrvan Jeremiah, laborer, house 143 Elm 
Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, house 2 Stevens court 
Sullivan Jeremiah, glass maker, boards rear 45 Winter 
Sullivan Jeremiah, provisions, 64 Cambridge, h. 36 Second 
Sullivan Jeremiah, teamster, house 136 Pleasant 
Sullivan Jeremiah, butcher, house 73 Spruce 
Sullivan Jeremiah J., music printer, (451 Washington, 

B.), house 110 Hampshire 
Sullivan Joanna Mrs., house 180 Green 



CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 399 

Sullivan John, laborer, house 5 Clay- 
Sullivan John, laborer, house 207 Franklin 
Sullivan John, coachman, 36 Quincy, bds. Harvard sq. 
Sullivan John, glass worker, house 36 Winter 
Sullivan John, printer (Hawley, B.), boards 48 Winter 
Sullivan John, mable worker, house 64 Harvard 
Sullivan John, brush maker, boards 34 Charles 
Sullivan John, laborer, house 8 Winter 
Sullivan John, laborer, boards 198 Cambridge 
Sullivan John, shoemaker, 5 Vine, house do. 
Sullivan John, marble worker, house 7 Cottage court 
Sullivan John, jr., spring bed maker, boards 64 Harvard 
Sullivan John, currier, 47 Cedar 

Sullivan John, horse shoer, 89 Cambridge, h. 11 Short 
Sullivan John, laborer, house 166 Franklin 
Sullivan John, currier, house Clifton, near Spruce 
Sullivan John A., printer Riverside Press, h. 210 Green 
Sullivan John D., hostler, 904 Main, h. 31 Charles River 
Sullivan John H., laborer, house 159 Bridge 
Sullivan John J., clerk, 75 Cambridge, bds. 7 McCabe 
Sullivan John P., clerk 159 Harvard, bds. 110 Hampshire 
Sullivan Joseph F., laborer, hou^e 85 Concord avenue 
Sullivan Julia, widow, house 228 Franklin 
Sullivan Lawrence, seaman, boards 28 North 
Sullivan Margaret, widow of John, house 2 Hastings 
Sullivan Margaret, widow of John, house rear 45 Winter 
Sullivan Mary, widow of Daniel, house 34 Charles 
Sullivan Mary, widow of Jeffrey, house 137 Dublin 
Sullivan Mary, widow of James, house 35 Somerset 
Sullivan Maurice, peddler, house .9 McCabe 
Sullivan Michael, gardener, house 9 Cowperthwaite 
Sullivan Michael, mason, house 69 Gore 
Sullivan Michael, teamster, house Foster place 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, house 127 Webster avenue 
Sullivan Michael E., laborer, house 31 Charles River 
Sullivan Michael T., laborer, house 47 Banks 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 10 East 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 196 Norfolk 
Sullivan Patrick, currier, house 58 Spruce 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 27 Cambridge 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, boards 2 Hastings 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, boards 163 Broadway 
Sullivan Patrick, junk dealer, house 137 Webster av. 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house Jefferson, near Harding 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 25 Cowperthwaite 
Sullivan Patrick, hostler, 904 Main, bds. 26 Charles River 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 9 Flagg 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 211 Franklin [ell 

Sullivan Patrick, washer J.Pike & Co., h. Foster, n. Low- 



400 CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. • 

Sullivan Patrick J., oil finisher, 624 Main, bds. 1 Portland 
Sullivan Patrick T., painter, house 197 Mount Auburn 
Sullivan Peter, laborer, house 9 Flagg 
Sullivan Quinlan, cooper, house 28 Decatur 
SuUivan Richard, currier, house 63 Cedar 
Sullivan Richard, house 8 Water 
Sullivan Roger, house rear 39 Charles 
Sullivan Sarah, widow of Michael house 170 Franklin 
Sullivan Stephen, mason, house rear 13 Charles River 
Sullivan Thomas, laborer, house 207 Franklin 
Sullivan Thomas, laborer, house 13 Valentine 
Sullivan Thomas F., stone cutter, house 5 Otter 
Sullivan Thomas J., tinman, boards 13 Valentine 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 8 Jackson 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, boards 28 Decatur 
Sullivan Timothy, gardener 277 Harvard, house Derby 
lane, corner Inman court [1233^ do. 

Sullivan Timothy, express and saloon, 127 Bridge, house 
Sullivan Timothy, boards 8 Banks 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 132 Webster avenue 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 4 North 
Sullivan Timothy, carriage smith, boards 64 Harvard 
.Sullivan Timothy, teamster, 127 Bridge, bds. 123^- do. 
Sullivan Timothy, cabinet maker, h. rear 67 Moore 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 234 Bridge 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 13 Carson ^ 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 254 Franklin 
Sullivan Timothy A., cooper, 138 Gore, b. at Somerville 
Sullivan Timothy A., bookbinder, bds. 7 Emmons place 
Sullivan Timothy D., stereotype finisher Welch, Bigelow 

& Co., house 48 Holyoke 
Sullivan Timothy E., carpenter, house 277 Cambridge 
Sullivan William, student H. U., rooms 4 College house 
Sullivan William, laborer, house 251 Franklin 
Sullivan William J. A., foreman composing room River- 
side Press, house 79 River 
Sullivan William P., glass cutter, house 8 Sixth 
Sullivan, see O'Sullivan 
Summer Alfred A., fireman, house 149 Gore 
Summers Henry, gas fitter, house 259 Broadway 
Summers Richard, coachman, 714 Main, bds. do. 
Sumner Eben T. 5 engineer B. L. & N. R. R., house 155 

Cambridge 
Sumner Francis, house 14 Sumner 
Sumner G. Edward, house 20 Prescott 
Sumner John H., fireman, house 174 Winsor 
Suplee Louis M., student H. U., rooms Sacramento place, 

first on left 
Surrell Peter, laborer, house 4 Squire's court 



CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 401 

Sutcliffe Benj. F., action maker 624 Main, h. 60 Norfolk 
Sutton Benj., boots and shoes (90 Leverett, B.), house 15 

Tufts 
Sutton George J., printer (31 State, B.), house 131 Green 
Sutton Michael J., marble rubber, house r. 69 Gore 
Sutton Richard W., binder Riverside Bindery, boards 

12J£ Pearl 
Swaim A. D. Mrs., house 16 Craigie 

Swain A. Otis, salesman (88 North, B.), b. 393 Broadway 
Swain Charles C, salesman 9 Brattle, Ms. 15 Farwell pi. 
Swain Samuel H., foreman tube and reed board makers, 

M. & H. Organ Co., house 46 Western avenue 
Swallow E. Waldo, clerk, house Washington avenue 
Swan Abigail Mrs., house 19 Everett [67 Pleasant 

Swan Albert D., armorer Lancers, armory (B.), house r. 
Swan Sarah H., widow of Joshua A., house 6 Berkeley 
Swan Walter S., com. mer. (40 Central, B.), h. 6 Laugdon 
Swan Win. D., student H. U., rooms 6 Berkeley 
S wanton Bridget, widow of John, house 4 Short 
Swanton William H., foreman (87 Blackstone, B.), house 

7 Lamson place 
Swasey Charlotte, widow of Edward R, h. 95 Prospect 
Svvasey Frank B., clerk (178 Purchase, B.), boards 95 

Prospect [bds. 273 Harvard 

Swasey George B., leather dealer (178 .Purchase, B.), 
Swasey John, glass cutter, house rear 202 Bridge 
Sweeney Bridget, widow of Daniel, house 119 Third 
Sweeney Cornelius, carpenter, house 89 Sixth 
Sweeney Cornelius, glass maker, boards 194 Bridge 
Sweeney Daniel, laborer, house 114 Third 
Sweeney Daniel, glass cutter, house 119 Third 
Sweeney Daniel W., printer, house 507 Main 
Sweeney Dennis, house 194 Bridge 
Sweeney Edward, boards 114 Third 
Sweeney Hugh, tailor (B.), house 22 Reed 
Sweeney John, carpenter, house Crescent avenue 
Sweeney John, glass worker, house 110 Tremont 
Sweeney Joseph, laborer, h. 2 Linnehan's block, Third 
Sweeney Julia, liquors, 192 Hampshire, house do. 
Sweeney Kate Miss, clerk (B.), house 194 Bridge 
Sweeney Michael, laborer L. R. R., boards 4 Water 
Sweeney Miles, laborer, house 65 Elm 
Sweeney Nancy, widow, house 5 McCabe 
Sweeney Patrick, teamster, house 55 Cedar 
Sweeney William, laborer, house 14 Antrim 
Sweet Jas. B., salesman (24 Canal, B.), h. 101 Thorndike 
Sweetman John, house 28 Dunster 

Sweetman John B., clerk Orrin Hall, boards 28 Dunster 
Sweetser Atkins, teamster, house 9 Leighton court 
26 



402 CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 

Sweetser Harriett F. W. Miss, house 138 Brattle 
Sweetser Henry P., salesman (167 Washington, B.), h. 

Elm, nerr Russell 
Sweetser Henry W., teamster, boards 9 Leigh ton court 
Sweetser James W., clerk (450 Washington, B.), boards 

9 Leighton court 
Sweetser S. Adelaide Miss, private school, h. 138 Brattle 
Swenson Svate, cigar maker, 599 Main, boards at Boston 
Swett George B., box maker Woodbury & Co., house 104 

Cambridge [Hyde Park 

Swett Lewis C, manager carpet rooms, 3 River, house at 
SWETT MELVILLE H., counsellor (7 Court sq., B.), 

house 12 Remington [bridge 

Swett Scott, box maker Woodbury & Co., bds. 104 Cam- 
Swett Win. H., clerk, 515 Main, bds. Magazine, c. Auburn 
Swett William S., carpet beating (Chapman, cor. Emer- 
ald, B.), house 117 Magazine 
Swift Henry, fly finisher M. & H. Organ Co., h. at Medford 
Swift John D., boards 28 Winsor 
Swift Peter, junk dealer, house 28 Winsor 
Swift William H., agent Boston Nut Co. (6>£ Oliver, B.), 

house 42 Market 
Swinburne George K., student H. U., rms. 44 Mt. Auburn 
Swinerton Win, M., engineer, 113 Broadway, h. 223 do. 
Swiney'Jobn H., carpenter, 123 Gore, house 33 Fourth 
Sykes Margaret, widow, house 77 Tremont 
Sylvester Eliza B., widow of James, house 724 Cambridge 
Sylvester Nellie M. Miss, school teacher, house 31 Pearl 
Sylvester Win. H., student H. U., rooms 28 Divinity hall 
Sylvia John C, apothecary, 214 North av., h. 2 Westford 
Symmes Theodore, pedal maker M. & H. Organ Co., h. at 

Winchester 
Symonds John O., clerk (33 North, B.), h. 180 Columbia 
Symonds T. Harry, supt.'s clerk U. R. Co., Harvard sq., 

house 5 South 

TABRAHAM L. G., fly finisher M. & H. Organ Co., h. 

at Roslindale 
Taft Charles H., student H. U., boards 17 Lowell 
Taft Charles P., fancy goods (102 Court, B.), h. 17 Lowell 
Taft George L., student, boards 17 Lowell 
Taft Wendall P., provisions, rooms 28 William 
Taggart David A., student H. U., rooms 6 Little's block 
Talbot Ambrose, student H. U., rooms 62 College house 
Talbot Elizabeth Mrs., milliner, house 290 North avenue 
Talbot James, sexton St. John's Memorial chapel and 

janitor Epis. Theo. Seminary, rooms 6 Lawrence hall 
Talbot James, laborer, house 29 Winter 
Talbot James F., carpenter, house 46 Clark 



CAMBRIDGE [T] DIRECTORY. 403 

Talbot James F., student (B.), boards 29 Winter 
Talbot Jesse, wood and coal, 39 Winsor, house do. 
Talbot John D., wheelwright, 39 Winsor, house do. 
Talbot John P., clerk, boards 290 North avenue 
Talbot John W., foreman, 368 Main, house 5 Austin 
Talbot Joseph E., boards 29 Winter 
Talbot J. H. Dr. Mrs., boards 290 North avenue 
Talbot Susan E., widow of James, house 14 Cambridge 
Talbott William H., student H. U., rooms 25 Holyoke 
Tallant Edward F., clerk (453 Washington, B.), b. 14 Lake 
Tallant George M., clerk (9 and 15 Winter, B.), h. 14 Lake 
Tallon Thomas, tinman, house rear 44 Franklin 
Taltavall William A., student Fl. U., rms. 18 College house 
Talvanni Gabriel J. S., cook, boards rear 61 Harvard 
Tandy James, carpenter, house 12 William 
Tansey Thomas F., cooper, house rear 187 Cambridge 
Tapley Charles W., clerk (44 Pearl, B.), bds. 10 Amory 
Tapley Henry M., bookkeeper (26 High, B.), h. 10 Amory 
Tappan Herbert, student H. U., rooms 42 Brattle 
Tarbell Adeline E., widow of George F., h. 77 Auburn 
Tarbell Mary A., teacher Willard primary school, house 

64 Franklin 
Tarbell William A., clerk (110 North, B.), h. 64 Chestnut 
Tarbell William C, student H. U., rms. 56 Matthews hall 
Tarbell William G., cabinet maker, house 39 Magazine 
Tarbox John, house 139 Thorndike 
Tarbox Joseph K., house 69 Winsor 
Tasco Samuel E., janitor H. U., house 77 Mt. Auburn 
Tates Charles W., house 62 Thorndike 
Tatten John W., teamster, house rear 48 Broadway 
Taussig Frank Wm., student H. U., rms. 27 Thayer hall 
Tauwalt Wm., shoemaker, 204)£ Hampshire, h. 69 Amory 
Tay Wm. B., bookkeeper (Summer, B.), b. 96 Thornkike 
Taylor Abbie S. Mrs., teacher Thorndike grammar school, 

house 51 Fifth 
Taylor Alvah H., boards 27 Coggswell avenue 
Taylor Arthur, student H. U., rooms 22 Stoughton hall 
Taylor Carrie S. Miss, teacher Kindergarten school, 

Fourth, cor. Cambridge, boards 51 Fifth 
Taylor Charles B., house 855 Main 

Taylor Daniel, hairdresser (27 Garden, B.), bds. 21 Beaver 
Taylor Edward C, salesman, 537 Main, boards 20 Pearl 
Taylor Edwin A., teamster Reversible Collar Co., 10 Ar- 
row, house 47 Mt. Auburn 
Taylor Elizabeth H. Mrs., house 70 River 
Taylor Frank B., teamster, house 13 Banks 
Taylor Frederic W., student H. U., rms. 23 Stoughton hall 
Taylor George H., sailmaker (Charlestown Navy Yard), 
boards 171 Otis 



404 CAMBRIDGE [f] DIRECTORY. 

Taylor Geo. Mendall, music teacher, house 46 Langdon 
Taylor Henry O., student H. IT., rooms 25 Holyoke 
Taylor Ira, deputy sheriff, 573 Main, boards 55 Essex 
Taylor Jas. V., architect, h. 20 No. av., opp. Waterhouse 
Taylor John B., physician, house 49 Third 
Taylor John H., clerk, 15 Brattle, bds. 15 Farwell place 
Taylor John R., bookkeeper, 103 Bridge, house 51 Fifth 
Taylor J. Henry, lawyer (82 Water, B.), boards J. Mid- 

dleby's, Brattle 
Taylor Lewis H. (Taylor & Green), coal and wood, 

Hampshire, house 84 Webster avenue 
Taylor Lewis S., expressman, boards 86 Winsor 
Taylor Mary B., widow of Samuel, house 171 Otis 
Taylor Mark C, bookkeeper (172 State, B.), house 59 

Pleasant 
Taylor Oliver, house 27 Coggswell avenue 
Taylor Robert, hostler, house 200 Green 
Taylor Samuel A., engineer, house 6 Rogers block, Main 
Taylor Samuel A., painter Seavey & Co., bds, 171 Otis 
Taylor Simeon (Taylor & Haley), stoves, tinware, etc., 

525 Main, house 5 Columbia 
Taylor Sophia, widow of Peter, house rear 103 Spring 
Taylor S. Hammond, milkman, house 8 Warland 
Taylor Thomas, porter (177 State, B.), house 31 Brewery 
Taylor Thomas, laborer, house 21 Beaver, cor. DeWolf 
Taylor Timothy T. B., baker, house 70 River 
Taylor Vernal S., clerk (B.), house 112 Magazine 
Taylor Walter B., bookkeeper (21 Oliver, B.), b. 55 Essex 
Taylor William A., undertaker, 68 Pleasant, house do. 
Taylor William G., student H. U., rooms 16 Hollis hall 
Taylor William H., waiter, boards 31 Brewery 
Taylor William H., teamster, house 30 Hamilton 
Taylor Wm. J., paperhanger, 608 Main, h. 112 Magazine 
Taylor & Green (Lewis H. Taylor and Lewis Green), coal 

and wood, Hampshire, corner Columbia 
Taylor & Haley (Simeon Taylor and John H. Haley), 

stoves, tinware, etc., 525 Main 
Tayne Dennis, laborer, house 32 North 
Tayne Mary, widow of Timothy, house 32 North 
Tayne Michael, laborer, house 28 North 
Tayne Michael, jr., laborer E. R. R., house 28 North 
Teaffe John J., saloon, 19 Flagg, cor. Beaver, house do. 
Teague George M., salesman, 28 Central sq., h. 72 Green 
Teamoh Charles F., boards 102 Harvard 
Teamoh Charles M., laborer, house 102 Harvard 
Teehan Frederick W., expressman, boards 10 South 
Teel Albert James, carpenter, bds. r. 380 North avenue 
Teel Albert S., carpenter, house rear 380 North avenue 
Teele Charles R., clerk, boards 88 Washington 



CAMBRIDGE [X] DIRECTORY. 405 

Teele Frank H., bookkeeper, Davis, comer Broadway, 
boards 88 Washington [380 North av. 

Teele Geo. E., produce (32 India whf. Market, B.), h. r. 
Teele Samuel P. (Hale, Teele & Bisbee), soap manufac- 
turer, Davis, house 88 Washington 
Temple Frederic H., student H. U., bds. 19 Winthrop 
Temple George E., butcher, boards 49 Cedar 
Temple Isaac F. B., house 19 Winthrop [Thorndike 

Temple John M., foreman of yard, 162 Broadway, h. 129 
Templeton James M., provisions, house 29 Front 
Templeton Martha, widow of John, house 42 North av. 
Tendler Maria, widow of William H., house 62 Pleasant 
Tennant John, shoemaker, house 432 Broadway 
Tenney Charles H., ice driver, boards 132 Franklin 
Tenney C. B. Mrs., house rear 354 North avenue 
Tenney Isabella B. Miss, teacher Thorndike grammar 

school, house at Winchester 
Tenney Warren E., hairdresser, 148 Harvard, boards do. 
Terry Charles, hostler, house 46 DeWolf 
Terry Edward, laborer car stable IT. R. Co., h. 4 Grant 
Terry Gaston, house 5 Fiagg street court 
Terry Geo. C, teamster Geo. G. Page & Co., h. 58 Wash. 
Terry Guilford C, watchman stable U. R. Co., b. 4 Grant 
Terry Leander, hostler, house 9 Cowperthwaite 
Terry Matthew, laborer, house 116 Columbia [house 

Teschemacher Herbert E., student H. U., rms. 21 Holyoke 
Tessier Frank, laborer Bay State Brick Co., r. 124 Spruce, 

house do. 
Thain Mary E. Miss, dressmaker 58 Thorndike, house do. 
Tharl Peter, laborer, house 125 Dublin 
Thayer Addison S., student H. U., rooms 34 Mt. Auburn 
Thayer Albert S., law student and proctor H. U., rooms 

20 Felton building 
Thayer Arnold, student H. U., rooms 45 Matthews halt 
Thayer Arthur S., tuner^M. & H. O. Co., house at Chelsea 
Thayer Benj. F., printer Univ. Press, b. 7 King place 
Thayer Cephas P., printer University Press, h. 12 Ash 
Thayer Daniel E., house 227 Broadway 
Thayer Fannie L. Miss, teacher, h. 12 Trowbridge 
Thayer Farwell J. (J. H. & J. P. Thayer & Co.), painter 
and paper hanger, 658 and 660 Main, house 22 Put- 
nam avenue [hall 
Thayer Frederic W., student H. U., rooms 12 Matthews 
Thayer Henry (Henry Thayer & Co.), chemicals, 150 

Broadway, house 80 North avenue 
THAYER HENRY & CO. (Henry Thayer, Francis D. 
Hardy, jr., and John P. Putnam), mnfg. .chemists, 
150 Broadway 
Thayer James B., Royall prof, of Law H. U., h. 37 Quincy 



406 CAMBRIDGE [X] DIRECTORY. 

Thayer James H. (J. H. & J. P. Thayer & Co.), painter 
and paper hanger, 658 and 660 Main, house 14 Trow- 
bridge 
Thayer John A., student II. U., rooms 19 College house 
Thayer John A., machinist, house 7 King place 
THAYER J. H. & J. P. & CO. (James H. and Farwell 
J. Thayer), house, sign and fancy painters, and paper 
hangers, 658 and 660 Main [bridge 

Thayer Martha A., widow of Joshua P., house 12 Trow- 
Thayer Nathaniel Niles, student H. IT., rooms 51 Mat- 
thews hall [Boston) 
The Blake Hose Co., 174 Broadway, office (150 Franklin, 
Theis Adam, piano action maker, house 3 Long's block, r. 

134 Broadway 
Thiery Charles L., watch case maker (309 Washington, 

B.), house Sydney, corner Chestnut 
Thiery Charles W , watch case maker (309 Washington, 

B.), boards Charles L. Thiery's, Sydney 
Thiery Wm. O., watch case maker (309 Washingion, B.), 

boards Charles L. Thiery's, Sydney 
Thiesfieldt Diedrich, cabinet maker, h. 203 Cambridge 
Tholander John, fresco painter, house rear Vine 
Thomas Abram J., mastic roofer, house 89 Brookline 
Thomas Bradford, clerk, 6 Western av., h. 55}£ Portland 
Thomas Charles G., attorney (20 Court, room 16 B.), h 

18 Appian-way 
Thomas Ellis B., carpenter, house 13 State 
Thomas Frank R., trav. salesman (9 Com'l, B.), h. 8 Dover 
Thomas George N., city missionary, house 55 Elm 
Thomas George W., painter, house 29 River 
Thomas Hannah D. Mrs., house 8 Dover 
Thomas Isaac D., variety store, 251 Broadway, h. 55 Elm 
Thomas Jacob C., carpenter, boards 13 State 
Thomas James E., student H. U., rooms 14 Ware 
Thomas Maria, widow, house 56 Washington 
Thomas Richard H., laborer, house 45 Hastings 
Thomas Washington Butcher, student H. U., rooms 1 

Dolton's block, 428 Harvard 
Thomas William E., trav. agent, 624 Main, h. 104 Austin 
Thomas Zephaniah H., jr., house 734 Main 
Thompson Alfred J., at R. C. Co., 10 Arrow, house 16 
Hayes court [163 do. 

Thompson Arthur F., apothecary, 161 Cambridge, house 
Thompson Carrie Miss, house 100 Columbia 
Thompson Chas. A. W., clerk (26 Washington, B.), bds. 

41 Western avenue 
Thompson Charles H., driver U. R. Co., h. 419 Cambridge 
Thompson Chas. W., clerk (40 Winter, B.), b. 43 Charles 
Thompson Edgar R., expressman, bds. 36 Hancock 



CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 407 

Thompson Edward EL, clerk registry of deeds, Court 

House (E. Camb.), house 36 Hancock 
Thompson Edward T., house 36 Hancock 
Thompson Ella M., copyist, Court House, b. 36 Hancock 
Thompson Frank H., furniture mover, h. rear 122 Auburn 
Thompson Freeman, carpet beater, 3 River, house do. 
Thompson George A., clerk, 908 Main, rms. 54 Mt. Auburn 
Thompson Henry, carrier, house 15 Reed 
Thompson Jacob, furniture finisher, house r. 57 Sixth 
Thompson James B., porter B. & A. R. R., house 10 Mag- 
azine court 
Thompson Job B., clerk (P. O., B.), house 6 Elmer 
Thompson John, salesman N. E. Glass Co., h. at Somer- 

ville 
Thompson John A., house Rogers block, Brewery 
Thompson John D., machinist and relief engineer C. F. 

D., house 138 Green 
Thompson John K., case maker, house 86 Moore 
Thompson Joseph, waiter, house 28 Union 
Thompson Joseph, marble worker, house 24 Watson 
Thompson Lewis H., clerk (P. O., B.), house 6 Elmer 
Thompson Lewis W., teamster, house 219 Plymouth 
Thompson Louisa L., widow of Wm. V., house 140 Otis 
Thompson Margaret, widow of Charles, h, 43 Charles 
Thompson Mary A. Miss, copyist, Court House, b. 140 Otis 
Thompson Robert, case maker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Thompson Samuel A., waiter Memorial hall 
Thompson Sarah Miss, house 100 Columbia 
Thompson William A., engineer House of Correction, h. 

144^ Spring 
Thompson William S., waiter, rooms 41 Market 
Thompson William V., conveyancer (19 Court, B.), h. 

140 Otis 
Thomson David, house 31 Market 
Thomson David, jr., traveling agent, h. 126 Norfolk 
Thornberry Wilson, gardener, house 239 Franklin 
Thorndike Albert, student H. U., rooms 22 Garden 
Thorndike Edward, apothecary, 617 Main, corner Pros- 
pect, house 15 Brookline [22 Garden 
Thorndike S. Lothrop, lawyer (2 Pemberton sq., B.), h. 
Thornton Daniel F., oil finisher (27 Sudbury, B.), house 

116 Fourth 
Thornton James, laborer, house 55 Washington 
Thornton Robert, stationery peddler, house 73 Charles, 

corner Fifth 
Thornton Thomas A. Mrs., house 34 Warren 
Thorogood John G., foreman press room Riverside Press, 
house 103 Allston [Putnam av. 

Thorogood Peter J., printer Riverside Press, house 102 



408 CAMBRIDGE [T] DIRECTORY. 

Thorogood Peter M., carpenter, h. 1 Sands, n. Putnam av. 
Thorp Joseph G., student H. IT., rooms 12 Gray's hall 
Thorp Olof, wood turner (B.), house 55 Winsor 
Thorpe Elliot G., clerk (32 Bromfield, B.), h. 15 Walden 
Thorson Charlotte Mrs , house 249 Broadway 
Thorson Robert W., cigar maker, house 249 Broadway 
Thresher Alanson A., clerk (67 Summer, K.), b. 45 Essex 
Thresher George P., boot and shoe dealer, 71 Austin, b. do. 
Thresher James M., dentist (132 Court, B.), h. 71 Austin 
Thresher Lewis B., car builder, house 45 Essex 
Thulin Fredericka Miss, clerk, 424 Harvard, b. at Boston 
Thurston Abel L., asst. supt. Cambridge cemetery, house 
22 Lowell [32 do. 

Thurston Charles F. (Thurston, Hall & Co.), 33 Elm, h. 
Thurston Daniel H. (Thurston, Hall & Co.), cracker 

bakery, 33 Elm, h. 179 Harvard 
Thurston George A., builder, house 19 Irving 
Thurston George A., jr., clerk, 426 Harvard, bds. 19 Irving 
THURSTON, HALL & CO. (Dan. H. Thurston, Jas. 
H. Hall, Chas. F. Thurston and Jas. E. Hall), crack- 
er bakery, 31 and 33 Elm (48 Long wharf and 8 
Court square, B.) 
Thurston Henry W., foreman American Net and Twine 

Co., Third, h. 77 Third 
THURSTON JAMES M, treasurer Cambridge Savings 

Bank, 2 Harvard row, h. 23 Mellen 
Thurston John C, bookkeeper W. T. Richardson, house 

467 Broadway 
Thurston John E., driver Thurston, Hall & Co.,b. 32 Elm 
Thurston John H., bookkeeper Charles W. Sever, boards 

467 Broadway 
Thurston Lewis A., boards 22 Lowell 
Thurston Nathaniel L., teamster, house 43 Seventh 
Thwing Gardner H., house 119 Franklin 
Thwing James, wheelwright, 101 Green, house 103 do. 
Thwing James H., provisions, house 105 Green 
Tibbetts Charles E., ice dealer, 5 Walden, house 14 West- 
ford, cor. Coggswell av. 
Tibbetts George F., baker, 180 North avenue, corner Al- 
len, h. Elm, 2d north of Beech [B.), h. 28 Erie 
Tibbetts George H., proprietor Centre House (84 Friend, 
Tick Robert, laborer, bds. R. P. Walsh's, Fresh Pond lane 
Tidd Martha R., widow of Paschal P., h. 14 Park 
Tierell Horace, gardener, house 131 Pleasant 
Tiernan Thomas C, roofer, house 105 Fourth 
Tierney Michael, laborer, house rear 29 Bolton 
Tierney Patrick T., printer, house 45 Franklin 
Tierney William, carpenter, boards rear 29 Bolton 
Tiffany Homer, salesman, boards 17 River 



CAMBRIDGE [T] DIRECTORY. 409 

Tiffany Walter C, student H. U., rms. 44 Holyoke house 
Tilden Almira E., widow of Eustis, boarding-house, 99 

Mt. Auburn 
Tilden Marmaduke, student H. U., rooms 2 Garden 
TILTON BENJAMIN, president First National and 

Cambridgeport Savings Bank, h. 33 Prospect 
Tilton Benjamin R., house 30 Inman 
Tilton Henry N., house 33 Prospect 
Timmins John, plasterer, house 51 Amory t 
Tingey Susan, widow of Win., house 1 Jay 
Tinker Emeline E. Mrs., house 854^ Main 
Tinker John H., clerk (154 State, B.), bds. 854& Main 
Tinker Richard H., cooper, house 70 Allston 
Tirrell Nancy Miss, tailoress, rooms 80 Thorndike 
Titus Charles H., milkman, house 48 Erie 
Titus Luther A., ice man, house- 20 Howard 
Titus Mary, widow of David, house 34 Cambridge 
Tobey B. Frank, clerk (686 Washington, B.),h. 7 Spruce 
Tobey Edward S., postmaster (P. O., B.), and treasurer 
Russell mills, h. 815 Main [h. 815 Main 

Tobey Edward S., jr., postmaster's secretary (P. O., B.), 
Tobey Lucy W., widow of W. H., house 21 Antrim 
Tobey William H. A., apothecary, Inman square, 528 

Cambridge, h. at Somerville 
Tobey William' W. (Wm. W. Tobey & Co.), carpenter, 
h. Walker court, off Flagg [Walker ct. 

Tobey William W. & Co. ( Wm. W. Tobey), carpenters, 
Tobin David J., hostler, 10 Trowbridge, boards 9 West 
Tobin James, cabinet maker, house 70 Spring 
Tobin James A., bookkeeper, house 8 Union 
Tobin John, gardener, 276 Harvard, house 9 West 
Tobin Lavina Mrs., boarding house, 21 Harvard 
Tobin Maurice, laborer, house 7 Jefferson 
Tobin Michael, laborer, house 9 Willow place 
Tobin Richard, laborer, house 113 Third 
Tobin Richard F., foreman, 368 Main, and assistant en- 
gineer C. F. D., house 5 Winsor 
Tobin William, grocer, 423 Cambridge, house do. 
Tobin William, shoemaker, house 66 Norfolk 
Toby Frank, house 17 Franklin 

Todd Charles H. T., clerk (41 Court, B.), h. 34 Clark 
Todd James, book binder, house 17 Walnut court 
Todd James, laborer, house 28 Harding 
Todd Joseph J., clerk (Sub Treasury, B.), bds. 9 Dover 
Tolliver Ann R., widow of Thornton, h. r. 67 Washington 
Tolliver George, waiter Memorial hall, house, at Boston 
Tolman Mary C. Miss, house 5 Appian-way 
Toner Charles, mason, house 18 Union 
Toner James Mrs., house 49 Fifth 



410 CAMBRIDGE [T] DIRECTORY. 

Toner James A., laborer, house 120 Otis 

Toner James A., jr., clerk (5 Chauncy, B.), bds. 120 Otis 

Toner John, house 102 Brookline 

Toner Mary, widow of Barney, house 7 Vine 

Toomey Cornelius, laborer, house 4 Long's block, rear 134 

Broadway 
Toomey Dennis, laborer, house rear 96 Gore 
Toomey James, glass maker, house 65 Vine 
Toomey John, Jaborer, 624 Main, h. 224 Franklin 
Toomey John, laborer, house 2 Ninth, n. Cambridge 
Toomey Mary, widow of John, house 34 Union 
Toomey Thomas, teamster, house rear 55 Charles 
Toomey Thomas, laborer, house 196 Norfolk 
Toomey William, teamster, boards rear 55 Charles 
Tooson John, laborer, house 157 Winsor 
ToplifF Calvin H. Rev., house 63 Cherry 
Topliff Charles M., wood and coal, 4 Lopez, b. 63 Cherry 
Torrey Henry W., McLean professor of ancient and mod- 
ern history, H. U., house 20 Oxford 
Torrey William, expressman, bds. 9U Mt. Auburn 
Torry Lucy Miss, house 10 Plympton 
Torry Robert, clerk (177 State, B.), house 102 Inman 
Torry William, house 7 Bow 
Touchette Alfred, teamster, boards 193 Broadway 
Touchette Louis, carpenter, house 193 Broadway 
Touchette Louis A., furniture finisher, h. 44 Clark 
Tourtelle Sarah A., dressmaker, 54 Mt. Auburn, h. do. 
Tourtellott Elisha D., honey maker, First, rear 34 Cam- 
bridge, boards 77 Thorn dike 
Tousney Patrick, cooper, 138 Gore, boards at Chelsea 
Tower Charles B., house 3 Berkeley [Prospect 

Tower Elisha H., bookkeeper (17 Congress, B.), house 101 
Tower Elizabeth A., teacher Riverside primary school 
Tower Elizabeth B., widow of David B., h. 4 Buckingham 
Tower George B. N., civil, mechanical and consulting en- 
gineer, 402 Main, house do. 
Tower George W., machinist, house 38 Austin 
Tower Levi, bookkeeper (16 Milk, B.), h. 7 Ellsworth av. 
Tower Lizzie A. Miss, teacher Riverside primary school, 

boards 24 Follen 
Tower Luther, foreman, 139 Broadway, house 52 Winsor 
Tower Samuel G., pattern maker, house 24 Follen 
Tower Sylvester, piano key manufacturer, 139 Broadway, 

house 17 Fayette 
Tower Weston S., action maker, 624 Main, h. 51 Pine 
Towle Daniel, paper collar maker, 10 Arrow, house at 

Watertown 
Towle Daniel G., house 13 Green 
Towle Eliza, widow of Ebenezer, house 113 Pleasant 



CAMBRIDGE [T] DIRECTORY. 411 

Towle Ernest E., mason, house 36 Clark 
Towle Joshua E., officer House of Correction, bds. Thorn- 
dike, corner Third [bds. 58 Magazine 
Towle Mary E. Miss, teacher Webster grammar school, 
Towle Warren O., sawyer, 624 Main, house 17 Lawrence 
Town Fanny, widow of Samuel, h. 40 Market [naird 
Town George E., binder Riverside Bindery, h. 13 Kin- 
Town Nathan, teamster, house 14 Leighton court 
Town Walter N., cabinet maker Shaw & Applin, boards 
14 Leighton court [Broadway 
Towne Augustus, druggist (30 India, B.), house 417 
Towne Edward O., boards 78 Prospect 
Towne Ezra, boards 93 Austin 

Towne Geo. G., provisions, 125 Cambridge, h. at Boston 
Towne George H., clerk (110 North, B.;, bds. 77 Auburn 
Towne Horatio, watch maker (444 Washington, B.), h. 

78 Prospect 
Towne John, clerk, house 66 Prospect 
Towne Walter A., clerk (30 India, B.), b. 417 Broadway 
Townes Edward, house 84 Webster av. * [ington 

Townsend Augustus, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 81 Wash- 
Townsend Elbridge G., carpenter, house 8 Central place 
Townsend John J., student H. U., rooms 48 Brattle 
Townsend Joseph F., piano maker, house 8 Central place 
Townsend Robert, house 81 Washington 
Toye Dennis, blacksmith A. J. Jones, house 19 Dublin 
Toye Martin, blacksmith Henderson Bros., h. r. 52 Spruce 
Tracy Mary A., widow of Henry R., house 6 DeWolf 
Tracy James B., action maker, 624 Main, h. 100 Austin 
Tracy John, peddler, house 131 Dublin 
Tracy Martin, carpenter, boards 14 Eliot [do. 

Tracy Michael F., carpenter and builder, 21 Bowdoin, h. 
Tracy Patrick laborer, house 22 Harding, cor. Jefferson 
Tracy Thomas, teamster, house rear 11 Sparks 
Tracy Thomas F., carpenter, boards 21 Bowdoin 
Trail Charles B., student H. U., rooms 38 Matthews hall 
Train Edmund Mrs., house 99 Thorndike 
Train Edmund I. (Edmund I. Train & Co.), flour, grain, 

etc., 115 Bridge, house 99 Thorndike 
Train Edmund 1. & Co. (Edmund I. Train and John S. 

Whitacre), flour and grain, 115 to 123 Bridge 
Trainer Catharine, widow of Thomas, house 25 Bow 
Trainer Francis, painter, house 113 Elm 
Trainer James, at University Press, boards 25 Bow 
Trainholm James, hostler, 170 North av., boards do. 
Trainor Thomas T., clerk, 426 Harvard, bds. 25 Bow 
Trant James, laborer, house 132 Spruce 
Trant John, laborer, boards 132 Spruce 
Trask Charles A., salesman (42 Cornhill, B.), h. 10 Dover 



412 CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 

Trask Daniel F., engineer, boards 26 Coggswell av. 
Trask Henry P., harness maker (195 Friend, B.), house 

46 Hamilton 
Traynor John F., britania worker, house 163 Columbia 
Tread well Carrie, widow, house 180 Harvard 
Treadwell James W., bookkeeper (4 Alden court, B.), 

house 101 Washington 
Trefethen John Y., clerk, house 83 Green 
Trefethen Thomas A., tinsmith, house 157 Pleasant 
Treffry Elford E., printer J. Wilson & Son, boards 29 

Putnam avenue 
Trelegnn Newey T., blacksmith, house 18 Clay 
Trelegan Richard P., brass finisher, boards 18 Clay 
Tremaine Lawrence R., clerk (Fulton pi., B.), b. 70 Inman 
Tribble Augustus, bookkeeper (6 Oliver, B.), house 6 

Worcester [Cambridge, b. 118 Otis 

Triggs Frank J. (Gallagher '& Triggs), periodicals, 159 
Triggs Robert, tailor (Washington, B.), bds. 118 Otis 
Triggs Thomas, kerosene dealer, house 118 Otis 
Trimble Richard, student H. U., rooms 41 Beck hall 
Trimble Walter, student H. U., rooms 41 Beck hall 
Trotille J. N., broom maker, boards 110 Prospect 
Trouvelot George H. E., medical student, bds. 99 Garden 
Trouvelot Leopold, astronomer, house 99 Garden 
Trow Emma F. Miss, boards 18 Putnam avenue 
Trow Francis R., carpenter, house 18 Putnam avenue 
Trow Mary H. Miss, boards 18 Putnam avenue 
Trow Morrill W., carpenter, house 18 Putnam avenue 
Trowbridge John, assistant professor of physics H. U., h. 

Linnaean, near Garden [h. at Newton 

Trowbridge Win. O., supt. M. & H. O. Co., 162 Broadway, 
Troy James, tailor, house 2 Moore 

Troy Paul, driver M. J. Doyle, boards 213 Cambridge - 
True George H. (H. K. Parsons & Co.), livery stable, 198 

North av., bds. Porter's Hotel [cent pi. 

Truesdell William, sewing machines, 427 Main, h. Cres- 
Trull George G., house Lake View avenue, near Huron 
Trumbull George C, treasurer North End Savings Bank 

(57 Court, B.), house 14 Arlington 
Trumbull Nathaniel, gas fitter (24 West, B.), house 39 

Putnam av. [Brookline 

Tryon Joseph, pork, etc. (23 and 25 North, B.), h. 168 
Tubbs Austin C., student H. U., rooms 16 Story 
Tucker Betsey Mrs., house 46 Austin 
Tucker Charles B., brass molder, house 26 Union 
Tucker Charles M., iceman, house 132 Franklin 
Tucker Ebenezer Mrs., house 5 DeWolf av. 
Tucker Ebenezer (Ivers & Tucker), carriage manufactur- 
er, Church, opp. Palmer, house 5 Revere 



CAMBRIDGE [f] DIRECTORY. 413 

Tucker Edward O., iron bedstead maker, b. 52 Sydney 
Tucker Edward P., woolens (19 Franklin, B.), house 21£ 

Inraan 
Tucker Isabella F. Miss, house 46 Austin 
Tucker Joseph, laborer, house 35 Hastings 
Tucker Mary, widow of James, house 28 North 
Tucker Mary E. Miss, house 46 Austin [Medford 

Tucker Nathan, action maker M. & H. Organ Co., h. at 
Tucker Nathan, ice dealer, 132 Franklin, h.do. [av. 

Tucker William E., foreman (99 Court, B.), b. 5 DeWolf 
Tucker William T., carriage trimmer, 4 Cambridge, 

boards at Boston 
Tuckerman Bayard, student H. U., rooms 127 Mt. Auburn 
Tuckerman J. Willard, clerk (13 Chauncy, B.), house 421 

Broadway 
Tuckerman Paul, student H. U., rooms 37 Weld hall 
Tufts Albert, painter, house 179 Cambridge 
Tufts Charles, house 67 Prospect [dike 

Tufts Cora L. Miss, copyist Court House, bds. 83 Thorn- 
Tufts Eben T., 2d, painter, boards 149 Otis 
Tufts Francis PI., painter, 149 Otis, hous,e do. 
Tufts Frank H., jr., painter, boards 149 Otis 
Tufts George, lithographer Riverside Press, bds. 149 Otis 
Tufts George M., salesman (303 Washington, B.), house 

39 River 
Tufts Hiram W., foreman, 120Green, house do. 
Tufts James Arthur, student H. U., rooms 47 Brattle 
Tufts John A., mason, house 83 Thorndike 
Tufts John A. jr., upholsterer, boards 83 Thorndike 
Tufts Joseph W, conductor U. R. Co., h. 422 Cambridge 
Tufts Martha A., widow of Isaac, house 39 River 
Tufts Samuel, jr., furniture and piano mover, order box, 

7 Harvard square, house 890 Main 
Tufts Sarah, widow of Ebenezer T., house 131 Cambridge 
Tufts William W., student H. XL, house 6 Sumner 
Tuite Mary, widow of Peter C, house 15 Winter 
Tukey John D., teamster, house 25 Cambridge 
Tulley Edward, hostler IJ. R. Co., house 3 Deacon 
Tulley Patrick, hostler U. R. Co., house 3 Deacon 
Tumilty Michael, laborer, house 97 Kinnaird 
Tumility Peter, teamster, house 98 Kinnaird 
Tupper Frank M., clerk (Devonshire, corner Franklin, 

B.), boards 232 Broadway 
Tupper Frederick A., student H. IT., rooms 12 Main 
Tupper James C, carpenter, 113 Broadway, house 232 do. 
Tupper William T., watch case maker (309 Washington, 

B.), house 98 Columbia [h. do. 

Turck Daniel, hairdresser, Whitney's building, 19 Brattle, 
Turcott Frank, blacksmith, Mount Auburn, opp. Sparks, 

house 211 do. 



414 



CAMBRIDGE [f] DIRECTORY. 



Turcotte Aime, blacksmith, house 117 Spruce 
Turnbull George, carpenter, house 15 Auburn court 
Turnbull George W\, painter, boards 15 Auburn court 
Turner Alfred" T., jr., dye stuffs (104 Milk, B.), house 25 

Sacramento [Hampshire 

Turner Daniel, foreman A. K. Lissberger, First, h. 128 
Turner Dwight M. (Smith & Turner), organ tuner, 162 

Broadway, house 48 Antrim 
Turner Edward T., saloon, 147 Bridge, boards 2 Short 
Turner Edwin, salesman, 12 Cambridge, h. at Somerville 
Turner Eliza, widow, house rear 99 Sixth [av. 

Turner Frank P., iceman, h. Appleton, 2d from Concord 
Turner Harriet Mrs., house 112 Columbia 
Turner Henry C, coachman, 344 Harvard, rooms 7 West 
Turner Jeremiah C, printer John Wilson & Son, house 

Flagg, near Banks 
Turner Joshua, foreman of spring bed makers Osborn's 

mill, State, house 10 State 
Turner J. Emmons, tuner M. & H. O. Co., h. 54 Hamilton 
Turner Mary, widow of Bernard, house Squire's brick 

block, Squire's court 
Turner Peter, currier, house 41 Harvey 
Turner Thomas, laborer, house 201 Franklin 
Turpin Bradford S., student H. U., rms. 21 College house 
Turtle Owen J., student H. U., boards 4 Centre 
Tute Edward P., clerk (63 Summer, B.), bds. 108 Inman 
Tute Rensselaer, teas (4 Chatham row, B.), h. 108 Inman 
Tuttle Ann C. Mrs., house 229 North avenue 
Tuttle Calvin B., hairdresser, house 99 Mount Auburn 
Tuttle Freeman, gardener, boards 25 Tuttle [ington 

Tuttle Herbert A., clerk John Clary, East, bds. at Lex- 
Tuttle Jonas B., mason, house 36 Clark 
Tuttle Lizzie V. Miss, house 229 North avenue 
Tuttle Lydia B., widow of Moses, house 25 Tuttle 
Tuttle Mary A. Miss, house 20 Lake 
Tuttle Mary E., widow of Joseph P. S.,h. 364 Cambridge 
Tuttle Thomas, machinist, house 137 Main 
Tuttle William H., salesman (61 Pearl, B.), h. 102 Magazine 
Tweed Benjamin F., supervisor of Boston schools, office 

(Mason, B.), boards 332 Broadway 
Twickler Bernard, wheelwright, Third, opp. Gas Works, 

boards 38 Spring [av. 

Twisden John W., clerk, 25 Central sq, bds. 32 Western 
Twiss Richard, grease collector, house 196 Spruce, next 

F. R. R. crossing 
Twist William, captain police, station 2, house 38 Pearl 
Twist William H., clerk, 532 Main, house 7 Austin 
Twitchell George W., leather belting (57 Sudbury, B.), 

house 23 Bigelow 



CAMBRIDGE ["[J] DIRECTORY. 415 

Twohig Dennis, mason, house rear 20 Foster 
Twohig John, gardener, house r. 20 Foster, near Sparks 
Twombley William G., student H. U., rms. 9 Little's blk. 
Twombly Arthur W., machinist B. & L. R. R. shop, 

Bridge, house at Charlestown 
Twombly Fred M., foreman B. & L. R. R. shop, Bridge, 

house at Charlestown 
Tyler Albert, clerk, 16 Harvard, boards do. 
Tyler Asa, boot maker (21 Cornhill, B.), house 28 Sixth 
Tyler Daniel G. (E. & F. King & Co.), paints, etc. (26 

India, B.), house Highland avenue, near Broadway 
Tyler Frank C., teamster, house 119 Winsor 
Tyler Frank H., painter, boards rear 105 Spring 
Tyler George W., boards 12 Mason 
Tyler Helen M. Mrs., house 12 Mason 
Tyler Henry M., policeman, station 1, house Avon place 
Tyler John F., law student L. Marrett, Cambridge, cor. 

Second, rooms 13 Shepard 
Tyler John M., coal (76 State, B.), house 13 Shepard 
Tyler Joseph H., register of probate and insolvency, office 

Court House, East Cambridge, h. at Winchester 
Tyler William F., wood turner, house 22 Harvard 
Tyne Dennis, gardener at Middlesex bleachery pump 

works, Sacramento, house at Somerville 
Tynes Timothy, caterer, house 166 Hampshire 
Tyng James A., boards 3 Mason [bds. 3 Mason 

Tyng Theodosius S., pastor St. James Episcopal church, 
Tyrell Mary, widow, house 10 Railroad 

UHRIG JOSEPH, proprietor Prospect House, 596 Main, 
house do. [127 Thorndike 

Ulmer George, foreman of coopers J. P. Squire & Co., h. 

Ultsch John B., foreman, 188 Broadway, house 182 do. 

Umbehend Amos, saloon, 514 Main, house do. 

Umbehend John, varnisher, boards 167 Thorndike 

Umberhand Frederick, brush maker, house 158 Otis 

Underhill Charles W., bookkeeper Woodbury & Co., h. 
at Boston 

Underhill William H., foreman Boston Star Collar Co., 
206 Hampshire, house rear 152 Prospect 

Underwood Nathan, milkman, house 34 Magazine 

Underwood Peter, salesman (139 Portland, B.), house 9 
Westford, next Walden 

Union Railway Co., James W. Emery, pres., Frederick T. 
Stevens, secretary and treasurer, office Harvard sq. 

University Press, Welch, Bigelow & Co., printers and 
publishers, Brattle square 

Upham Catherine Miss, house 17 Kirkland 

UPHAM HARRY T., clerk Cambridge Mutual Fire In- 
surance Co., 555 Main, boards 2 Lamson place 



416 CAMBRIDGE [Y] DIRECTORY. 

Upham Henry, student H. U., rooms 5 Linden 

Upham Thomas, house 18 Irving 

Upham Thomas A., mechanician (17 Harvard pi., B.), h. 

2 Lamson place 
Upton Eugene C, student H. U., rooms 87 Norfolk 
Upton Winslow, asst. Harvard College Observatory, b. do. 
Usher Samuel, printer (State, B.), bds. L. B. Hapgood's, 

Walnut avenue 
Usher William P., compositor, house 11 Hancock 

VALENCIA JACOB, cigar maker, house 9 Watson 

Valentine Carrie, widow, house %0% Green 

Valentine James A., sexton (12th Baptist church, B.), h. 

7 West [h. 30 Holyoke 

Valentine Jones, clerk W. T. Richardson, College wharf, 
Valentine Samuel W., house 8£ Wallace 
Valentine Wm. Samuel, waiter, house 57 Harvard 
Valiquet Joseph D., clerk, 5 Brattle, h. 4 Symonds block, 

DeWolf . [Putnam av. 

Vallee Alphonso C, book binder Riverside Press, bds. 87 
Vallely Arthur L., iron roller, boards 22 Porter 
Vallely Arthur T., laborer, house 22 Porter 
Vallely John P., currier, boards 22 Porter 
Vallely Peter B., laborer, 69 Main, h. 3 Pioneer avenue 
Van Brunt Henry, architect (2 Pemberton sq., B.), house 

175 Brattle 
Van Buren Martin, student H. U., rooms 48 Brattle 
Vance Joseph S., salesman, house 49 River 
Van DeGrift Louis C, law student H. U., rooms 471 

Broadway 
Vanderford John H., clerk, 559 Main, boards do. 
Vandervoort John E., ornamenter, house 75 Magazine 
Van de Sande Daniel F. G., physician, house 13 Dover 
Vandine Henry, house 15 Plymouth 
Van Duzee Orville W., iron molder, house 79 Hastings 
Van Putten John, cabinet maker F.Geldowsky, h. 160 Otis 
Van Rees Nicholas, sand paperer, house 160 Otis 
Van Rensselaer Wm. B., student H. U., rms. 31 Beck hall 
Van Schaick Harry S., student H. U., rooms 17 Kirkland 
Van Slyck Henry S., student H.U., rms. 24 Matthews hall 
Van Stry Augustus, cabinet maker, house 23 Sydney 
Van Stry Augustus, jr., carver, boards 23 Sydney 
Van Ummerson William, cabinet maker, h. 179 Bridge 
Varnum William H., boots and shoes (529 Washington, 

B.)> boards 7 Roseland 
Vaughan A. Abbot, oils (42 India, B.), h. 21 Berkeley 
Vaughan Benj., com. mer. (42 India, B.), h. 24 Concord av. 
Vaughan Charles, house 21 Berkeley 
Vaughan Charles E., overseer of poor and physician, 8 

Garden, house do. 



CAMBRIDGE [V] DIRECTORY. 417 

Vaughan Francis W., librarian Social Law Library (14 

Court House, B.), boards 21 Berkeley 
Vaughan William M., house 2 Craigie [2 Craigie 

Vaughan William W., lawyer (53 Tremont, B.), boards 
Vaughn John, tailor (15 Cambridge, B.), h. 99 Norfolk 
Vaupel Louis F., glass engraver, house 109 Thorndike 
Venables Edwin, traveling agent, house 63 Clark 
Venables George, laborer, house 189 Franklin 
Venner Henry, case maker Mason & Hamlin Organ Co. 
Venner John T., fly finisher M. & H. O. Co., h. 12 Union 
Venner Wm., casemaker M. & H. O. Co., h. 99 Washing- 
ton 
Venter Charles E., jeweler (41 Hanover, B.), house 2, 

rear 41 Norfolk 
Venter John E., furrier (16 Milk, B.), house 55 Moore 
Verity John S., agent Gaff, Fleischmann & Co., compress- 
ed yeast, 8 Broadway, house do. 
Verkampen Arnold, copper smith (Bowker, B.), h. 176 

Thorn dike 
Verrier Hilaire, brickmaker, house 102 Spruce 
Vialle Samuel S., house Mt. Pleasant 
Vickers George H., brass finisher, house 1 Moore 
Vickery Herman Frank, student H. U., rooms 20 Col- 
lege house 
Victory John, stucco worker, h. 6 Rogers block, Main 
Vigneron Dominic, glass cutter, boards 83 Fifth 
Vigneron John, glass cutter, house 83 Fifth 
Vinai Albert (67 Sears bldg, B.), house 325 Harvard 
Vinal Charles A., shoe manufacturers goods (45 High, 

B.), boards 325 Harvard 
Vining Caroline M. Mrs., house 17 Austin 
Vinto J. H., organ maker, house 5 Rogers block, Main 
Vinton Chas. Henry, student H. XL, rms. 140 North av. 
Vinton George, house 14 Worcester 
Vinton Sarah A„ teacher Allston grammar school 
Vira Joseph, painter, boards 1 Riverside place 
Virgin Nancy K. Mrs., h. Sacramento place, 2d on left 
Vocell Theodore, carriage maker, house Crescent, third 

on right from Oxford 
Vogel Augustus, currier, boards 70 Sacramento 
Vogel William, currier, house 70 Sacramento [dike 

Vogl Adolph, clerk (1287 Washington, B.), h. 81 Thorn- 
Voit Win., delivery clerk, 186 Cambridge, h. r. 175 Bridge 
Volk Henry, currier, house 372 North avenue 
Vollintine Sally, widow of Thomas, house 10 Upton 
Vollintine Thomas, clerk, boards 10 Upton 
Von Bretton Eliza Miss, boards 42 Brattle 
Voye William, laborer, boards 7 Holly 
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418 CAMBRIDGE ["^] DIRECTORY. 

WADDEN MATTHEW, cooper, house 125 Hampshire 
Wade Asa, flour inspector (186 State, B.), house 301 

Broadway 
Wade Henry F., bookkeeper (186 State, B.), h. 6 Tremont 
Wade J. Augustine, supt. Cambridgeport Diary Co., 105 

Magazine, house 16 Forest [Walden 

Wade Nathaniel, law student (34 Sears bldg., B.), b. 17 
Wade Rufhs R., postmaster E. Cambridge P. O., 98 Cam- 
bridge, house 71 Thorndike [44 Langdon 
Wadsworth M. Edward, instructor in geology, H. U., h. 
Waid Harriet C. Miss (Kenison & Waid), millinery, etc., 

531 Main, house do. [Spring 

Wain Thomas, boiler maker B. & L. R. R. shop, h. 71 
Wait Charles H., house 72 Green 
Wait John B., grocer, 345 Cambridge, house do. 
Wait John L., machinist (B.), house 67 Vine 
Waite Diana, widow of Reuben, house 10 Somerset 
Waite Edward 0., photographer, bds. 32 Western av. 
Waitt Andrew S., supt. College buildings, house 18 Ash 
WA1TT FREEMAN C, express, 195 Broadway, and 

(119 Court, B.), house 35 Cottage [25 Tuttle 

Waitt Sarah B. Miss, teacher Dunster primary school, b. 
Wakefield Alley T., student II. U., boards 842 Main 
Wakefield Daniel K., baker (55 Causeway, B.) s house 74 
Washington [B.), h. 842 Main 

Wakefield Enoch H., real estate broker (209 Washington, 
Wakefield Enoch H., jr., clerk E. R. R. (Causeway, B.), 

boards 842 Main 
Wakefield James H., carpenter, house 2 Elmer 
Walcott Chas. F., lawyer (39 Court, room 5, B.), house 85 

Sparks, near Vassal lane 
Walcott Henry P., physician, 11 Waterhouse, house do. 
Waldo Leonard, assistant in Cambridge Observatory, 

house 8 Madison [Austin 

Waldron John Q. A., bookkeeper (29 Com'l B.j, h. 55 
Waldron William, cooper, boards 40 Brookline 
Waldron William H., cooper, boards 75 Pearl 
Wales Helen A. Mrs., dressmaker, house 40 Sacramento 
Walker Albert J., tuner M. & H. Organ Co., h. at Salem 
Walker Albert L., clerk (543 Washington, B.), boards 59 

Fifth 
Walker Alice M., widow of George, house 49 Hamilton 
Walker Augustine E., civil engineer, boards 16 Wendell 
Walker Bryant, gardener, house 54 Brattle 
Walker Charles, clerk (B.), boards 132 Bridge 
Walker Charles, superintendent Riverside Press, house 

Western avenue, corner Kinnaird 
Walker Charles E., teamster Burrage Brothers, bds. 41 

Columbia 



CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 419 

Walker Charles T., auctioneer (8 and 10 East, B.), house 

293 Harvard [Boston 

Walker Henry A., gas fitter, 12 Harvard row, boards at 

Walker Henry O. (41 South Market, B.), boards 31 

Western avenue 
Walker John, book binder, house 41 Columbia 
Walker John E., printer Riverside Press, boards 1 Sands 
Walker John H., book binder, house 37 Columbia 
Walker John H., driver steam fire engine 2, h. 429 Main 
Walker John W., builder, house 1 Sands 
Walker John W., route agent F. R. R., house 35 Pleasant 
Walker Joseph H. Mrs., house 16 Wendell 
Walker Marcellus, boots and shoes (28 High, B.), house 

289 Harvard 
Walker Margaret Mrs., boarding house, 132 Bridge 
Walker Nicholas M., carpenter, house 16 Elmer 
Walker N. W., student H. U., rooms 14 Ware 
Walker Parker L., regulator M. & H. O. Co., h. at Salem 
Walker Richard, gardener, house 255 Mount Auburn 
Walker Samuel, tailor, 49 Cambridge, house 53 do. 
Walker Thomas O., stationery (No. 2 A. Hamilton place, 

B.), house 31 Western avenue 
Walker Weston W., grocer, 621 Main, house 55 Green 
Walker William, foreman (169 Devonshire, B.), boards 41 
Columbia [Cambridge 

Walker William C, coffin maker, h. 162 Prospect, n. 
Walkling Frederick L., die maker, h. rear 162 Cambridge 
Wall Charlotte, widow of Edmund, house 12 Brewer 
Wall Jeremiah, waiter, house 9 Rogers block, Main 
Wall Joseph, tinsmith, boards 41 Blackstone 
Wall William, carriage smith, house 36 Harvard 
Wallace Charles D., clerk, boards 11 Kinnaird 
Wallace Frederick G., clerk 11 Brattle, boards 31 Ash 
Wallace Henry, laborer, house 102 Main 
Wallace Jane A., widow, house 54 Hastings 
Wallace John, laborer, house 22 North 
Wallace Martha A., widow of James P., jr., house 31 Ash 
Wallace Matthew, carpenter, house 19 Fifth 
Wallace Richard, teamster, house 52 Clark 
Wallace Sophia, widow, house 174 Cambridge 
Wallace Thomas G., box maker, boards 54 Hastings 
Wallace William E., car builder, boards 33 Hews 
Waller John A., hairdresser, 128 Cambridge, h. 49 Fourth 
Walling Henry F., topographical engineer and map pub- 
lisher (102 Chauncy, B.), house 98 Trowbridge 
Wallner Eugene, music teacher, boards 69 Brattle 
Wallstein John, butcher, boards 141 Gore 
Walp Abram, in Boston Rolling Mill, house Rolling Mill 
block, Bristol 



420 CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 

Walsh Anna, widow of Walter, house 33 Carson 

Walsh Daniel, tinsmith (Fulton, B.), house 33 Carson 

Walsh Edmund, physician, house 145 Cambridge 

Walsh Edward, gardener, house 5 Madison [ville 

Walsh Edwin, shoemaker, 240 Cambridge, bds. at Somer- 

Walsh Florence, gardener, house 16 Brown 

Walsh Florence H., marble worker, house 133 Winsor 

Walsh Henry E., lumber surveyor, house 96 Spring 

Walsh James, liquors, 10 Broadway, house do. 

Walsh John, boiler maker B. L. & N. R. R., h. 75 Third 

Walsh Michael, laborer, boards R. P. Walsh's, Fresh 

Pond lane 
Walsh Michael, laborer, house 65 Elm 
Walsh Michael, foreman A. McDonald, house McDonald 
Walsh Nellie C. Miss, teacher Otis .primary school, boards 

75 Third 
Walsh Nicholas R., boards 75 Third 
Walsh Patrick T., grocer, 49 Reed, house do. 
Walsh Richard, laborer, house 132 Webster avenue 
Walsh Richard P., gardener J. C. Gray, house Fresh 

Pond lane 
Walsh Thomas, packer (38 Avon, B.), house 150 Charles 
Walsh, see Welch, Welsh and Weltch 
Walters Richard, laborer, house 36 Washington 
Walton Daniel G., county commissioner, Court House, 

East Cambridge, house at Wakefield 
Walton Harriet L. Mrs., house 26 Mount Auburn 
Walton Nathan S., boards 26 Mount Auburn 
Walton Milton L, treasurer North Avenue Savings 

Bank, 173 North avenue, house Avon place 
Walworth John D., machinist, 368 Main, house 42 Austin 
WALWORTH MANUFACTURING CO., 368 Main, 

office (69 Kilby, B.) 
Wand David Martin, laborer, house Dublin, 2d from 

Wyatt's brick yard [sq. 

Wanzer Wallace, conductor U. R. Co., rms. 5 Harvard 
Ward Alfred, house 3 Fifth 

Ward Andrew A., provisions (14 F. H. sq., B.),h. 51 Erie 
Ward Andrew W., blacksmith Francis Ivers, house at 

Waltham 
Ward Arthur, 80 Pleasant, house 40 Erie 
Ward Bernard, baker, house 66 Hastings 
Ward Charles H., boots and shoes (35 and 37 High, B.), 

boards 354 Harvard 
Ward Charles H., broker (26 Congress square, B.), 

house 34 Putnam avenue 
Ward Edward, cigar maker, 16 Willow place, house do. , 
Ward Edward A., house 71 Dana 
Ward Edward W., teamster 69 Main, boards 141 Elm 



CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 421 

Ward Emily, widow of William, house 48 Spring 
Ward Francis, shipper Reversible Collar Co., 10 Arrow 

house 7 Cowperthwaite 
Ward George C, student H. U., rooms 49 Linnsean 
Ward George M., student H. U., rooms 13 Weld hall 
Ward Hannah M., widow, house 141 Elm 
Ward Helen J. Mrs., private school 780 Main, h. do. 
Ward Helen M., teacher Harvard primary school 
Ward Henry L., provisions, River, house 50 Hamilton 
Ward Joanna, widow of Patrick, house 89 Gore 
Ward John, agent, house rear 452 Cambridge 
Ward John, laborer, house 179 Dublin 
Ward John, watchman J. P. Squire & Co., house rear 

Ninth, near Otis 
Ward John E., laboreu, house 46 Hastings 
Ward John F., inspector of Gas Co., h. 12 Appian-way 
Ward John H., restaurant, 13 Brattle, h. 4 Nichols place 
Ward Mary A., widow of Joshua F., h. 121 Magazine 
Ward Lyman H., clerk, 45 Pleasant 

Ward Mary A. Mrs., dry goods, 146 Harvard, h. 68 Hast- 
ings 
Ward Richard, house 49 Linnsean 
Ward Robert, weaver, house 84 Spring 
Ward Roland M., carpenter, house 65 Elm 
Ward Samuel, house 47 Western avenue 
Ward Samuel, jr., carriage painter, 244 Main, h. 20 Jay 
Ward Samuel L., paper hangings (53 Union, B.),house 26 

Prospect 
Ward Thomas, laboror, house 18 Hunting 
Ward Thomas M., weaver, boards 84 Spring 
Ward William, gardener Hovey & Co., h. 198 Hampshire 
Ward William F., house 121 Magazine [3 Auburn pi. 
Ward William H., pressman Welch, Bigelow & Co., h. 
Ward Winthrop A., carriage manufr., 244 and 246 Main, 

house 69 Magazine 
Ward W. Austin, salesman, 244 Main, bds. 69 Magazine 
Wardell William J., tinsmith Dover Stamping Co., bds. 

rear. 1 Magazine court 
Warden Henry P., student H. U., rooms 15 Thayer hall 
Wardwell Sarah J. Mrs., rooms 21 North avenue 
Wardwell Walter C, student, boards 21 North avenue 
Ware Charles, student H. U., rms. 15 Holworthy hall 
Ware Charles P., instructor in English H. U., house at 

Brookline 
Ware Edgar V., clerk 591 Main, house 12 Essex 
Ware Edward J., student H. U., rooms 35 Holyoke house 
Ware Emily Miss, asst. matron Alms House, boards do. 
Ware Frank M., student H. U., rooms 27 Weld hall 
Ware Gilford A., house 1 Pond place 



422 CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 

Ware Henry, at public library (B.), house 8 Berkeley 
Ware Louisa L. Miss, house 8 Berkeley 
Ware Mary H. Miss, house 8 Berkeley 
Ware Patrick, house 519 Cambridge 
Ware Wesley, organ maker, 624 Main, h. 32 Columbia 
Ware William F., shoemaker, 519 Cambridge, house do. 
Warfield Harriet E. Miss, teacher, house 110 Magazine 
Warfield Henry, proof-reader, house 110 Magazine 
Wark William, passepartout maker, h. 182 Harvard 
Warland Edward M., bookkeeper (42 India, B.), house 11 

Felton, next Cambridge [Warland's, Felton 

Warland Emily P., copyist, Court House, boards E. M. 
Warland Wm. Rev., house 81 Bi'attle 
Warner Caleb H., vice-president National Bank of Com- 
merce (9 Sears building, B.), boards 794 Main 
Warner George J., teamster, house 43 Fairmont 
Warner Joseph B., lawyer (4 Exchange place, B.), house 

30 Concord avenue, corner Craigie 
Warner J. Blain, collector, 563 Main, bds. 34 Austin 
Warner William H., teamster, house rear 37 Union 
Warner William P., clerk (178 Devonshire, B.), boards 

791 Main [Auburn 

Warner , printer John Wilson & Son, rooms 53 Mt. 

Warnick Catherine, widow of William, house 32 Fourth 
Warnick Wm. A., fireman B. <fc L. R. R., h. 32 Fourth 
Warnock James, foreman house 6 Cherry 
Warnock Jane, widow of Wm. S., house rear 23 Fifth 
Warnock Wm., groceries and provisions, 77 Pearl, h. do. 
Warnock Wm. H., bookkeeper (38 Pearl, B.), house rear 

23 Fifth 
Warren Alfred D., music teacher, boards 104 Pearl 
Warren A. H. H., bookbinder 7 Brattle, h. 81|- Putnam av. 
Warren Charles E., express driver, boards 13 Suffolk 
WARREN GEORGE K.. photographer, 563 Main, and 

(465 Washington, B.), house 11 Norfolk 
Warren Henry C, student H. U., rooms 6 Beck hall 
Warren James, gate tender B. & M. R. R., h. 59 North 
Warren John, teamster, house 16 Cambridge ' • 
Warren John, laborer, house Foster, near Sparks 
Warren John B., photographer, house 11 Norfolk 
W T arren John Sam'l, student H. IT., rms. 44 Mt. Auburn 
Warren Rufus, boots and shoes (164 Congress, B.), house 

688 Main 
Warren Samuel D., law student H. IT., rooms 19 Hilliard 
Warren Thomas (Warren & Roy), grocer, 32 Hastings, 

house do. 
Warren Timothy, laborer, house 59 North 
Warren William, cabinet maker, house rear 56 Franklin 
Warren William F. Rev., house 343^ Broadway 



CAMBRIDGE [\\T] DIRECTORY. 423 

Warren Wm. T., confectioner (Brighton), b. 57 Pleasant 
Warren & Roy (Thomas Warren & Robert Roy), grocer- 
ies and provisions, 32 Hastings [cy 
Washburn Alfred F., law student (Germany), h. 28 Quin- 
Washburn Edgar, student, boards 123 Inrnan 
Washburn Elizabeth B., nurse, boards 105 Inman 
Washburn Emory Mrs., house 28 Quincy 
Washburn Frank B., student H. XL, rooms 31 Lee 
Wason Robert B., grocer (61 Chatham, B.), boards 7 

Walnut avenue [Mt. Auburn 

Wass Robert H., insurance (24 Exchange pi., B.), h. 64 
Waterman Emma Mrs., house 90 Washington 
Waterman Henry J., boards 7 Suffolk 
Waterman Isabella Mrs., house 7 Suffolk 
Waterman James H., book binder Riverside Bindery, h. 

2 Creek [last on left 

Waters Eliza M., widow of Henry C, h. Sacramento pi., 
Waters Ernest TJ., student H. U., rooms 30 College house 
Waters Henry S., laborer, house foot Coggswell avenue 
Waters Isaac G., picture stock (10 Canal, B.), house 9 

Lambert avenue 
Waters Mary, widow of Michael, house 38 Winthrop 
Waters Patrick, laborer, house rear 202 Bridge [throp 
Waters Patrick J., printer University Press, bds. 38 Win- 
Waters Thomas, laborer, house 5 Broadway 
Watkins Ira, flagman, house Waverly, cor. Putnam av. 
Watriss A. Whiting (Fuller & Watriss), hard ware etc., 

605 Main, house 4 Prospect 
Watriss Sarah W., widow of Oliver W., house 4 Prospect 
Watson Alexander, teamster, house 80 Brighton 
Watson Benj. M., instructor in Horticulture H. U., house 

at Jamaica Plain 
Watson James, mailing clerk Riverside Press, house 13 

Hancock 
Watson John C, stock broker (60 Devonshire, room 2>£, 

B.), house 15 Wallace, near Garden 
Watson Julia Miss, boards 25 Church 
Watson Lewis W., carriage painter, bds. r. 101 Tremont 
Watson Maria M., widow, house 438 Main 
Watson Richard, carver F. Geldowsky, bds. at Boston 
Watson Robert, teamster, house 78 Brighton 
Watson Rosina C, widow of Justus D., h. 39 Pleasant 
Watson Sereno, curator of the Herbarium Botanic Garden 

H. U., house 56 Shepard 
Watson Wm., conductor U. R. Co., rooms 7 Revere 
Watson Wm. M., law student H. U., bds. 33 Bigelow 
Watson William W., carpenter, house r. 101 Tremont 
Watts Frederick J., boards 31 Bow 
Watts Lizzie M. Miss, house 115 Spring 



424 CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 

Watts Mary E., widow of Robert H., house 31 Bow 
Waugh Charles (VV. A. Waugh & Co.), carriage smith, 

442 and 444 Main, house 26 Hamilton 
Waugh John H., butcher, house 39 Tremont 
Waugh William A. (W. A. Waugh & Co.), carriage smith, 

442 and 444 Main, house 122 Pearl 
Waugh Wm. A. & Co. (William A. and Charles Waugh), 

carriage smiths, 442 and 444 Main 
Wanghan Michael, laborer, house 23 Bolton 
Weaver Susan R., widow of Wm. II., h. 255 Broadway- 
Weaver William J., carpenter, h. 9 Roger's blk., Main 
Webb Abbie M. Miss, teacher Washington grammar 

school, boards 15^ Wallace 
Webb Elizabeth, widow of John W., house 19 Brewery- 
Webb Henry R., student H. U., rooms 1 Holworthy hall 
Webb James, waiter Memorial hall, rms. 77 Mt. Auburn 
Webb Marianne M., teacher Holmes primary school, bds. 

15K Wallace • 

Webb Michael, house 15)^ Wallace 

Webb Sarah Miss, boarding house, 7 Rockwell [ney 

Webb Wm. W., carriage rnnfr., 27 and 29 Cedar, h. 4 Ten- 
Webber Aaron D., boards 87 Norfolk 
Webber A. Carter physician, 771 Main, house do. # 

Webber Charles E., teamster, house 10 Holly 
Webber Edwin F., tuner M. & H. O. Co., h. 59 Essex 
Webber Frank O., physician, house 1 Pleasant 
Webber Fred. W., medical student H. U., h. 771 Main 
Webber Harrison, roofer, house 7 Pleasant place 
Webber Henry, confectionery, 503 Main, house at Boston 
Webber Hollis, teamster, 203 Bridge, h. at Somerville 
Webber John H., architect, etc., 608 Main, h. 26 Brookline 
Webber Oliver H., apothecary, 591 Main, h. 8 Warland 
Webber Sarah B. Mrs., house foot BMsbie place 
Webber William A., tuner M. & H. O. Co., h. at Medford 
Weber Anslem, boot maker, 212 Cambridge, house do. 
Weber George, lager beer saloon, 214 Cambridge, h. do. 
Weber Henry, boots and shoes, 80 Pleasant, house 77 do. 
Webster Francis B., house 20 Maple avenue 
Webster John M., waiter Memorial hall, house 77 Elm 
Webster Nathan, house 9 Sumner 

Webster Nathan, brass finisher, house 12 Tufts [do. 

WEBSTER THEODORE B., carpenter, 46 Second, h. 
Webster William F., cement, 247 Main, h. 225 Putnam av. 
Weeks Elizabeth, wid. of Frederick A., nurse, h. 18 Lake 
Weeks Fannie S. Mrs., boards 324 Harvard 
Weeks Frank E., printer (B.), boards 13 Rockwell 
Weeks George G., book binder, boards 13 Rockwell 
Weeks Lavinia H. Mrs., house 24 Wendell 
Weeks Mary E., widow of Emmet, house 13 Rockwell 



CAMBRIDGE ["W] DIRECTORY. 425 

Weeks William, express messenger (40 Court, B.), house 

42 Union 
Wegeler Joseph F., cabinet maker, house 214 Cambridge 
Wehiiy Florence, book binder, house 57 Fairmont 
Weiand Joseph, varnisher M. & H. Organ Co., h. 122 A., 

Spring 
Weimer Albert B., student H. U., rms. 45 Holyoke house 
Weinhold Henry, wood turner, house 39 Charles 
Weinschenk Gustave, printer University Press, h. 1 Revere 
Weir Benjamin, organ tuner, house 1 Ashburton place 
Weisse Henry, cabinet maker, boards 109 Gore 
Weitze Gustave, sausage maker R. Weitze, bds. Eighth, 
corner Spring [co* Spring 

Weitze Paul, clerk R. Weitze, 186 Cambridge, b. Eighth, 
WEITZE ROBERT, sausage maker, Thorndike, corner 
Eighth, provisions, 186 Cambridge, house Spring, cor. 
Eighth 
Welch Barney, laborer, boards 115 Pleasant 
Welch Benjamin S., express agent (B. L. & N". R. R. 

depot, B.), house 44 Brookline 
Welch Bernard, laborer Revere Sugar Refinery, h. 7 Water 
Welch, Bigelow & Co. (M. T. Bigelow), proprs. Univer- 
sity Press, printers, electrotypers, and stereotype rs, 
Brattle square 
Welch Charles P., house rear 108 Elm 
Welch Daniel, junk, boards rear 56 Charles 
Welch Daniel, laborer, house 71 Gore 
Welch Daniel, laborer,' house 30 Hunting 
Welch Daniel, brakeraan B. & L. R. R., bds. 32 Fourth 
Welch Daniel J., currier, house 157 Franklin 
Welch David, laborer, house 15 McCabe 
Welch David G., painter, boards 123 Western avenue 
Welch Edward, plasterer, house 131 Dublin 
Welch Edward, house 41 Union 

Welch Elizabeth, widow of David, h. 123 Webster av. 
Welch E. Baker, telegraph instrument mnfr. (30 Hano- 
ver, B.), house 823 Main [h. 53 Bridge 
Welch James, gate tender East st. crossing B. & L. R. R., 
Welch James, grease collector, house 34 Hunting 
Welch James, laborer, h. Lexington av., 1st from North av. 
Welch Jeremiah, currier, house Belmont, cor. Reed 
Welch John, junk, house rear 56 Charles 
Welch John, laborer, house rear 115 Pleasant 
Welch John, laborer, house rear 27 Charles 
Welch John, boards 41 Union 
Welch John, butcher, house 325 Cambridge 
Welch John, house 17 Jefferson 

Welch Margaret Mrs., h. Montgomery, 3d from Spruce 
Welch Mary H., widow of Hiram, house 113 Otis 



426 CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 

Welch Maurice, laborer, house 102 Third 
Welch Maurice, jr., laborer John Clary, bds. Gore, junc- 
tion Bridge 
Welch Michael, laborer, house 181 Bridge 
Welch Patrick, currier, house 150 Green 
Welch Philip, plasterer, boards 131 Dublin 
Welch Robert, laborer, house 118 Dublin 
Welch Sarah, widow, house 191 Dublin 
Welch Thomas, plasterer, house 33 Harding 
Welch William, laborer, house 14 Jackson, near Harvey- 
Welch William, collar maker, house 20 Harvard 
Welch & Co. (Chas. J. Little), book binders, Brattle sq. 
Welch, s%e Walsh, also Welsh and Weltch 
Weld Benjamin C, house 30 Winthrop 
Weld Delia, widow, h. Mt. Auburn, opp. the cemetery 
Wellard William, gardener, house 10 South 
Wellbrok John, laborer, boards rear 57 Charles 
Weller George, expressman, house 47 River 
Welles Benjamin, student H. U., rooms 18 Holyoke house 
Welles, see Wells [worthy hall 

Welling Richard W. G., student H. IT., rooms 23 Hol- 
Wellington Ada H., teacher Harvard grammar school, 

boards 37 Norfolk 
Wellington Alfred H., clerk H. Wellington & Co., 28 
Bridge, house at Charlestown [Columbia 

Wellington Amanda A. Miss, music teacher, house 91 
Wellington Augustus, boards 27 Second 
WELLINGTON AUSTIN C, coal, 5 Broadway and 

(438 Federal, and 17 Congress, B.), bds. 721 Main 
Wellington Edmund S., bookkeeper (112 Arch, B.), 

house 17 Roseland' 
Wellington Hannah B., widow of George, h. 91 Columbia 
Wellington Hannibal, boards 63 Prospect 
Wellington Heliadorus, house 63 Prospect 
Wellington Homer, bookkeeper (53 Commercial, B.), 

house Washington avenue 
Wellington Horatio (H. Wellington & Co.), wood, coal, 
lime and cement, 28 Bridge, opp. Prison Point bridge, 
house at Charlestown 
WELLINGTON HORATIO & CO. (Horatio Welling- 
ton), coal, wood, lime and cement, 28 Bridge and 
(11 Kilby, B.) 
Wellington Jonas C, overseer of poor and coal dealer 

(42 Congress, B.), house 121 North avenue 
Wellington Joseph A. (J. A. Wellington & Co.), wood 
and coal, order box, 98 Cambridge, and (39 Charles 
River av., and 7 Doane, B.), house 100 Otis 
Wellington Joseph V., fruit, &c. (15 Boylston market, 
B.), house 12 Tremont 



CAMBRIDGE f\Y] DIRECTORY. 427 

Wellington J. Frank, clerk H. Wellington & Co., 28 

Bridge, house at Somerville 
Wellington J. A. & Co. (Joseph A. Wellington), wood 

and coal, order box, 98 Cambridge, and (39 Charles 

River aw, an.l 7 Doane, B.) [63 Prospect 

Wellington Kate F., teacher Otis primary school, boards 
Wellington Margaret B. Miss, teacher Harvard grammar 

school, boards 40 Prospect 
Wellington Thomas, currier, boards 440 North avenue- 
Wellington Wm. W., physician, h. and office, 5 Temple 
Wellman Carrie, widow, house 12 Pearl [Fairmont 

Wellman J. Wesley, jr., pressman Riverside Press, h. 47 
Wells Amos B., driver U. R. Co., house 6 Cottage 
Wells Charles L., student H. U., rooms 47 Grays hall 
Wells Charles P., teamster, house 70 Harvard 
Wells Edward F., clerk (440 Washington, B.)„ boards 

148 Washington 
Wells Harrison G., clerk (Federal, B.), boards 5 Bigelow 
WELLS HENRY J., counsellor (15 Pemberton sq., B.), 

house 5 Bigelow [bds. 140 Brattle 

Wells James A., notary public (2 Pemberton square, B.), 
Wells James II., cigar manufacturer, 458 Main, house 148 

Washington 
Wells Jeremiah, car driver U. R. Co., house 33 Pine 
Wells John, carpenter, boards 27 Trowbridge 
Wells John H-, letter carrier Cambridge P. O., house 3 

Butler's block, rear 10 Charles River 
Wells John H., traveling agent, house 16 Rockwell 
Wells John W., student H. U., boards at Brookline 
Wells Louisa Mrs., house 62 Hastings 
Wells Mary, widow, house 140 Brattle 
Wells Mittie, dressmaker, boards 27 Trowbridge 
Wells Samuel H., clerk (15 Central wharf, B.), house 14^- 

Western avenue 
Wells, see Welles 

Welsh Benjamin H., bookbinder, boards 5 Gordon place 
Welsh Nellie C. Miss, teacher Otis primary school, boards 

75 Third 
Welsh Peter, laborer, house 5 Blair place 
Welsh Richard H., bookbinder Riverside Press, h. 72 Pearl 
Welsh Walter, house 53 Otis 
Welsh William, laborer, house 9 Elmer 
Weltch Elizabeth S., widow of Thos. J., house 8 Howard 
Weltch Henry T., dining saloon (116 Washington, B.), 

house 8 Howard 
Weltch, see Welch, also Welsh and Walsh 
Welts Elisha A., glass worker, house 183K Cambridge 
Wendell J3arrett, student H. XL, rooms 9 Linden 
Wentworth Betsey, widow, house rear 90 Harvard 



428 CAMBRIDGE ["VjT] DIRECTORY. 

Wentworth Charles G. (R. & C. G. Wentworth), carpen- 
ter, rear 579 Main, house 99 Austin 
Wentworth Edward S., student H. U., rms. 28 Hollis hall 
Wentworth Geo. A., laborer, boards rear 122 Otis 
Wentworth Henry A., bookkeeper (65 Summer, B.), 
boards 40 Prospect [Houghton 

Wentworth John R., clerk, 484 Cambridge, house 4 
Wentworth Mary E., widow of Isaac, house 40 Prospect 
Wentworth Reuben (R. & C. G. Wentworth), carpenter, 

rear 579 Main, house 99 Austin 
Wentworth R. & C. G. (Reuben and Charles G. Went- 
worth), carpenters, rear 579 Main 
Wentworth Samuel L., carpenter, house 7 Franklin 
Wentworth Thomas B., pew and pulpit builder, Osborn's 

building, State, house 95 Auburn 
Wentworth Thomas E v painter, house 4 Houghton 
Wentworth William, provisions, 471 Main, house 467 do. 
Wentworth William H., marble and soapstone (18 Bow- 

ker, B.), house 56 North avenue 
Wentworth William H., jr., marble and soapstone (18 
Bowker, B.), house 56 North avenue [Wendell 

Wesley Augustus G., cook (23 Congress, B.), house 79 
Wesselhoeft Walther, physician, 97 Mt. Auburn, h. do. 
West Clarence LeFrancis, salesman (73 Oliver, B.), bds. 

23 North avenue 
West Forrest W., mail agent B.& A. R. R., 1^. 9 Shepard 
West George W., sawyer, house 121 Harvard 
West Henry M., hair dresser, house rear 133 Columbia 
West Jacob C, compositor, house 227 Green 
West Levi H., foreman repairing and car building shop 

U. R. Co., Dunster, house 15 Hilliard 
West Louisa C. Mrs., artistic wax work, house 33 Hews 
West Lucy, widow of John, house 31 Western avenue 
Weston Caroline A., widow of Wm. H., h. 168 Harvard 
Weston Charles H., brass finisher, house 26 Front 
Weston Daniel C, tuner M. & H. O. Co., h. 408 Main 
Weston Edward S.. student H. U., rooms 52 Thayer hall . 
Westwood John, carpet weaver, 52 Washington, corner 
Portland, house do. [Lambert av. 

Wetherbee Ephraim, wood worker M. & H. O. Co., house 
Wetherbee Frederick (27 Summer, B.), rooms 33 Bigelow 
Wetherbee James A., student H. U., rooms 23 Holyoke 

house 
Wetherbee Mercy, widow of Jeremiah, h. 23 Brookline 
Wetmore Charles W., proctor H. U., rooms 24 Gray's hall 
Weymouth Frank E., mason, boards 99 Mt. Auburn 
Weymouth George, 609 Main, boards 304 Harvard 
Whalen Daniel, heater, house Rolling Mill blocl^ Bristol 
Whalen James, laborer, house rear 122 Broadway 



CAMBRIDGE [\Y] DIRECTORY. 429 

Whalen James N., baker F. A. Kennedy, bds. 174 Franklin 
Whalen John, gardener, 338 Harvard, h. 5 Emmons place 
Whalen John, boards rear 122 Broadway 
Whalen John, baker F. A. Kennedy, house 174 Franklin 
Whalen Mary, widow, house '61% Dunster 
Whalen Michael, laborer, house 36 Charles River 
Whaley Charles W., hostler, boards 115 Columbia 
Wharton Francis, Prbf., house 23 Buckingham 
Whealen Thomas J., stereotyper, house 24 Fairmont 
Wheater Timothy, foreman woodturners M. & H. O. Co., 

house at South Boston 
Wheelan Fairfax H., student H. U., rooms 25 Holyoke 
Wheeler Ann C. Miss, bouse 64 Austin 
Wheeler Charles E., painter (6 Com'l, B.), h. 77 Wendell 
Wheeler Charles G., painter U. R. Co., bds. 26 Holyoke 
Wheeler Chas. H., bookkeeper J. Pike & Co., house 46 

Winthrop [h. 42 Pine 

Wheeler Charles O., agent Mt. Vernon Compressed Yeast, 
Wheeler Clark M., house 30 Bigelow . [Bigelow 

Wheeier Clark M., jr., cutter (3 Winthrop sq., B.j, bds. 30 
Wheeler Cora M. Miss, teacher Shepard grammar school, 

Vjoards 19 Beech [19 Beech 

Wheeler Daniel B., master Shepard grammar school, h. 
Wheeler Edward C., bookkeeper, 503 Main, h. 40 Bigelow 
Wheeler Edward W., printer, boards 58 Sacramento 
Wheeler Elbridge L., sawyer, house 113 Harnpsoire 
Wlieeler Elizabeth W. Mrs., house 64 Sacramento 
Wheeler Frank D., house 38 Shepard 
Wheeler Frank E., organ key maker, bds. 19 Plymouth 
Wheeler Henry, student H. U., rooms 38 Thayer hall 
Wheeler Henry A., clerk (32 Broinfield, B.), bds. 64 Sac- 
ramento [H. U., rooms 7 Thayer hall 
Wheeler Henry N., instructor in mathematics and proctor 
Wheeler Horace L., student H. U., rooms 410 Harvard 
Wheeler Irving W., awnings, house 64 Sacramento 
Wheeler John F., druggist (60 Broad, B.), h. 79 Auburn 
Wheeler Loring E., clerk 168 Gore, house 11 Sixth 
Wheeler Margaret S. Miss, dressmaker, h. 48 Winthrop 
Wheeler Sally, widow of Plummer, house 29 Second 
Wheeler Samuel D., glass cutter N. E. Glass Co., house 

26 Fourth 
Wheeler Sarah A., widow of George, house 10 Revere 
Wheeler Timothy, ivory lay er,l 39 Broadway, h. at Woburn 
Wheeler W. Harry, printer of H. U., h. 58 Sacramento 
Wheelock Edward, painter (21 Haverhill, B.), h. 175 Otis 
Wheelock Eugene M., salesman (33 Summer, B.), boards 

175 Otis . [7 Amory 

Wheelock Fannie C. Miss, recorder Court House, boards 
Wheelock Guilford D., carpenter, house rear J. Kendall's, 

schoolhouse, 13 Appian-way 



430 CAMBRIDGE [^] DIRECTORY. 

Wheelock Samuel A. Dr., clairvoyant, house 7 Amory 
Wheelwright John T., law student H. XL, rms. 890 Main 
Whidden Chas. L., car builder (Allston), h. 28 Fairmont 
Whidden Joseph, kerosene dealer, house 152 Prospect 
Whipple B. Plumrner, house 10 Jay 
Whipple H. G. Mrs., house 5 Jay 
Whipple John A., house 11 Norton 
Whipple Joseph R., proprietor (Young's Hotel, B.), h. 

134 North avenue 
Whipple William H., laborer, house 77 Elm 
Whitacre John S. (Edmund I. Train & Co.), flour. and 

grain, 115 and 123 Bridge, boards 99 Thorudike 
Whitcher Lydia A., teacher Thorndike grammar school, 

boards 157 Cambridge 
Whitcorab Asahel S., house 1 Rogers block, Main 
Whitcomb Charles R., medical student, bds. 31 Bigelow 
Whitcomb Oliver Mrs., house 31 Bigelow 
Whitcomb P. C. C. (40 Brorafield, B.), h. 31 Bigelow 
Whitcomb Walter C., art store and music teacher (40 

Bromfield, B.), bds. 31 Bigelow [Putnam av. 

Whitcroft George H., clerk Riverside Bindery, h. r. 105 
White Adelaide V., widow of George W., h. 1 Gordon pi. 
White Albert EL, hairdresser, 184 Columbia, house rear 

411 Cambridge 
White Angelina Mrs., house 442 Broadway 
White Anna Mrs., boarding house 100 Mt. Auburn 
White Charles A., milkman, house 67 Gore 
White Charles A., tin peddler, boards 381 Cambridge 
White Charles F., conductor U. R. Co., house 7 River 
White Charles J., asst. professor of mathematics and regis- 
trar of the college Faculty H. U., rms. 36 Weld hall 
White Charles M., clerk (176 Congress, B.), h. 58 Dana 
White Charles R., bookkeeper, 92 Main, house 20 Essex 
White Chester, clerk, house 54 Franklin 
White Cornelius, stoves, etc., 387 Cambridge, bds. 347 do. 
White Daniel, clerk, house 202 Putnam avenue 
White Daniel, seaman, boards 40 Reed 
White Dennis, laborer, house 15 Cowperthwaite 
White Dennis, laborer, house 16 South 
White Edward, laborer, house 67 Moore 
White Edward, teamster, boards 54 Ellery 
White Edward J., gardener and teamster, h. 54 Ellery 
White Edward P., cigar maker, 12 Austin, h. 459 Main 
White Edward P., clerk (1 Tremont, B.), h. 12 Fairmont 
White Edward P. Mrs., milliner and dressmaker, 459 

Main, house do. [h. 103 Austin 

WHITE EDWARD Y., dentist, 7 Hyde's blk., 603 Main, 
White Ellen, widow, house Railroad, cor. Dublin 
White Ellen, widow, house 5 Portland 



CAMBRIDGE [^] DIRECTORY. 431 

White Fannie E. Mrs., boarding-house 20 Lee 
White Francis, molder (Wareham, B.), h. 80 Sixth 
White Frank, expressman, boards D. P. Burley's, Cam- 
bridge, corner Baldwin 
White Frank A., clerk, 622 Main, boards 92 Norfolk 
White Franklin D., student H. U., rms. 39 Matthews hall 
White Fred. D., molder Doe & Hunnewell, house 6 Buck's 

block, Seventh 
White George, engineer Cambridge Laundry, h. 25 State 
White Geo. W., horticulturist and city forester, b. 7 Hollis 
White Henry, carpenter, b. Mrs. E. White's, Railroad 
White Henry G., White's Specialty, house 122 Prospect 
White Horace N., steam fitting, house 115 Green 
White H. A. Mrs., music teacher, house 58 Dana 
White Ira B., tinsmith, 605 Main, house 91 Green 
White James, carriage painter, house 3 Appian-way 
White James, laborer, house 8 Mullin's court 
White James, laborer, house 5 Portland 
White James Clarke, professor of dermatology H. U., h. 
at Boston [Green 

White James D., groceries, etc., Bay, cor. Green, h. 184 
White James F. (44 School, B.), boards 11 Front 
White James H., musician and musical instrument re- 
pairer (89 Court, B.), house 141 Washington 
White James N., boiler maker, house 194 Harvard 
White James T., marble cutter, bds. Mrs.. Ellen White's, 

Railroad, corner Dublin 
White John, ice driver Boston Ice Co., bds. 71 Spring 
White John, driver P. Dee, 18 Sparks, boards do. 
White John, brass finisher, boards 5 Portland 
White John, plasterer, house 49 Washington 
White John, carpenter, house 37 Warren, corner Porter 
White John, tobacco (Broad, c. Water, B.), h. 11 Fourth 
White John A., cigar maker, house 35 Western avenue 
W r hite John Gardner, house 6 Phillips place [ler> 

White John Williams, asst. prof, of Greek, H. U., h. 5 Fol- 
White Joseph F., tailor, boards 54 Ellery 
White Joseph L., agent, house 59 Essex 
White J. Phillips, carpenter, house 18 Willard 
White Margaret Mrs., house rear 104 Harvard 
White Mary Mrs., grocer, 128 Pleasant, house do. 
White Mary Mrs., house 25 Wendell 
White Maurice W., at 624 Main, house 32 Tremont 
White Michael, laborer, house 70 Spruce [cord av. 

White Orrin, iceman H. H. Eames & Son, bds. 99 Con- 
White Otis VV., fireman B. & L. R. R., rooms 109 Otis 
White Patrick, baker (B.), house Flagg, near Banks 
White Patrick J., grocer, 67 Moore, house do'. 
White Priscilla Miss, house 71 Pleasant 



432 CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 

White Robert, foreman of laborers M. & H. O. Co., h. 48 

Winsor 
White Samuel, clerk (234 State, B.), house 51 Elm 
White Samuel C, machinist, rooms 20 Essex 
White Thomas, switchman F. R. R., house 147 Dublin 
White Ward J., at M. & H. Organ Co., bds. 48 Winsor 
White William, teamster, boards 54 Ellery 
White Win. P., clerk (58 Kilby, B), boards 11 Front 
White William H., school janitor, house 92 Norfolk 
White William H., porter, house 63 Washington 
White Win. Howard, student H. U., rms. 5Stoughton Kail 
White Willia'm H., carpenter, house 6 Florence 
White Wm. H., jr., clerk (36 F. H. sq., B.), b. 6 Florence 
White William J., provisions, 128 Pleasant, house do. 
Whitehouse Harrison, laborer, house 576 Main 
Whitehouse John W., tinman, house rear 588 Main 
Whiteley Alfred R., bronzer (3 Province ct., B.), b. 8 Pine 
Whiteley Henry, bronzer (3 Province ct., B.), h. 8 Pine 
Whithed Isabella Miss, house 105 Inman 
Whiting Chas. EL, student H. U., rms. 12 Holyoke house 
Whiting Charles W., laborer^ house rear 26 Vine 
Whiting Fred'k E., student H. U., b. 8 Coggswell avenue 
Whiting George A., teamster, house 180 Broadway 
Whiting George F., oils (17 India wharf, B.), house 8 

. Coggswell avenue 
Whiting Isaac S., student H. U., rooms 26 Hollis hall 
Whitman Edmund B., house 36 Trowbridge 
W r biting John H., driver F. A. Kennedy, house 23 Green 
Whiting Julius, law student H. U., rms. 10 Frisbie place 
Whiting Lucia E. Miss, teacher Allston grammar school, 

boards 8 Meacham [8 Meacham 

Whiting Thomas S., compositor (Herald office, B.), house 
Whitman Edmund A., student H. U., rms. 36 Trowbridge 
Whitman Edmund B., house 36 Trowbridge 
Whitman Ephraim P., house 25 Kirkland 
Whitman Francis H., boot and shoe manufacturer (54 

High, B.), house 88 Ellery 
Whitney Alfred, house 27 Pearl 

Whitney Amos, engineer, house Fairfield, near Spruce 
Whitney Amos P., organ maker (B.), house Fairfield, 

near Spruce 
Whitney Arthur G., provisions (1 Central market, B.), 

boards 27 Pearl 
Whitney Augustus A., house 139 North avenue 
Whitney Benj. D., lawyer (Washington, D. C), h. 10 Ash 
Whitney Benj. W., counselor at law, justice of the peace, 

and notary public, 19 Brattle, h. 137 North avenue 
Whitney Caroline, widow of Alvah, house 1 Sixth 
Whitney Edmund Allen, student H. U., b. 36 Trowbridge 



CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 433 

Whitney Edward E., back driver Charles W. Dailey, 

house Dailey's alley 
Whitney Edward H., supt. Dover Stamping Co., 163 

Pleasant, house 180 Putnam avenue [to 

Whitney Ella C. Miss, teacher Training school, Sacramen- 
Whitney Frank, (1 Central market, B.), boards W. H. 

Whitney's, Chestnut 
Whitney Frank N., foreman Tobias Libby, h. r. 9 Fifth 
Whitney Fred., clerk City Treasurers office, City Hall, 

board 98 Magazine 
Whitney Henry, merchant, house 85 Otis [av. 

Whitney Henry F., clerk (2 P. O. sq., B.), h. 299 North 
Whitney Horace, president Dover Stamping Co., 163 

Pleasant, house 113 Magazine 
Whitney Horace W., at 624 Main, house 60 Pleasant 
Whitney John, boards 714 Main 

Whitney John, hairdresser, 337 Main, house at Arlington 
Whitney John F., agent (155 Franklin, B.), b. 34 Austin 
Whitney Joseph, city treasurer and collector of taxes, 

office City Hall, house 98 Magazine [Harvard 

Whitney Joseph A. P., stoves, etc., 600 Main, house 250 
Whitney Joseph C, student EL U., rooms 44 Weld hall 
Whitney Josiah D., Sturgis Hooper professor of geology 

H. IL, house 12 Oxford 
Whitney Leonard P., professor of music (433 Washing- 
ton, corner Winter, B.), house 113 Magazine 
Whitney Luke Henry, insurance agent (12 Post office 

square, B.), house Union sq., 154 North avenue 
Whitney Martin, house 4 Essex 
Whitney Mary Eliza Mrs., house 18 Forest 
Whitney Mary E., widow, house 119 Washington 
Whitney M. L. C. Mrs., house 21 Lee 
Whitney Samuel, teamster, h. 18 Seventh [Watertown 
Whitnev Solon F., teacher High school, Broadway, h. at 
WHITNEY WALDO F., dentist (129 Tremont, B.), 

house 30 Park 
Whitney William F., hair dresser, house 82 River 
WHITNEY WILLIAM H., civil engineer (39 Court, 

room 20, B.), house Chestnut, opp. Hastings square 
Whitney William Lambert, house 126 Mt. Auburn 
Whitney William Lyman, foreman Geo. G. Page & Co., 

house 43 Winsor [under Holyoke house 

Whiton Charles H., cigars and tobacco, 450 Harvard, 
Whiton John P., cigars and tobacco (24 Broad, B.), 

house 765 Main [B.), h. Fourth 

Whitteker Frank, telegrapher (Bedford, corner Summer, 
Whittemore ^.mos, machinist, foot Brookline, h. 43 Norfolk 
Whittemore Benj. B. Mrs., house 111 Washington 
28 






434 CAMBRIDGE ["\^"] DIRECTORY. 

Whittemove Chas. F., foreman (31 Union, B.), house 11 

Ellsworth avenue 
Whittemore Clare, student, boards 8 Front 
Whittemore Eliza J., nurse, boards 74 Thorndike 
Whittemore Fred. W., medical student, h. 329 Harvard 
Whittemore George H., house 329 Harvard 
Whittemore Geo. L., entry clerk (36 Oliver, B.), boards 

107 Washington 
Whittemore George W. Mrs., house 329 Harvard 
Whittemore Harry C, at Dover Stamping Co., boards 74 

Thorndike [Revere 

Whittemore John C, clerk, 13 Harvard row, house 11 
Whittemore John M., jr., stationer (260 Washington, 

B.), house 15 Follen 
Whittemore John O., house 2, rear 36 Hancock 
Whittemore Joseph, insurance agent (178 Washington, 

B.), boards 8 Front [at Somerville 

Whittemore Leroy W., carriage painter Francis Ivers, h. 
Whittemore L. C. Mrs., wid. of Thos., h. 107 Washington 
Whittemore Sarah Mrs., house 4 Everett 
Whittemore Thomas, paymaster F. R. R. (Causeway, B.), 

boards 107 Washington 
Whittemore William D., cook almshouse, Tannery, b. do. 
Whittemore William R., assistant clerk National Bank of 

Commerce (9 Sears building, B.), h. 329 Harvard 
Whitten Darius, blacksmith, house 2 Austin place 
Whitten William H., organ finisher, 624 Main, house at 

Somerville 
Whitters Charles, cook, house 50 Broadway 
Whitlier Edward N., asst. instructor H. U., h. 37 Hancock 
Whittier Isaac F., organ maker S. S. Haraill, house at 

Lexington [87>£ Putnam av. 

Whittier Leroy A., proof reader Riverside Press, house 
Whitton James A., boards 17 Fairmont 
Whitton James H., printer Riverside Press, h. 17 Fairmont 
Whittum George E., milkman, house 145 Mt. Auburn 
Wholley James, laborer, house 5 Harding 
Wholley James, sawyer, house 106 Fourth [Winter 

Whoriskey Richard, stone cutter (Charlestown), h. rear 17 
Whorissey John, stone cutter, house 72 Gore 
Wieland Christian, cabinet maker, house 33 Webster av. 
Wieland Joseph G. Mrs., house 12 Brighton 
Wiemler Theodore, laborer, house 123 Fourth 
Wier Benjamin, organ tuner, house 2 Ashburton place 
Wier James, provisions, house 66 Amory 
Wier Octavus P., organ tuner 624 Main, h. at Somerville 
Wiggin Charles H., jr., musician, house 46 Sydney 
Wiggin George W., sawyer, 624 Main, house 13 Green 
Wiggin Henry, clerk, 3 Prospect, house 27 Essex 



CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 435 

Wiggin William P., commission merchant (29 North 

Market, B.), house 12 Frost [Quincy 

Wiggles worth George, law student H. U., rooms 16 
Wight Albert, boards 124 Norfolk 
Wight Albion P., stone cutter, house 106 Pearl 
Wight Alex. (Scorgie, Wight & Co.), granite polishing 

works, 258 Mt. Auburn, h. Mt. Auburn, cor. Lowell 
Wilber Timothy, molder, 368 Main, house 414 Main 
Wilbour John C, engineer B. & L. R. R., h. 130 Thorndke 
Wilbur Geo. L., tailor, house 60 Magazine [Bigelow 

WILCOX DAVID, hatter (8 Boylston sq., B.), house 21 
Wilcox Elena J., widow of John, house 70 Gore 
Wilcox Ernest, teamster, boards 74 Cambridge 
Wilcox Henry C, carpenter, house 70 Gore 
Wilcox John D. F., clerk, 203 North av., house at Boston 
Wild Ann, widow of John, house 38 Union 
Wild Catherine, widow of Christian, house 10 Seventh 
Wilder Chas. E., traveling salesman, boards 78 Franklin 
Wilder Charles H., with O. D. Wilder, bds. 12 Worcester 
Wilder Cyrus D., frobts and shoes, 557 Main, house 12 

Worcester 
Wilder David Mrs., house 68 Inman 

Wilder Frederick A., clerk, 513 Main, bds. 103 Columbia 
Wilder Henry C, paper ruler (32 Hawley, B.), house 90 

Winsor 
Wilder James C, janitor Union hall, house 229 Harvard 
Wilder John, president Ellis Gas Burner Co. (110 Tre- 

mont, room 35, B.), h. 185 Harvard [Harvard 

Wilder Marshall L., assistant janitor Union hall, bds. 229 
Wilder Samuel N., contractor, house 13 Antrim 
Wilder William S., house 9 Norton place 
Wildes Frank W. (19 Doane, B.), house 21 Centre 
Wildes Frederick B. (19 Doane, B.), house 21 Centre 
Wildes Mary A., widow of William, house 823 Main 
Wildes Moses, 2d, broker (31 State, room 3, B.), h. 5 Ellery 
Wiley Charles A., clerk (B.), house 11 State 
Wiley Harvey, clerk, boards 29 Sydney 
Wiley Rebecca N., widow, house 97 Washington 
Wiley Samuel, student H. U., rooms 60 Mt. Auburn 
Wiley Seth N., ship master, house 16 Trowbridge 
Wilfrom Abram, brick maker, h. r. Walden, bet. Garden 

and Dublin [av., bds. do. 

Wilkins Henry, gardener S. F. Woodbridge, 281 North 
Wilkinson Alfred, jr., student H. U., rms. 33 Thayer hall 
Wilkinson Arthur Mrs., house 333 Harvard 
Wilkinson Charles Mrs., house 42 Hastings 
Wilkinson James F., grocer, 426 Harvard, h. 3 DeWolf av. 
Wilkinson John W., action maker, 624 Main, h. 8 Creek 
Wilkinson Michael, scroll sawyer (B.), house 17 Winter 



436 CAMBRIDGE [\Y] DIRECTORY. 

Wilkinson William, glass maker, house 67 Winter 
Willard Benj. D., planer, 113 Broadway, h. 54 Columbia 
Willard Charles E., coal and wood (Brighton), foot of 

Brighton street, house 8 A.sh street place 
Willard Evat, sawyer G. G. Page & Co. 
Willard Hannah Miss, house 151 Mt. Auburn 
Willard Henry A., gas and steam pipe (41 and 43 Pearl, 

B.), house 151 Mt. Auburn [Ellsworth av. 

Willard Henry F., croquet, etc. (Devonshire, B.), h. 15 
Willard Isabella D. Mrs., dressmaker, house 54 Columbia 
Willard Joseph A , clerk Superior Court (3 Court House, 

B.), house Waverly, near Putnam avenue 
Willard Sidney F., clerk (127 Milk, B.), bds. J. A. Wil- 

lard's, Waverly 
Willard William, gardener, boards 10 South 
Willey Aaron R., house 9 Ellery 

Willey Orson W., driver U. R. Co., h. 14 Farwell place 
Williams Agnes Mrs., house 9 Cowperthwaite 
Williams Alfred, laborer, house 4 Suffolk 
Williams Antoine, hairdresser (B.), house 34 Cambridge 
Williams Asa, cook (19 School, B.), house 58 Auburn 
Williams Charles, marble worker, house 69 Charles 
Williams Charles H., book edge gilder, h. 7 Gordon place 
Williams Charles H., steel plate printer Riverside Press, 

house 11 Murdock 
Williams Charles K., student H. U., rooms 41 Gray's hall 
Williams Eben J., druggist, house 23 Essex 
Williams Edward, compositor Riverside Press, boards 7_ 

Gordon place 
Williams Edward M., tin plate worker, house 77 Spring 
Williams Emma J. Miss, music and French teacher, bds. 

20 Orchard 
Williams Ephraim S., machinist, h. Crossland, near Clark 
Williams George F., gilder Riverside Press, h. 86 Banks 
Williams George H., student H. U., rooms 20 Preseott 
Williams George W., conveyancer, Court House, E. C, 

rooms 108 Cambridge 
Williams Henry, carpenter, 113 Broadway, h. 15 Florence 
Williams Henry, foreman J. P. Squire & Co., h. Squire's 

brick block, Squire's court 
Williams Isaac A., jobber, boards 10 Plympton 
Williams James H., laborer, boards 23 Elm 
Williams James N. Rev., missionary, house 20 Orchard 
Williams John, laborer, house 4 Fourth 
Williams John B., carpenter, house 18 Mt. Auburn 
Williams John H., clerk, 124 Cambridge, bds. 59 Winter 
Williams John M. S., merchant (44 Sears building, B.), 

house 787 Main [Auburn 

Williams Joseph, hardware (20 Dock sq., B.), h. 48 Mt. 



CAMBRIDGE [^] DIRECTORY. 437 

Williams J. Bertram (Beacon, cor. Somerset, B.), boards 

787 Main 
Williams Laura, widow, house 3 Lilac court [Clinton 

Williams Maria F., teacher Dana primary school, bds. 9 
Williams Manuel, cook, house rear 131 Third 
Williams Mary, widow, house 48 Mt. Auburn 
Williams Mary M. Miss, copyist, Court House, boards at 

Hyde Park [101 Western av. 

Williams Matthew H., salesman (450 Washington, B.), h. 
Williams Richard, plasterer, house 30 Willow place 
Williams Robert L., printer J. Wilson & Son, bds. 99 Mt. 

Auburn 
Williams Rowland, slater, house 4 Rogers block 
Williams R. Philip, student H. U., bds. Chas. W. Mon- 
roe's, Sacramento place 
Williams Samuel F., laborer, house 29 Hastings 
Williams Thomas, boarding-house, 8 Davis 
Williams Thomas, peddler, house 37 Hampshire 
Williams William G., waiter Memorial hall 
Williamson Charles F., baker, 79 Cambridge, house do. 
Williamson Geo. H., milk driver, 15 Second, h. at Somer- 

ville 
Willis David C, house 84 Austin 
Willis Newell J., machinist, house 236 Broadway 
Willis William D., teamster, house 12 Broadway 
Williston James R., student H. U., b. 15 Berkeley 
Williston Lyman R., head master High school, house 15 

Berkeley [Magazine 

Wills Edwarpl T., butter, etc. (40 So. Market, B.), h. 67 
Willson William C, bookkeeper, boards 68 Otis 
Willson William C. Mrs., house 68 Otis 
Willwerth Alois, laborer, house 161 Broadway 
Wilhverth Gabriel, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 57 Charles 
Wilmerth Wilmerth, clerk 565 Main, house at Boston 
Wilmot Edwin H., currier, house 47 Cedar 
Wilmot Harvey B., clothing (263 Washington, B.), bds. 

131 North avenue 
Wilson Annie, widow of Alexander, house 25 Winter 
Wilson Bridget, widow, house 58 Harvard 
Wilson Catherine, widow of Samuel B., h. 224 Broadway 
Wilson Charles F., supt., Little, Brown & Co.'s bindery, 

Blackstone, boards 26 Garden 
Wilson Charles H., boards 68 Otis 

Wilson Charles S., printer John Ford & Son, bds. 4 Jay 
Wilson David, foreman dry press room John Wilson & 

Son, 15 Holyoke, house 29 Putnam avenue 
Wilson Edward, clerk B. & A. R. R., house 39 Brattle 
Wilson Elijah, jobber, house 27 Brewery 
Wilson Frank, teamster, house 1 Portland, cor. Main 



438 CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 

Wilson Hannah L., widow of William, house 75 Fifth 
Wilson James, book binder Riverside Press, h. 26 Jay 
Wilson James, clerk (B.), house 38 Union 
Wilson James, glass packer N. E. Glass Co., h. r. 27 Gore 
Wilson James C., brass finisher (Causeway, B.), bds. 185 

Cambridge 
Wilson James L., printer John Ford & Son, h. 876 Main 
Wilson Jane, widow of John, house 77 Gore 
Wilson John, carpenter, house 33 Kinnaird 
Wilson John (John Wilson & Son), printer and stereo- 

typer, 15 Holyoke, house 846 Main 
Wilson John & Son (John Wilson), printers and stereo- 

typers, 15 Holyoke 
—Wilson John F., restaurant (19 Kilby, B.), n. 57 Essex 
Wilson Joseph L., tuner, 624 Main, bds. 686 do. 
Wilson John W., upholsterer (Charles, B.), bds. 77 Gore 
Wilson Jonas W., clerk (154 State, B.), h. 129 Columbia 
Wilson Joseph, action maker, 624 Main, bds. 686 do. 
Wilson Joseph H., furniture mnfr. (86 Beverly, B.), h. 

71 Third 
Wilson Joseph L., conductor Union Railway, house 113 

Prospect 
Wilson Joseph M., student H. U., house 19 Baldwin 
Wilson Joshua, printer (76 Sudbury, B.), house 4 Jay 
Wilson Joshua, jr., printer, boards 4 Jay [16 River 

Wilson Lavina F. Mrs., dressmaker, 10 Pearl blk., house 
Wilson Leonard, carpenter, house 48 Pine 
Wilson Louisa, widow of Charles, house 23 Cambridge 
Wilson Matilda, widow of Geo., house 132 Auburn 
Wilson Michael, gardener, house 240 Franklin 
Wilson Robert, laborer, house 8 Highland [house 

Wilson Robert W., tutor in physics H. U., rms 7 Holyoke 
Wilson Royal, carpenter, house 29 North avenue 
Wilson Sara D. Mrs., house 62 Brattle 
Wilson Stillman, house 70 School 
Wilson Theodore P., printer, bds. 232 Broadway 
Wilson Thomas, painter, rear 12 Creek, h. do. 
Wilson Wm. A. B., photographer, 563 Main, h. 16 River 
Wilson William C, plumber, boards 23 Hancock 
Wilson William C, bookkeeper (40 Pearl, B.), b. 68 Otis 
Wilson William E., foreman press room J. Wilson & Son, 

15 Holyoke, 'boards 29 Putnam avenue 
Wilson William H., foreman Z. D. Chapman, Osborn's 

mill, State, house at Maiden [4 Jay 

WILSON WILLIAM J., book binder (79 Milk, B.), bds. 
Wilson William Powell, at H. U., house 21 North ay. 
Wilson William S., teamster boards 75 Fifth 
Wilway John, gardener, 10 Trowbridge, boards do. 
Winchester Joseph H., glass cutter, boards 97 Austin 



CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 439 

Winchester Seamen C, blacksmith, 9 Church, boards 252 

Broadway 
Windsor George W., hostler, house 114 Columbia 
Winfield William, house 57 Harvard 
Winfrey Julius, hostler, house 46 DeWolf 
Wing Frederick D., clerk (12 Cornhill, B.), boards J. D. 

Wing's, Crescent [Oxford 

Wing Josiah D., currier, house Crescent, 2nd on left from 
Winkley John S., bookkeeper, 7 Harvard sq.,h. 11 Revere 
Winlo Adam, glassmaker, house 42 Winter 
Winlo George, glassblower, house 40 Spring 
Winlock Joseph Mrs., house 47 Langdon 
Winlock William C, student H. U., h. 47 Langdon 
Winn Theodore, tinsmith (31 Union, B.), h. 467 Main 
Winnett Harry B., bookkeeper (5 Tremont, B.), boards 

281 Harvard [h. 281 Harvard 

WINNETT JASON, real estate agent (5 Tremont, B.), 
Winnett Lizzie B. Miss, teacher Allston grammar school, 

boards 281 Harvard 
Winnick Seth C, foreman packing department N. E. 

Glass Co., house at Belmont 
Winship Cynthia Miss, house 70 Columbia [Tufts 

Winslow Henry H., lawyer, 603 Main, h. Magazine, cor. 
Winsor Betsey S., widow of Wm., h. 94 Auburn 
Winsor Justin, librarian Harvard University, house at 

West Roxbury 
Winter A. S. Mrs., dressmaker, house 11 Prospect 
Winter Charles, house 11 Prospect 

Winter Charles, jr., photographer (B.), h. 97 Concord av. 
Winter Henry D., expressman, house 34 Kinnaird 
Winterhalter Leopold, oil finisher, 624 Main, rooms 4^ 

Essex 
Winters Frank, weigher (Com'l whf., B.), h. 29 Cambridge 
Winters Martin J., teamster, house 28 Charles River 
Winthrop Charles A., house 60 Shepard 
Winthrop Walter, law student H. U., bds. 64 Brattle 
Winward Alice J. Miss, teacher Gore primary school, 

boards 138 Cambridge 
Winward Edwin, clerk, 168 Gore, house 96 Otis 
Winward Jesse, glue substitutes (Phila.),h. 138 Cambridge 
Winward Wm. W., bookkeeper, 89 Cambridge, h.135 Otis 
Wise Charles P., painter F. R. R., house 36 Kinnaird 
Wiseman Edward, carpenter, house 17 School 
Wiseman Robert, laborer, boards 170 Franklin 
Wiseman Thomas, engineer steamer 2, h. 392 Main 
Wiseman Thomas G., laborer, house 59 Cherry 
Wiseman Thomas J., plasterer, bds. Carson, cor. Gore 
Wi swell Dexter W., boots and shoes (222 Hanover, B.), 

house 21 Orchard 



440 CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 

Wiswell Samuel, boards 21 Orchard 
Witham Charles C, boards 58 Market 
Witham Dunham, hairdresser, house 58 Market 
Witham Thomas, cigar maker, house 14 Harrison 
Witherell Freeman C, fish, 562 Main, h. 79 Franklin 
Witherell H. Frank, clerk (35 Commercial wharf, B.), 

house 85 Green 
"Witherell Mary, widow of William, house 79 Franklin 
Witherell William B., fish (35 Commercial wharf, B.), 

house 85 Green 
Witherlee Charles B., proctor H. U., rooms 21 Hollis hall 
Withey Simeon B., carpenter, 9 Palmer, h. 52 Brattle 
Withington George W. Mrs., house 15 Sumner [pi. 

Withington Henry E., hairdresser, 25 River, h. 4 Baldwin 
Withington James, action maker, bds. 179}^ Harvard 
Withington Richard S., clerk, 159 Harvard, house rear 42 

Washington 
Withington Thomas S., porter, house 10 Holly 
Wolf Joseph, cigar maker, house 7 Rollins court 
Wood Alfred, cracker dealer, house 8 Gardner 
WOOD ALFRED, grocer, 5 and 6 Harvard row, house 

12 Chauncy 
Wood Azor, patent rights, house 12 Rogers blk., Main 
Wood Caleb Mrs., house 321 Broadway 
Wood Charles A., teamster, h. Potter, near Third 
Wood Charles J., carver (22 Beach, B.), bds. 73 Spring 
Wood Charles P., 5 and 6 Harvard row, h. 15 Wendell 
Wood David Mrs., house 14 Arlington 
Wood David G., house 17 Kirkland 
Wood David H. Mrs., house 38 Coggswell avenue 
Wood Edmund V., piano key maker, h. Walker court 
Wood Edward S., physician, and professor of Chemistry 

H. U., house 14 Chauncy 
Wood Elizabeth Mrs., house 18>£ Tremont 
Wood Francis, painter, house rear 42 Washington 
Wood Frederick, salesman (206 Commercial, B.), house 

Harris, next Frost [next Frost 

Wood Frederick W. C, architect (12 West, B.), h. Harris, 
Wood George, policeman, station 2, house 4 Clinton 
Wood George, machinist (B.),h. rear 124 Otis 
Wood George A., clerk, 5 and 6 Harvard row, boards 12 

Chauncy [cor. Main 

Wood Harriet A. Miss, teacher private school, house Bay, 
Wood Henry A., student H. U., rooms 24 Hollis hall 
Wood Henry J., clerk, Washington, corner Brewery, h. 

42 Washington 
Wood Isaac, paper collar maker, bds. rear 6 Harvard sq. 
Wood James A., lumber (11 Doane, B.),h. 5 Ellsworth av. 
Wood James D., boards Charles River, n. Mt. Auburn 



CAMBRIDGE ["W"] DIRECTORY. 441 

Wood James E., engineer, house 35 Blackstone 

Wood James L., tin smith, boards 48 Cottage 

Wood John H., house 118 Auburn 

Wood John W., wood carver (22 Beach, B.), h. 73 Spring 

Wood John W., engineer Bay State Brick Co., house 40 

Spruce 
Wood Julia U. Mrs., house 17 Kirkland 
Wood Lucy S. Mrs., house 50 Dana 

Wood Lydia Hobbs, widow of Robert, h. 5 Gordon place 
Wood Marcellus A., brush maker, 12 Gore, h. 55 Fifth 
Wood .Melville, clerk, house 12>£ Western avenue 
Wood Phineas S., letter carrier (P. O., B.), h. 51 Winter 
Wood Sarah B. Miss, copyist, Register of Deeds office 

(B.), house 50 Dana 
Wood Sophia R. Mrs., house 31 Baldwin 
Wood Stephen B., student H. U., rooms 31 Hollis hall 
Wood Thomas J., glass maker, house rear 168 Norfolk 
Wood William F., jr., cigars and tobacco, 443>£ Main, 

boards 72 School 
Wood William H. (Gale & Wood), lumber, 69 Main, next 

West Boston bridge, h. 86 Columbia 
Wood William S., butcher, house 38 Reed 
Woodard Charles C, musician, rms. Main, cor. Columbia 
Woodard Elisha S., engineer, house 31 Cherry 
Woodard Jonas (Aiken & Woodard), charcoal, hay, etc., 

Cambridge, opp. the distill house, h. 5 Sixth 
Woodbridge John R., butcher, house 298 North avenue 
Woodbridge Samuel F., president North avenue Savings 
Bank, and cattle broker and provisions (67 Faneuil 
hall market, B.), house 281 North avenue 
Woodbridge Warren S. Rev., clergyman (Orono, Me.), 

boards 281 North avenue 
Woodbridge William F., provisions (65 F. H. market, B.), 

house 280 North avenue 
Woodbury Benjamin F. Mrs., house 138 Cambridge 
Woodbury George E. (Woodbury & Co.), planing, saw- 
ing and moldings, First, house at Somerville 
WOODBURY GEORGE H., paper hangings and uphol- 
stery (181 Washington, B.), bds. 20 Bigelow 
Woodbury Isaac A., house 97 Otis 

Woodbury Jas. F., traveling salesman (B., b. 42 Bigelow 
Woodbury John H., Youth's Companion (41 Temple 
place, B.), house 42 Bigelow [Ellery 

Woodbury John William, clerk (40 Kilby, B.), boards 9 
Woodbury Julia A. Mrs., house 97 Otis 
Woodbury Lucy W., widow, house 35 Fairmont 
Woodbury Willard H. (Cilley, Stimson & Woodbury), 

livery stable, 120 Green, house 10 Magazine 
WOODBURY & CO. (George E. Woodbury and Geo. 
W. Place), planing, sawing and moldings, First, E. C. 



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Woodhouse Annie, widow, house 76 Harvard 
Woodland Joshua, time keeper, boards 4 Oowperthwaite 
Woodland Robert H., clerk (481 Washington, B.), house 

17 Willard [Oowperthwaite 

Woodland William, blacksmith F. L. Chapman, house 4 
Woodman Anna M., widow of Prof. John S., h. 32 No. av. 
Woodman Azor G., fly finisher M. & H. O. Co., house at 

Everett [Somerville 

Woodman Benjamin M., tuner M. & H. O. Co., house at 
Woodman Charles, fireman B. & L. R. R., house 30 East 
Woodman Charles, piano action maker, h. 95 Columbia 
Woodman Charles F., clerk U. S. Sub Treasury (P. O. 

building, B.), house 95 Columbia 
Woodman Cyrus, lawyer, house 9 Kirkland place 
Woodman Edward, student H. U., rooms 9 Kirkland pi. 
Woodman Elizabeth L., widow of Joseph, h. 104 Pearl 
Woodman E. R., student, rooms 13 Lawrence hall 
Woodman Geo. J., paper carrier, bds. 144 Spring 
Woodman